Janie is a 1944 film directed by Michael Curtiz based on a 1942 Broadway play by Josephine Bentham and Herschel V. Williams Jr.
Janie is a free-spirited teenage girl living in a small town. World War II brings the establishment of an army camp nearby, which is opposed by her father, the local newspaper publisher. Janie and her bobby soxer friends have their hearts set afire by the prospect of so many young soldiers so close. She enjoys dating an Army man, which makes her younger local boyfriend jealous.
|keywords||army camp bobby soxer date local newspaper newspaper publisher small town teenage girl world war ii young soldier|
|musicBy||Heinz Eric Roemheld|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Film Editing|