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Carnival Boat (1932)

Passed | | Adventure, Drama, Music | 19 March 1932 (USA)
Honey, a young entertainer on a carnival boat, is in love with Buck but Buck's father is against the romance.

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(as Albert Rogell)

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Buck Gannon (as Bill Boyd)
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Honey, a young entertainer on a carnival boat, is in love with Buck but Buck's father is against the romance.

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A hardy lumberjack tamed by a showboat girl!


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(RCA Photophone System)

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The scenes aboard the runaway train were printed in reverse, as can be seen on the backwards writing on the sides of the rail cars. See more »

Soundtracks

Three Little Words
(1930) (uncredited)
Music by Harry Ruby
Lyrics by Bert Kalmar
Played in the background at the boat cantina and sung by an offscreen chorus
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Ginger and Hopalong
18 April 2014 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

An old logger expects his son (William Boyd) to follow in his footsteps but the son is more interested in pretty showgirl Honey (Ginger Rogers) than in taking his job seriously. William Boyd is a poor lead but he would go on to big success as Hopalong Cassidy, who was very popular with kids. There's a couple of annoying comic relief characters among the lumberjacks. They're played by Edgar Kennedy and Harry Sweet. This one's a creaker with some nice location shooting, logging footage, and a couple of nice action sequences but that's about it. Besides Ginger, of course. Pretty much any Ginger Rogers movie is worth a look for her alone.


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