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Take a Chance (1933)

 -  Comedy  -  25 November 1933 (USA)
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
James Dunn ...
Duke Stanley
June Knight ...
Toni Ray
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Wanda Hill
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Louie Webb
Lilian Bond ...
Thelma Green
Dorothy Lee ...
Consuelo Raleigh
Lona Andre ...
Miss Miami Beach
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Kenneth Raleigh
Charles Richman ...
Andrew Raleigh
Robert Gleckler ...
Mike Caruso
Harry Shannon ...
Bartender
George McKay ...
Steve, Stage Manager
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A lengthy musical number, "New Deal Rhythm," of which only a short segment now remains, was removed from the feature during the editing process and released separately as a short subject. See more »

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It's Only a Paper Moon
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Music by Harold Arlen
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg and Billy Rose
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Lillian Roth is great. Rest of the film stinks.
31 December 1998 | by (smorris@cnw.com) – See all my reviews

This is the film version of the Ethel Merman Broadway hit.Not a very good film. Lillian Roth got a second chance to behave and make good in Hollywood with this one and she is the best thing about this dull mess. Good prints are rare because this is a FOX film and they don't give a damn about their past.

Look for young Vivian Vance (Ethel Mertz) in the Eadie Was a Lady Number . .. she get a chorus or two standing on the stairs. Very unexpected.

Buddy Rogers is not a very good actor but at least he's still alive!


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