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Here Comes Carter (1936)

 -  Comedy  -  24 October 1936 (USA)
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Complete credited cast:
Kent Carter
Glenda Farrell ...
Verna Kennedy
Anne Nagel ...
Linda Warren
Craig Reynolds ...
Rex Marchbanks
Hobart Cavanaugh ...
Mel Winter
Boots Burnett
John Sheehan ...
Slugs Dana
Joseph Crehan ...
Daniel Bronson
Dennis Moore ...
Russ McAllen
Norman Willis ...
Steve Moran
John T. Murray ...
Ben Rogers
Charley Foy ...
Louie Cramer (as Charles Foy)
Eddy Chandler ...
Detective Jim Henderson (as Ed. Chandler)
Davison Clark ...
Detective Jackson (as Davison Clarke)


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24 October 1936 (USA)  »

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Loudspeaker Lowdown  »

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Adorning the walls of Ross Alexander's office are large size portraits of up and coming WB players Jane Wyman (who also has a bit as a nurse in this film) and Bill Elliott, then known as Gordon Elliott. See more »


When Ross Alexander takes Anne Nagel home, two signs indicate that it is the Carlton Arms Apartments, and it's there where he is beaten up. After the beating there is a shot of a news article which states the beating occurred in front of the Dawson Arms Apartments. See more »


Kent Carter: If anyone phones, tell em to come up and SUE me sometime!
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Thru the Courtesy of Love
(1936) (uncredited)
Music by M.K. Jerome
Lyrics by Jack Scholl
Copyright 1936 by M. Witmark & Sons
Played during the opening credits
Sung by Anne Nagel on a radio broadcast
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Ross Alexander stars in typical Warner Bros. B-film...
19 May 2008 | by (U.S.A.) – See all my reviews

Except for early glimpses of up-and-coming stars like WAYNE MORRIS (as a fast food counter man) and JANE WYMAN (barely visible), HERE COMES CARTER is strictly routine stuff with ROSS Alexander cast as a brash and very smug newsman, a central character you can't help dislike.

GLENDA FARRELL trades barbs with him as a tough talking secretary in her usual brisk manner. The foolish plot is something about a man who loses his job because of an indiscreet column blasting a colleague, handsome CRAIG REYNOLDS. He then has to spend the rest of the story planning his comeback.

Alexander gives a one-note performance, full of brash mannerisms and nothing else. ANNE NAGEL, who became his future wife in real life, plays his secretary with a lovely singing voice with aspirations of her own. Neither one went on to establish themselves in films, Alexander taking his own life shortly after marrying her and Nagle's career stifled by B-films and serials for the duration of her career.

With roles like this, it's no wonder Alexander was highly dissatisfied with the turn his career was taking.

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