A man is mistaken for a champion fighter.
Vitaphone joins two great stars in one comedy special. (Trade paper ad).
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Did You Know?
When the picture was released in 1930, Bert Lahr
, who had created the role of Gink on Broadway, strongly criticized the fact that Joe E. Brown
had copied many of Lahr's mannerisms in the film. See more
[angry after finding Gink flirting with another girl
You were having a talk.
We were having a tête-à-tête.
You were having a talk!
We were having a tête-à-tête!
How do you spell it?
We were having a talk.
When The Little Red Roses Get the Blues For You
Lyric by Al Dubin
Music by Joseph A. Burke
(as Joe Burke)
Copyright 1930 by DeSylva, Brown and Henderson Inc.
Sung by Georges Carpentier
Reprised by a male chorus and played as background music See more