The Lemon Drop Kid is a 1951 comedy film based on the short story of the same name by Damon Runyon, starring Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell. Although Sidney Lanfield is credited as the director, Frank Tashlin reportedly was hired, uncredited, to finish the film. The story had previously been adapted as a 1934 movie starring Lee Tracy, with actress Ann Sheridan in a bit part. William Frawley is featured in both versions. The song "Silver Bells," sung by Hope and Maxwell, was introduced in this film.

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  • The Lemon Drop Kid is a 1951 comedy film based on the short story of the same name by Damon Runyon, starring Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell. Although Sidney Lanfield is credited as the director, Frank Tashlin reportedly was hired, uncredited, to finish the film. The story had previously been adapted as a 1934 movie starring Lee Tracy, with actress Ann Sheridan in a bit part. William Frawley is featured in both versions. The song "Silver Bells," sung by Hope and Maxwell, was introduced in this film. On October 19, 2010, the film was released on DVD through Shout! Factory under license from the film's current distributor, FremantleMedia North America. (en)
  • The Lemon Drop Kid (No Mato Sem Cachorro (título no Brasil) ou O Vigarista (título em Portugal)) é um filme estadunidense de 1951, do gênero comédia, dirigido por Sidney Lanfield e estrelado por Bob Hope e Marilyn Maxwell. Várias cenas foram rodadas por Frank Tashlin, em sua estreia na direção, mas ele não foi creditado. Jay Livingston e Ray Evans escreveram três canções para o filme, entre elas Silver Bells, que viria a se transformar em clássico natalino. O roteiro é baseado em história de Damon Runyon, já filmada em 1934 com o mesmo título. (pt)
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  • The Lemon Drop Kid (No Mato Sem Cachorro (título no Brasil) ou O Vigarista (título em Portugal)) é um filme estadunidense de 1951, do gênero comédia, dirigido por Sidney Lanfield e estrelado por Bob Hope e Marilyn Maxwell. Várias cenas foram rodadas por Frank Tashlin, em sua estreia na direção, mas ele não foi creditado. Jay Livingston e Ray Evans escreveram três canções para o filme, entre elas Silver Bells, que viria a se transformar em clássico natalino. O roteiro é baseado em história de Damon Runyon, já filmada em 1934 com o mesmo título. (pt)
  • The Lemon Drop Kid is a 1951 comedy film based on the short story of the same name by Damon Runyon, starring Bob Hope and Marilyn Maxwell. Although Sidney Lanfield is credited as the director, Frank Tashlin reportedly was hired, uncredited, to finish the film. The story had previously been adapted as a 1934 movie starring Lee Tracy, with actress Ann Sheridan in a bit part. William Frawley is featured in both versions. The song "Silver Bells," sung by Hope and Maxwell, was introduced in this film. (en)
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