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Spring Fever (1927)

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Jack Kelly
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Allie Monte
George K. Arthur ...
Eustace Tewksbury
George Fawcett ...
Mr. Waters
Eileen Percy ...
Martha Lomsdom
Edward Earle ...
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22 October 1927 (USA)  »

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Remade as Love in the Rough (1930) See more »

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twenties charmer
28 February 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Joan Crawford and William Haines star as flaming youths circling

each other on a country club golf course. I wouldn't recommend

this film as highly as Haines' "Show People", but if you like 20s

films, this one certainly has its moments. Haines and Crawford

have nice chemistry together. I'm not much of a golfer, so I can't

comment on that aspect of the film, but fashion buffs will certainly

find things of interest here. Especially charming is the scene

where a newly married couple confronts the sudden reality of a

wedding night! All their previous bravado melts away (and the

viewer is reminded of how much some things have changed, for

better or worse).


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