Faithful pal Betsy Booth (Garland) comes to the aid of small-town Andy (Mickey Rooney) when he sets his sights on a wealthy society woman.

 “Mickey Rooney thrives on his ability and determination to steal anything up to a death scene from a colleague…. Seventeen-year-old Judy Garland, growing prettier by the picture and armed for this one with two good songs, treats Mickey with a dose of his own medicine.”—Time

 After lying to his hometown friends, Andy is forced to come up with proof that he knows New York City’s leading young society queen (Diana Lewis). Judy—playing 15 and as Hardy-besotted as ever—saves the day and revives “I’m Nobody’s Baby” in the process. With “Judge Hardy’s Family”: Lewis Stone, Fay Holden, Cecilia Parker, and Sara Haden.

  • Directed By George B. Seitz
  • 1940
  • USA
  • 89 minutes