All Ashore is a 1953 Technicolor musical comedy film directed by Richard Quine. It is the second of Mickey Rooney's three films for Columbia Pictures that was produced by Jonie Taps, directed by Richard Quine and written by Blake Edwards. In the tradition of MGM's Anchors Aweigh and On the Town, the film tells the stories of three sailors (Rooney, crooner Dick Haymes and dancer Ray McDonald) on shore leave on Santa Catalina Island, California where much of the film was shot. A former MGM contract star, Ray McDonald was married to Peggy Ryan at the time with All Ashore being the last film for both of them. Wikipedia
All Ashore is a member of the following lists: English-language films, Films shot in Technicolor, Columbia Pictures films, 1950s comedy films, 1953 films, Military humor in film, Films directed by Richard Quine, Films directed by Richard Quine, Film Genre: Comedy and Film Genre: Musical.
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