Joan of Ozark (1942) - Rotten Tomatoes

Joan of Ozark (1942)





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An Ozark woman goes out quail hunting one day, shoots a bird, discovers that it is a Nazi carrier pigeon, turns it over to the FBI, and becomes a national hero in this comedy. When the Nazi spy who sent the message learns that the sharpshooter has been crowned "No. 1 Patriot," he throws a fit. His operation is fronted by a New York nightclub. When he learns that an agent wants to bring the woman to New York to sing, he immediately offers to hire her. Mayhem ensues. Songs include: "The Lady From Lockheed," "Backwoods Barbecue," and "Wabash Blues."


Judy Canova
as Judy Hull
Joe E. Brown
as Cliff Little
Jerome Cowan
as Phillip Munson
Anne Jeffreys
as Marie Lamont
Eddie Foy Jr.
as Eddie McCabe
Paul Fung
as Yamatako
Olin Howland
as Game Warden
Ralph Peters
as Window Cleaner
Chester Clute
as Salesman
Emmett Lynn
as Hillbilly Driver
Kam Tong
as Japanese Commander
Cyril Ring
as Reporter
Eric Alden
as Reporter
Lloyd Whitlock
as Col. Ashley
Bobby Stone
as Newsboy
Robert Cherry
as Young Hillbilly
William Von Brincken
as German Radio Operator
Harry Hayden
as Mayor Fadden
Gladys Gale
as Mrs. Fadden
Charles Miller
as Mr. Graham
Laura Treadwell
as Mrs. Graham
Nora Lane
as Mrs Ashley
Bob Stevenson
as Hillbilly
Peppy Walters
as Specialty Dancer
Peanuts Walters
as Specialty Dancer
Jason Robards Sr.
as Theatrical Agent
Ernest Hilliard
as Theatrical Agent
Dick Keene
as Theatrical Agent
Fred Santley
as Representative
Pat Gleason
as Representative
Charles Williams
as Representative
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One of the funniest movies that we've seen in years. [Full Review in Spanish]

September 17, 2019 | Full Review…

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