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Stolen Sweets (1934)

Approved  |   |  Comedy, Romance  |  15 March 1934 (USA)
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Wealthy but unhappy Patricia Belmont meets fun-loving insurance salesman Bill Smith (and his fun-loving friends Sam Ragland and Betty Harkness)on a ship cruise and falls in love, much to ... See full summary »

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Charles Starrett ...
Jameson Thomas ...
Barrington Thorne
Claude King ...
Henry Belmont
John Harron ...
Sam Ragland
Polly Ann Young ...
Betty Harkness
Tom Ricketts ...
Stoner, the Bennet Butler
Aggie Herring ...
The Cook
Jane Keckley ...
Priscilla Prattleigh
Goodee Montgomery ...
Mrs. Barrington Thorne
Maynard Holmes ...
Phil Saunders
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Wealthy but unhappy Patricia Belmont meets fun-loving insurance salesman Bill Smith (and his fun-loving friends Sam Ragland and Betty Harkness)on a ship cruise and falls in love, much to the annoyance of her high-society, fortune-hunting fiancée Barrington Thorne. (When Bill and his friends visit the Bennett estate, Stoner, the butler, asks them to "Walk this way, please," and they oblige by imitating his bent-knee walk, in one of the first uses of this now-standard routine.) Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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This may be the first cinematic use of the classic sight gag "Walk this way," enacted by butler Tom Ricketts, who later repeated the gag in Frank Capra's "Broadway Bill" later the same year. See more »

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