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Rebound (1931)

Passed  -  Drama  -  18 September 1931 (USA)
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Sara Jaffrey
Robert Ames ...
Bill Truesdale
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Evie Lawrence
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Liz Crawford
Robert Williams ...
Johnnie Coles
Hale Hamilton ...
Lyman Patterson
Walter Walker ...
Mr. Henry Jaffrey
Louise Closser Hale ...
Mrs. Jaffrey
Leigh Allen ...
Les Crawford
Pierre D'Ennery ...
Gaston
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The play opened on Broadway in New York City, New York, USA on 3 February 1930 and closed in May 1930 after 114 performances. The opening night cast included Walter Walker, Robert Williams and Pierre D'Ennery all of whom are also in the movie, and George MacQuarrie and playwright Donald Ogden Stewart. See more »

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Oh, the Girls Grow Tall in Kansas
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Sung a cappella by Robert Williams
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Claire Sailing
5 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

Ina Claire had big eyes, an upturned nose, a precision of inflection to rival Judy Holliday's, and a way of dominating a room the moment she entered it. Not conventionally pretty, and too old for this sort of of dewy-young-thing part (she was about 40), she's nevertheless a joy to watch. The movie, from a mildly successful Donald Ogden Stewart play, is one of those drawing-room comedies that pretends the Depression never happened and spends most of its time arranging and rearranging couples. It's fluff, and with, shall we say, a last-minute happy ending one doesn't believe. But Claire is so watchable, with more intelligence than a woman could profitably employ in those days, and Myrna Loy is a delectable rival. There's also Robert Williams, a fine light comedian (check out Capra's "Platinum Blonde") who died tragically young. Good time capsule, and one of the few 1931 movies you can show your contemporary friends without blushing.


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