Up Goes Maisie (1946) - Rotten Tomatoes

Up Goes Maisie (1946)





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MGM's first "Maisie" entry in two years, Up Goes Maisie once more stars Ann Sothern as eternally stranded showgirl Maisie Revere. Our heroine manages to secure a job as secretary to inventor Joseph Morton (George Murphy), who has developed a revolutionary new helicopter. A rival aircraft manufacturer tries to discredit and/or steal Morton's invention, but Maisie comes to the rescue. The entire film seems to be building up to the inevitable moment wherein Maisie herself takes over the copter controls and embarks on a wild ride high over Manhattan. The process work in this climactic sequences is unusually good for an MGM production, providing an exciting wrap-up to an otherwise pedestrian project. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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Ann Sothern
as Maisie Ravier
George Murphy
as Joseph Morton
Hillary Brooke
as Barbara Nuboult
Horace McNally
as Tim Kingsby
Stephen McNally
as Tim Kingby
Ray Collins
as Mr. Henderickson
Jeff York
as Elmer Saunders
Paul Harvey
as Mr. J.G. Nuboult
Murray Alper
as `Mitch'
Lewis Howard
as Bill Stuart
Jack Davis
as Jonathan Marbey
Gloria Grafton
as Miss Wolfe
Jim Davis
as Businessman
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