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Sweet Kitty Bellairs (1930)

Passed  -  Musical | Romance  -  5 September 1930 (USA)
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Kitty Bellairs, a flirtatious young woman of 18th Century England, cuts a swath of broken hearts and romantic conquests as she visits a resort with her sister.

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Complete credited cast:
Claudia Dell ...
Sweet Kitty Bellairs
Ernest Torrence ...
Sir Jasper Standish
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Lord Varney
Perry Askam ...
Capt. O'Hara
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Julia
Lionel Belmore ...
Colonel Villiers
Arthur Edmund Carewe ...
Capt. Spicer
Douglas Gerrard ...
Tom Stafford
Flora Finch ...
Gossip
Christiane Yves ...
Lydia
Tom Ricketts ...
Rheumatic Old Man
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Kitty Bellairs, a flirtatious young woman of 18th Century England, cuts a swath of broken hearts and romantic conquests as she visits a resort with her sister. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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A nitrate print of this film survives in the UCLA Film and Television Archives and is not listed for Preservation. See more »

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Version of Sweet Kitty Bellairs (1916) See more »

Soundtracks

Pump Room Song
(1930) (uncredited)
Written by Walter O'Keefe and Robert Emmett Dolan (as Bobby Dolan)
Performed by Claudia Dell and chorus
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Altogether lavish, silly, trite and dull...
21 August 2010 | by (Fairfax, VA) – See all my reviews

Altogether lavish, silly, trite and dull...this is the sort of thing that is handled best by Sheridan, Congreve and later by Oscar Wilde. The script lacks the charm and wit of those masters to put it over. Without that it's only very dull trifle, looking good but tasting terrible. The opening chorus is overladen, cumbersome and sluggish like most of the music and acting. Labored and graceless.

On the plus side, the sets and costumes are lavish and great fun can be had in seeing a very young Walter Pidgeon in knee britches and periwig warbling his love song, Claudia Dell warbling hers, and then the two of them intertwining their separate songs in a resulting duet. For me, that was the high and sole enjoyable point of this unfortunate enterprise.


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