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College Rhythm (1934)

The story deals with the college rivalry of a piccolo player and an All-American halfback on the football team who both love the same co-ed. After graduation they carry their their feud and... See full summary »

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Joe Penner ...
Joe
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Francis J. Finnegan
Lanny Ross ...
Larry Stacey
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Mimi
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June Cort
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John P. Stacey
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Gloria Van Dayham
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Peabody
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Herman Whimple
Harold Minjir ...
Witherspoon
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Coach Robbins
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The story deals with the college rivalry of a piccolo player and an All-American halfback on the football team who both love the same co-ed. After graduation they carry their their feud and collegiate ideas over into the department store business. (Film debut of radio-comedian Joe "Wanna buy a duck" Penner and singer Lanny Ross.) Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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"You nasty man" (original poster) See more »


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23 November 1934 (USA)  »

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Den glada ankan  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Richard Arlen was initially announced to star in this film, via a Paramount campaign book. See more »

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Featured in Hollywood Rhythm (1934) See more »

Soundtracks

Take a Number from One to Ten
Music by Harry Revel
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Copyright 1934 by DeSylva, Brown & Henderson, Inc.
Sung by Lyda Roberti
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My first movie as a child.
8 November 2002 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

I sure wish I could find a copy of this movie. As a 6 or 7 year old my grandmother took me to see this film, the first movie I had ever seen. We went to the Saturday morning Matinee and I was so enhanced I made her sit through 3 or 4 showings. I'll never forget Joe Penner and his "wana buy a duck?". As I remember now, the movie its self wasn't very good. But I sure loved it!!


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