The wealthy von Wellingens are shocked when the father of their son Fred's fiancée Lia juggles desserts at a formal dinner. They encourage Fred to break the engagement. Lia goes to Berlin to marry a Baron von Schwarzdorf, and Fred arrives too late to stop the marriage. Written by
Ed Stephan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
That merry smile! Those naughty eyes! She's magnetic-she's lovable-She's modern! She changes the wedding march to "There Goes The Bride!" (Print ad- Journal and Republican,(Lowville, N.Y.) 10 March 1932)
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Due to the public backlash against movie musicals in late 1930 and early 1931, Warner Brothers retooled most of their musical films set for release by cutting all or most musical numbers from those films. 'Her Majesty Love' had several numbers deleted, including a tap dance number by 'Marilyn Miller'. See more
[On the phone
Who's him? Eh, he? Who is he? I see, him and he are the same. I think you are a little bit tipsy... It's a very good omen for marriage. I was half-stewed when I proposed to your mother.
Featured in W.C. Fields: Straight Up
You're Baby-Minded Now
Music by Walter Jurmann
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Sung by Leon Errol
, William Irving
, Harry Stubbs
and Marilyn Miller See more