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Here's to Romance (1935)

Approved | | Comedy, Musical | 4 October 1935 (USA)
Kathleen Gerard, a high society wife fed up with her husband's artistic "protegées", decides to take one of her own in Nino, a promising tenor, patronizing him to study in Paris. He and her... See full summary »

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Rosa
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Emery Gerard
Vicente Escudero ...
Spanish Gypsy Dancer
Adrian Rosley ...
Sandoval
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Viola
Elsa Buchanan ...
Enid
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Bert
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Saito
Pat Somerset ...
Fred
Albert Conti ...
LeFevre
Egon Brecher ...
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Kathleen Gerard, a high society wife fed up with her husband's artistic "protegées", decides to take one of her own in Nino, a promising tenor, patronizing him to study in Paris. He and her girlfriend are perfectly happy until the Gerards pay a visit and Mrs. Gerard starts to show too much interest in him. Written by BSK

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Comedy | Musical

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4 October 1935 (USA)  »

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Melody of Life  »

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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On 17 October 1939, songwriters Carl Field, Henry Clarkson and Jeff Clarkson filed suit in the Federal Court in Los Angeles for alleged song plagiarism against 20th Century-Fox Film Corporation, Con Conrad, Herb Magidson and the Sam Fox Publishing Company. Their suit claimed that the song, "Here's To Romance", from the 20th Century-Fox film of the same name, fringed upon the plaintiff's song, "Goodbye to Love". The suit asked for $25,000 in damages, an accounting on profits allegedly exceeding $5000,000, and an injunction. See more »

Soundtracks

Wiegenlied (Cradle Song)
Music by Johannes Brahms
Sung by Mme. Ernestine Schumann-Heink
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