That Girl: The Philadelphia Story
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  • There's no such thing as an overnight star, and we see that with her, but while she's still taking jobs as mops, she's also getting some breaks, giving her experience that she needs

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      That Girl: The Philadelphia Story is the second part of the two-parter than began the week before when Ann Marie finally lands a role on Broadway. First, though, the show has to be tested in cities like Philadelphia. She heads off on the train, leaving behind her magazine writer boyfriend, Don Hollinger.

      It’s not long, though,


      that Don begins to miss his gal, and he convinces his editor to let him write a story about the development of a Broadway play. So, he surprises Ann by showing up in Philadelphia.

      One of the things that is great about That Girl is that we do see Ann Marie progressing. There’s no such thing ...


      • as an overnight star, and we see that with her, but while she’s still taking jobs as mops, she’s also getting some breaks, giving her experience that she needs. I like that aspect of this show.

        The poignancy of That Girl: The Philadelphia Story comes when the show opens in Philadelphia and Don has to write his

        review. This is so well done, and we can really feel for Ann and all she’s going through. The truth of this last portion of the story, in the good and the bad, is heartfelt and touching. I really enjoy it.

        The Philadelphia Story was a successful two-part episode that was very pleasing to watch.




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