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James Dunn ...
Jimmy O'Connor
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Sally Johnson
Harvey Stephens ...
Ralph Andrews
Lya Lys ...
Pola Wenski
Jed Prouty ...
E.W. Marlowe
Gloria Roy ...
Shirley
Alma Lloyd ...
Mary
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Joe
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Bubbling Over With Romance

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Comedy

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24 November 1933 (USA)  »

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Jimmy y Sally  »

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It's the Irish in Me
Music by Jay Gorney
Lyrics by Sidney Clare
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COMEDY-DRAMA WITH GREAT THEME SONG
19 November 2002 | by (Forestville, Ca) – See all my reviews

The real highlight of this film is the great pop standard "You're My Thrill" by Sidney Clare and Jay Gorney. It's haunting refrain is initially sung by Lya Lys, playing a pampered mistress. Later on the refrain swells in the background while Claire Trevor and Harvey Stephens are night-clubbing. The story and direction are entertaining, but James Dunn's lead character is abrasive and just too cock sure of himself to sit back and enjoy. Although the story roots for Claire and Jimmy's romance -- the prospect of Claire and the charming Harvey Stephens character together is more appealing. Well done, but nothing out of the ordinary.


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