A comic group of Europeans coming to the USA have romantic and immigration troubles.

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Larry Beaumont
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Chris Jansen
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Sascha
Lawrence O'Sullivan ...
Detective O'Flynn
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Olga
Virginia Cherrill ...
Diana Van Bergh
Olive Tell ...
Mrs. Van Bergh
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Mischa
Marvine Maazel ...
Toscha
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A varied group of immigrants head for the USA aboard S.S. Mauronia, including Russians Sascha, Mischa, Toscha, and Olga. Sascha has fallen for Scots lassie Heather; Olga is courted by Chris Jansen, valet of first class passenger Larry Beaumont. Heather catches Larry's eye, to the discomfiture of Larry's other flame Diana. On arrival, Heather has immigration trouble, and a variety of complications ensue... Written by Rod Crawford <puffinus@u.washington.edu>

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Sascha: I gave a bride away once.
Chris Jansen: You should have let the husband find out for himself.
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Referenced in Hollywood Hist-o-Rama: Janet Gaynor (1962) See more »

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You Started It
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Music by George Gershwin
Lyrics by Ira Gershwin
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Janet Gaynor truly is Delicious...
6 March 2004 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Although I am not necessarily a fan of such cookie-cutter fare (same studio, same director, same stars, same premise, different setting, but once profit is made, keep em cooking until it burns you), I find this film enjoyable on several levels. Sure, there's Janet Gaynor at the peak of her adorability, and El Brendel, the first master of comedic talent in the talkies, but tossed into director David Butler's mixing bowl are this tale's little forays into the multitude of human emotion, all very well expressed, and captured, on screen. Oh, to see this one on the big screen! Perhaps I will get the chance one day, if you will help me scream loud enough, and buy enough tickets, to get these old gems circulating widely through the "retro" theater circuit.


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