Andy Hardy Gets Spring Fever (1939)

Director
W.S. Van Dyke

Main cast
Lewis Stone; Mickey Rooney; Cecilia Parker; Fay Holden; Ann Rutherford

Genres
Comedy, Romance

Description
Young Andy develops a crush on his drama teacher. When his play is chosen as the school's annual production, Andy seizes the opportunity to spend as much time as possible with his pretty teacher. Meanwhile, Judge Hardy has his own problems when he gets conned into forming a phony aluminum corporation


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