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Love in Bloom (1935)

 -  Comedy | Romance  -  20 April 1935 (USA)
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A young girl runs away from her carnival family to make it in New York and becomes involved with a handsome young songwriter.

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Gracie Downey
Joe Morrison ...
Larry Deane
Dixie Lee ...
Violet Downey
J.C. Nugent ...
Col. 'Dad' Downey
Lee Kohlmar ...
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A young girl runs away from her carnival family to make it in New York and becomes involved with a handsome young songwriter. George Burns and Gracie Allen play her brother and sister-in-law. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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(Western Electric Noiseless Recording)

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One of over 700 Paramount Productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since. See more »

Quotes

George: Listen officer, can't we talk this over? You know, I've got an uncle who's a motorcycle cop.
Gracie Downey: Yeah, and he's handsome too, just like you.
Motorcycle cop: Oh. Flattery, eh?
Gracie Downey: No, O'Flanagan.
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My Heart Is an Open Book
(uncredited)
Written by Mack Gordon
Copyright 1935 by Crawford Music Corporation
Sung by Joe Morrison
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The End of Dixie Lee's career.
26 August 2004 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A previous reviewer warned fans of Burns&Allen not to expect too much from them. Though first billed, George and Gracie were definitely supporting players.

The story revolves about the love story of a carnival girl trying to escape her background and an idealistic young songwriter played by Dixie Lee and Joe Morrison respectively. Morrison had a pleasant tenor voice and no personality. But according to IMDb he's still alive at the age of 96.

Dixie Lee, born Wilma Winifred Wyatt, was far better known as the first Mrs. Bing Crosby. His career was rocketing vertically now and her's was coming to an end. She was a blonde and had a manner not unlike Alice Faye. Put over a song like Alice Faye also although no memorable

numbers came from here. In fact the song Love In Bloom which Bing had introduced the year before in She Loves Me Not is not even heard as background music.

Dixie's carny father is played by J.C. Nugent who played it as a kind

of unctuous and corrupt Senator Claghorn. This was a role that was tailor made for W.C. Fields, to bad he didn't do it. In fact

Paramount should have cast Bing Crosby opposite his wife. Morrison's part would have had to be rewritten so he's more in line with Bing's personality, but if it had been done, I suspect we might have had a classic.

Burns and Allen give the picture the merit it has in their moments. George is Dixie's brother and Gracie is his wife, if you can believe an exotic dancer. Watch how Gracie gets out of a speeding ticket, best moment in the film.

Dixie did one more film, cut a record with her husband of two songs from Swing Time, The Way You Look Tonight and A Fine Romance in 1936. She made occasional appearances on Bing's radio show at Christmas time. Mostly she concentrated on being wife and mother to four boys and unfortunately drank a lot.

Like Terry Molloy said, it could have been a contender.


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