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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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Release Date:

27 August 1934 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Capa, Luva e ChapĂ©u  »

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(RCA Victor System)

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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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A feeble and contrived courtroom drama.
7 April 1999 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

This film is extremely weak in all categories, particularly acting and screenplay. As a courtroom drama, it is downright pitiful. An attorney is involved in a murder; it was an accidental shooting but the attorney could well have been a suspect. He agrees to represent the defendant in the case without disclosing his own involvement. Moreover, the defendant has to agree to forego his alibi because he was with the lawyer's wife (from whom the lawyer was then separated) at the time of the killing. The trial itself is absurd with such nonsense as the prosecutor calling the defendant as a witness and expert witnesses popping up in the courtroom and volunteering to testify. Although there is a glove scene which is amusingly like the O.J. Simpson case (in this case, the glove fits both the defendant and the defendant's lawyer), there is nothing else amusing or worthwhile about this film. Originally a B movie, it rates a D minus.

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