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I've Got Your Number (1934)

Unrated | | Comedy, Romance | 24 February 1934 (USA)
Two telephone repairmen have many adventures and romance a pair of blondes.

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Terry Riley
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John 'Johnny'
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Bonnie aka Madame Francis
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Joseph 'Joe' Flood
Gordon Westcott ...
Nicky
Henry O'Neill ...
Mr. John P. Schuyler
Hobart Cavanaugh ...
Happy Dooley
Renee Whitney ...
Loretta Kennedy
Wallis Clark ...
Mr. Madison
Robert Ellis ...
Turk Garrison
Douglas Cosgrove ...
Detective Turner
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Joe, a Gangster (as Selmar Jackson)
Louise Beavers ...
Crystal
Henry Kolker ...
Lawyer Robert Kirkland
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Storyline

The adventures of wisecracking telephone repairmen Terry and Johnny are by turns comic, risque, and heroic. Terry pursues Marie, a hotel switchboard operator, who loses her job when she innocently does a favor for gangster Nicky. Terry gets Marie a job with financier Schuyler; but Nicky has new plans for her. Written by Rod Crawford <puffinus@u.washington.edu>

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Comedy | Romance

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Amor por Telefone  »

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The ending, with Joan Blondell in bed, was filmed in her home. She was recovering from an emergency appendectomy and her doctor would not let her travel to the studio. See more »

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Referenced in Hollywood Without Make-Up (1963) See more »

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Puddin' Head Jones
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Music by Lou Handman
Played when Terry and Marie are at the restaurant
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Mr. Cagney Does Not Answer the Phone
30 August 2013 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This one looks like it was originally planned as another inexpensive vehicle for Cagney, like THE PICTURE SNATCHER (in which he played a photographer) or TAXI!: ordinary Joe roles that the men in the audience could identify with, and when Jimmy snaps into action, they can imagine themselves doing it. After all, what's he got that I don't? But he again threatened to walk, so they tried O'Brien out in the role. He's an Irish sort of actor too. Maybe the audience won't notice.

Unfortunately, I noticed and it became something of a chore to make my way through this movie when the top-billed actor doesn't get much screen time. As often happens in lesser Warner Bs, it's the supporting players that kept me watching, particularly Eugene Palette. But you can skip this one.


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