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Men Are Like That (1930)

Passed  -  Drama | Comedy  -  22 March 1930 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Hal Skelly ...
Doris Hill ...
Clara Blandick ...
Charles Sellon ...
Helene Chadwick ...
Morgan Farley ...
George Fawcett ...
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William B. Davidson ...
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The play opened on Broadway, New York City, New York, USA on 5 February 1924 and had 571 performances. In the cast were Guy D'Ennery (Frank Hyland), Helen Lowell (Mrs. Fisher), Lee Tracy (Joe) and Francis Pierlot. The popular play had 6 Broadway revivals, the last in 1992. See more »

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Version of The Show-Off (1934) See more »

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In the Gloaming
(1877) (uncredited)
Music by Annie Fortescue Harrison
Lyrics by Meta Orred
Sung a cappella by Hal Skelly
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Calling all insomniacs
25 June 2003 | by (Oakland CA) – See all my reviews

Men Are Like That is a buried 'treasure' best left interred. Clocking in at a brief 58 minutes, this would-be comedy stars unfunny stage actor Hal Skelly as an annoying husband who gets tangled up with the law and traffic cop Eugene Pallette. The cast is uniformly dull, bar Pallette, whose screen time is limited, and the film has no laughs, no drama, and no tears. A disaster all around.


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