In this whimsical bit o blarney from George M. Cohans 1922 hit, Judy Garland plays dual roles: plucky Irish immigrant Nellie (Judys first grownup part) and her daughter, Little Nellie. Both Nellies contend with the same cantankerous coot, the laze-about father (Charles Winninger) who fusses mightily when Nellie marries an upstanding lad (George Murphy) and repeats the process years later when Little Nellie falls in love. Radiant and winning, Garland sings Its a Great Day for the Irish, Singin in theRain and more classic tunes. But the films finest moment may be the heartrending hospital scene in which Garlands touching, emotionally subtle performance gives promise of the superb dramatic actress she would become. **Please be aware that this is a manufactured on demand disc that was created using a DVD-R disc. It should play in all standard DVD players.