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Remember Last Night? (1935)

Approved | | Comedy, Mystery | 28 October 1935 (USA)
After a night of wild partying at a friend's house, a couple wake up to discover the party's host has been murdered in his bed. A detective is called in to investigate, but his ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tony Milburn
Carlotta Milburn
Vic Huling
Bette Huling
Jake Whitridge
Penny Whitridge
Fred Flannagan
Billy Arliss
Baptiste (as Jack LaRue)
Professor Jones
Mme. Bouclier (as Rafael Ottiano)


After a night of wild partying at a friend's house, a couple wake up to discover the party's host has been murdered in his bed. A detective is called in to investigate, but his investigation is hampered by the fact that the partiers drank so much the previous night, nobody remembers anything that happened. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Mystery


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28 October 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Hangover Murders  »

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1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


The song "Remember Last Night" by Sam Coslow was published but not used. See more »


After the party members fire at the boat, a crew member declares "enemy off the starboard bow". The shoot was fired from the shore, which was to port. See more »


Carlotta Milburn: I feel like the bride of Frankenstein.
Tony Milburn: Thanks a lot.
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Referenced in She's Alive! Creating the Bride of Frankenstein (1999) See more »


Lookie Lookie Lookie, Here Comes Cookie
(1935) (uncredited)
(from Love in Bloom (1935))
Music and Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Sung a cappella by the party guests
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Cheers to you Constance Cummings
10 January 2014 | by (Youngstown,Ohio) – See all my reviews

1935's "Remember Last Night?" was James Whale's follow-up to "Bride of Frankenstein," adapted from a story called "Hangover Murders." The wonderful cast is led by Robert Young and Constance Cummings, playing Tony and Carlotta Milford, who spend their anniversary with friends on an elaborate drinking orgy that extends all across town. Morning finds them awakening in the home of Vic Huling (George Meeker), only to discover their host in his bed, not asleep but dead. Tony decides to call in his friend Danny Harrison (top billed Edward Arnold) to perform a quiet investigation without any police interference, since everyone involved are friends and no one can recall the events of last evening's debauchery. In his usual role as long-suffering retainer, Arthur Treacher gets to show his contempt for their wild drunkenness, stealing every scene with his priceless asides. Gustav von Seyffertitz ("Son of Frankenstein") provides an eerie sequence as a mesmerist who puts everyone into a hypnotic state to ferret out the killer, unsuccessfully. Frank Reicher plays the coroner, and E. E. Clive his photographer, begging for the corpse to be moved so he can get a clearer shot on the bed! For all Whale's comic swipes at the degradation of the 'idle rich,' his cast makes it difficult to actually dislike them; certainly both Robert Young and Constance Cummings can boast a chemistry that compares with William Powell and Myrna Loy. Young had debuted opposite Bela Lugosi in 1931's "The Black Camel," and later played Boris Karloff's son in "The Guilty Generation," while the exceptionally lovely Constance (forever making charming faces at her supportive husband) had played opposite Karloff in "The Criminal Code," "Behind the Mask," and "The Guilty Generation" (where she played Young's soon-to-be wife). Were it not for her dual roles opposite Harold Lloyd in 1932's "Movie Crazy" (she calls him 'trouble'), I would have to regard this film as her finest in Hollywood, which she would soon abandon for England, on the heels of her 1933 marriage to screenwriter Benn W. Levy, who not only contributed to this script but also two previous Whale features, "Waterloo Bridge" and "The Old Dark House." Interestingly, Levy's only credit as director, 1932's British "Lord Camber's Ladies," was also the only film that Alfred Hitchcock produced but did not direct.

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