Down Missouri Way

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Released 1946

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Director:
Josef Berne
Released:
1946
Rating:
TV-G
Down Missouri Way is a 1946 musical comedy. Jane Colwell (Martha O'Driscoll) is a professor of agriculture, and part of her research involves raising a highly trained mule. Affectionately named Shirley, the mule has felt under the weather lately and making it known with stubborn behavior. Jane decides to head to her farm in the Ozark Mountains, giving Shirley a chance to relax and hopefully be a better research subject after a vacation. When she arrives at her Missouri farm, however, Jane is in for a surprise. A Hollywood film crew is working on site near Jane's farm, and it just so happens that the director, Thorndyke Dunning (John Carradine), is on the market for a trained mule. He launches a campaign to feature Shirley in his film, despite the avid protests of Jane. When Jane's coworkers hear about the dilemma, they rush to Missouri to try to rescue Shirley from a Hollywood career, but they might be a little too late.moreless
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    Arts, Comedy, Music

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    Musicals, Classics, Showbiz