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Road House (1934)

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Violet Loraine ...
Belle Larrimore
Gordon Harker ...
Sam Pritchard
Aileen Marson ...
Kitty Hamble
Emlyn Williams ...
Chester
Hartley Power ...
Dick D'Arcy
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Lady Chettwinde
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Donovan
Marie Lohr ...
Lady Hamble
Edwin Styles ...
Archie Hamble
Romilly Lunge ...
Hugh Romilly
Horace Kenney ...
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Geraldo ...
Himself - Orchestra Leader (as Geraldo and His Orchestra)
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Frank Atkinson ...
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In February 1934, it was being reported that Alfred Hitchcock would direct Gordon Harker and Violet Loraine in the film. Hitchcock and Harker had previously worked together on The Ring, The Farmer's Wife, Champagne, and Elstree Calling. See more »

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What A Little Moonlight Can Do
Written by Harry M. Woods
Sung by Violet Loraine
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Avoid this travesty - wash your hair instead.
15 March 2000 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

The brilliant "musical" career of our heroine seems to be based on constant repetition of one childish rhyme. If this doesn't get under your skin pretty quickly there's plenty more to irritate you about this time-waster. The plot staggers wildly from one untied loose end to another, leaving this viewer wondering "but why did...?" and "what ever happened to...?" and so on. The terrible misjudgments by the producer and director are nowhere more obvious than the complete absence of any musical role for Stanley Holloway (later legendary in My Fair Lady) while the other no-talent cast members are permitted to embarrass themselves at length.


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