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A Girl in Every Port (1928)

 -  Comedy  -  26 February 1928 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
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Spike Madden
Robert Armstrong ...
Salami
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Marie, Girl in France
Natalie Joyce ...
Girl in Panama
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maria Alba ...
Chiquita (as Maria Casajuana)
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Sailor's wife
Elena Jurado ...
Girl in Panama
Natalie Kingston ...
South Sea Island girl
Caryl Lincoln ...
Girl from Liverpool
Dorothy Mathews ...
Girl in Panama
Francis McDonald ...
Gang Leader
Phalba Morgan ...
Lena, girl in Holland
Sally Rand ...
Girl in Bombay
Eileen Sedgwick ...
Second girl in Holland (as Greta Yoltz)
Felix Valle ...
Lena's husband
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You'll Like This One!---It's a rollicking, jolly, happy picture---a laugh all the way.

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26 February 1928 (USA)  »

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A Girl in Every Port  »

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Spike Madden: I remember! This is the place - and she's got a figure like an eel!
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Appealing in more ways than one
19 July 2000 | by (massachusetts) – See all my reviews

This is what we call today a "guy film" in which two buddies share everything from drinking bouts to bar room brawls to girls. An early effort by director Howard Hawks, the bar and fight sequences are fast, at times comical and always colorful.

Another interesting thing about the film is that we get a chance to see what ordinary people looked like in the 20's. Being about two sailors and their adventures ashore, we a shown a much more exotic world than we might see today. Take for example when one of our heroes picks up a Dutch girl, dressed in full traditional Dutch costume which was common at the time. From our modern view, we expect her to act like some old fashioned Dutch doll, but instead she acts like any other teenaged girl who is out on a date with a hunk. It is a reminder that people haven't changed that much.

Louise Brooks is another treat in the film. A very extraordinary personality, Louise is the center of attention whenever she is on screen. The sexual tension is highly electric in her scenes. It was because of this film that she was chosen for her famous role as Lulu in "Pandora's Box" where she would make cinema history. All in all, although the film is not one of the greats, it certainly has some great moments and is well worth seeing.


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