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Key to the City [DVD] [English] [1950]
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Synopsis

Key to the City
George Sidney directs this pleasant romantic comedy concerning mayoral love. During a convention of mayors in San Francisco, Clarissa Standish (Loretta Young), the mayor of a small town in Maine, meets Steve Fisk (Clark Gable), the down-to-earth leader of a tiny northern California community. During the rowdy proceedings of the convention, the two find themselves pushed together frequently, with the typical result -- they fall in love. After the convention, the two head back to Steve's town, where crooked local politician Les Taggart (Raymond Burr) is squaring off against Fisk in a mayoral election. With the help of Clarissa, Steve gears up for his reelection bid. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Clark Gable
    Clark Gable - Steve Fisk
  • Loretta Young
    Loretta Young - Clarissa Standish
  • Marilyn Maxwell
    Marilyn Maxwell - Sheila
  • Frank Morgan
    Frank Morgan - Fire Chief Duggan
  • Raymond Burr
    Raymond Burr - Les Taggart
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