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Beau Hunks (1931) Poster

(1931)

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In the slang of the time "Bohunk", a conflation of "Bohemian" and "Hungarian", was a very pejorative term for a person (almost always a male). The title is a play on this word as well as a reference to "Beau Geste." Also, sometimes "Bohunk" was reduced to "hunk"; so to call a man a hunk was not a compliment.
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According to producer Hal Roach, this film was to have been only a two-reeler, but the comedy was expanded so well that he financed the movie at twice its proposed length.
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Jean Harlow:  "Jeanie-Weenie", in photo.
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Marvin Hatley:  a Riffian.
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