Rare Paramount film, supposedly lost save for a partial nitrate, is typical boy chases girl film. Set in London... See full synopsis »

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Larry Brooks
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Elinor Farrington
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Ambrose
William Austin ...
Eustace
Evelyn Hall ...
Lady Prunella
Leo White ...
Senor Cortés
Betty Boyd ...
Sue Long
Arthur Hoyt ...
Adkins
Sybil Grove ...
Maid
Herbert Sherwood ...
Doorman
Charles West ...
Chauffeur
Macon Jones ...
Neetsfoot Boy
Billy Wheaton ...
Neetsfoot Boy
George Ernest ...
Neetsfoot Boy
Gordon Thorpe ...
Neetsfoot Boy
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Rare Paramount film, supposedly lost save for a partial nitrate, is typical boy chases girl film. Set in London... See full synopsis »

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Comedy | Romance

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20 December 1930 (USA)  »

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Flickan som friade  »

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1.20 : 1
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First cinema film of Frank Atkinson. See more »

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I Look at You and a Song Is Born
Lyrics by George Marion Jr.
Music by Ralph Rainger
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Not a lost film
1 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This supposedly "lost film" is definitely not lost, although sources say only a partial nitrate print exists in the UCLA archives. Charles "Buddy" Rogers stars as a young American in London. Once a millionaire, he's lost everything due to losing his racehorse and the efforts of a gangster. Working as a waiter, he falls for a lovely young girl who's aunt wants her to marry wealth (as they are down to "enough for just one more season"). Then it's boy chases girl as he tries to get a riding job for the big cross country race. The film also benefits from a nice performance by Frances Dee, a lovely actress who graced some early Paramount treasures. Bob Connors


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