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Road to Happiness (Enhanced) 1942

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Road to Happiness (Enhanced) 1942 by Phil Rosen

This film has been enhanced using a Video Enhancement Program that reduces noise and enhances video quality.

The Road to Happiness is a long journey for opera singer Jeff Carter. His wife has divorced him, he has no money to give his son, Danny, the life he would like and the prospects for work look bleak. When Jeff gets the opportunity to be a radio actor he takes it, but only to make money to support his son. However, this proves to be the first step down the road for Jeff to make his dreams come true.

Road to Happiness stars John Boles as Jeff Carter, Billy Lee as Danny, Mona Barrie as Millie, Jeff s ex-wife and Roscoe Karns as Jeff;s agent, Charles Grady. It was directed by Phil Rosen.

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About the Director

Russian-born Phil Rosen began his film career as a cameraman during the silent era, and worked his way into directing. Rosen was a highy regarded director in the silent era, as evidenced by the fact that when MGM fired Josef von Sternberg from Exquisite Sinner (1926)--for, among other things, his extravagance, slow shooting schedule and total disregard for the budget--the studio brought in Rosen to re-edit, re-shoot and generally tighten it up, and by most contemporary accounts he did a first-rate job. However, like all too many of his colleagues of the period, the success he enjoyed during the silent era didn't carry over into talking pictures, and Rosen spent most of the rest of his career churning out B-grade (and cheaper) fodder for outfits like Monogram, PRC, and the bottom-of-the-barrel states-rights market.

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