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A Night at the Biltmore Bowl (1935)

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(as Alf Goulding)

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(story) (as Joseph A. Fields)
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Jimmie Grier
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Grady Sutton
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Preston Foster
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Anne Shirley
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Bert Wheeler
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Pert Kelton
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Comedy | Short | Mystery

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21 June 1935 (USA)  »

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(RCA Victor System)

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1.33 : 1
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Worth seeing just for the cast.
1 December 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Whether you like or hate "A Night at the Biltmore Bowl", it's worth seeing just to get a load of its cast. It features a very, very young Betty Grable before she became famous but also has some neat cameos (such as Lucille Ball and Edgar Kennedy).

The film is about some fun-loving young people who decide to have a scavenger hunt. The couples are sent to get some rather difficult things--including a band leader's baton and a policeman's badge. They then will meet at a nightclub where they will have dinner--and the loser pays.

All in all, this short film was a lot better than I'd expected. While not brilliant, it was consistently fun and I loved seeing gorgeous Betty--who was already showing quite a bit of poise for a newcomer to films. A nice film and one for film buffs as well.


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