Pot O' GoldEcho Bridge Home Entertainment
See Paulette Goddard and James Stewart kick up their heels and fall in love in this musical comedy!
Pot O' Golddirector: George MarshallImage Entertainment
See Paulette and Jimmy kick up their heels and fall in love! Based on a popular radio money giveaway show of the same name, "Pot O' Gold" stars the ever-bewildered but lovable James Stewart and the beautiful and tempestuous Paulette Goddard, and because 1941 was the peak of the big band era, popular Horace Heidt and His Thirty Musical Knights. The story revolves around the band's struggle for its "big break." The members all live in Mrs. McCorkle's boarding house and spend their time practicing on the roof. When Jimmy Haskell (Stewart) arrives in town and immediately meets Molly (Goddard) and the band, Jimmy soon has the band on his music-hating uncle's radio show, "The Haskell Happy Hour"--and from there it's straight to the top! The film includes such splashy swing numbers as "When Johnny Toots His Horn," "Pete the Piper," "Do You Believe in Fairy Tales?" and "A Knife, a Fork, and a Spoon." The most spectacular scene in the movie includes sixteen rumba-dancing couples, a twelve-piece rumba band, Horace Heidt's Thirty Musical Knights, and one hundred extras in a magnificent country club setting. Don't miss this song and dance extravaganza!
Pot O' Golddirector: George MarshallAlpha Video
James Stewart, Paulette Goddard. George Marshall directed this story of a struggling musician who gets Horace Heidt's band on his uncle's radio program. 1941/b&w/84 min/NR/fullscreen.
Pot O' Golddirector: George MarshallMadacy Records
James Stewart plays a music mad young man who tries to get Horace Heidt and his struggling orchestra on his uncle's radio program. Look briefly for Art Carney as a radio announce. Starring: James Stewart, Paulette Goddard, Horace Heidt & Mary Gordon. Director: George Marshall
Pot O' Gold [VHS]director: George MarshallAllumination Filmwor
great jimmy stewart movie
Pot O' Golddirector: George MarshallDelta
Stewart as Jimmy Haskell, a music-loving, harmonica- playing man who comes across a poor but excellent band that rehearses on a boarding house roof. Jimmy becomes interested in the people who own the boarding house, Ma McCorkle and her lovely daughter, Molly. Includes an introduction by Tony Curtis and the original theatrical trailer for Stewart’s How The West Was Won.
The James Stewart Collection: Made for Each Other / Pot O' Gold / The American West of John Ford [VHS]director: Denis SandersLaserlight Video
The James Stewart Collection: Made for Each Other / Pot O' Gold / The American West of John Ford [VHS] (1939)
Pot O' Gold/Made For Each Otherdirector: George MarshallMadacy Records
Classic collection of two classic Stewart films:POT O' GOLD: A comedy about a boy who manages to get Horace Heidt's Band on his uncle's radio program. Art Carney's screen debut.MADE FOR EACH OTHER:A romantic drama about a young couple whose love is tested by meddling inlaws, poverty and illness. ?Edition: 2-Disc Set ?Number of Discs: 2