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Author: Lynn StarlingElliot PaulDon LoperDavid LewisWilliam A SeiterAll authors
Publisher: United States : Released by R.K.O. Radio Pictures, Inc., ©1945.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Yarn has a dual ice theme, concerning Miss Henie's marriage to a hotheaded hockey player who, for his frequent fights, is barred from the game for life. Thereafter, the story deals with his comeback attempt as an ice-show performer, but here again his drinking proclivities find him on the short end, while Miss Henie eventually achieves stardom as a figure-skater"--Variety review, Feb. 28, 1945.
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Genre/Form: Skating
Features
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Lynn Starling; Elliot Paul; Don Loper; David Lewis; William A Seiter; Ray Rennahan; Natalie Kalmus; Morgan Padelford; Wiard B Ihnen; Julia Heron; Ernest Nims; Mel Berns; Nina Roberts; Ann Barr; Corson Jowett; Arthur Johns; Arthur Lange; Edgar Leslie; Walter Donaldson; Sonja Henie; Michael O'Shea; Marie McDonald; Bill Johnson; Gus Schilling; Iris Adrian; Arthur Loft; International Pictures, Inc.; RKO Radio Pictures.
OCLC Number: 423050460
Notes: Feature.
Bracketed cast credits were supplied from: Variety review, Feb. 28, 1945.
"In Technicolor. Western Electric Recording."
Playing time on release was 89 min., according to: Variety review, Feb. 28, 1945.
Copyright: International Pictures, Inc.; 28Mar45; LP13180.
"Approved, MPPDA, certificate no. 117523."
Credits: Director of photography, Ray Rennahan; Technicolor color director, Natalie Kalmus; associate, Morgan Padelford; art direction, Ward Ihnen; assistant director, Art Black; set decorations, Julia Heron; film editor, Ernest Nims; makeup by Mel Berns; hair dressers, Nina Roberts, Ann Barr; sound by C.J. Jowett, Arthur Johns. Musical director, Arthur Lange; Romance, lyrics by Edgar Leslie, music by Walter Donaldson.
Cast: Sonja Henie [Chris Linden]. With Michael O'Shea [Don Martin], Marie McDonald [Mrs. Buzz Fletcher], Bill Johnson [Buzz Fletcher], Gus Schilling [Bill Evans], Iris Adrian [Wilma], Cheryl Walker [Loni], Peggy O'Neill [Cricket], Arthur Loft [Jack Weimar]. [Alyce Fleming (maid); George Brown (hockey referee); Jack Chefe (Canadian hockey star); Don Loper (dancing partner); Tom Hanlon (announcer); Lane Watson (photographer)].
Responsibility: International Pictures, Inc. ; screenplay by Lynn Starling and Elliot Paul ; associate producer, Don Loper ; produced by David Lewis ; directed by William A. Seiter.

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"Yarn has a dual ice theme, concerning Miss Henie's marriage to a hotheaded hockey player who, for his frequent fights, is barred from the game for life. Thereafter, the story deals with his comeback attempt as an ice-show performer, but here again his drinking proclivities find him on the short end, while Miss Henie eventually achieves stardom as a figure-skater"--Variety review, Feb. 28, 1945.

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