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Hat, Coat, and Glove (1934)

Passed  -  Drama  -  27 August 1934 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Robert Mitchell
Barbara Robbins ...
John Beal ...
Jerry Hutchins
Dorothy Burgess ...
Ann Brewster
Paul Harvey ...
The Prosecuting Attorney
Sara Haden ...
The Secretary
David Durand ...
Thomas Sullivan
Murray Kinnell ...
The Judge
Frederick Sullivan ...
The Court Clerk
Gayle Evers ...
The Saleslady


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27 August 1934 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Capa, Luva e Chapéu  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Victor System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Some cast members in studio records/casting call lists did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. These were (with their character names, if any): Louise Beavers (Imogene), Tom Brown and Wilbur Higby (Mr. Gardner), who was replaced by Arthur Hoyt for that role. See more »


Remade as Todo un caballero (1947) See more »

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Well.... I almost saw all of it!
30 May 2002 | by (Chicago IL) – See all my reviews

This is an interesting film, somewhat of a departure for Ricardo Cortez from the dapper ladies man he generally portrayed in films of this period. He is a dreamer, a man who has been in love, is divorced, but is still in love with his wife. He also has to endure the reality of his 'ex' and a younger man who are now doing 'light housekeeping'. The script's OK, not great, but economical and to the point. Cortez is a lawyer who must defend his ex-wife's present lover on a murder rap, and does so against his better wishes. But he knows a lot more about the murder charge than he lets on. This flick came on late at night in the city, and the station cut the tail end of the flick so I couldn't comment on the end...because I ain't seen it. They gave the film short shrift, which is a drag. However, knowing the Hayes code of the period, I am almost certain that I could write the ending without having seen it, and it wouldn't be too terribly far removed from the ending that I did not see, thanks to the neglect of the local TV station. Be that as it may, the part I saw was slightly above average for 'B' film fare of the period.

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