A singer (Venable) believes her marine pilot husband, accused of treason, has died in the Pacific. She finds a man who looks exactly like her husband dancing in a club act. Realizing it is ... See full summary »

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Mary Gorham
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Charles Gorham
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Porozzi
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Dr. Wilson
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A singer (Venable) believes her marine pilot husband, accused of treason, has died in the Pacific. She finds a man who looks exactly like her husband dancing in a club act. Realizing it is her husband, and thinking he must have amnesia, she sets out to help him recover his memory and clear his name.

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14 December 1936 (USA)  »

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A Treat for the Eyes
Music by Sam H. Stept
Lyrics by Cliff Friend
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Another Phil Regan musical
9 October 2016 | by (Manhattan) – See all my reviews

Phil Regan was handsome, had a great voice, a pleasing on-screen personality, and could act well enough for this kind of stuff, but, unfortunately, his films were all made for Monogram and Republic and not MGM. "Happy Go Lucky" has a somewhat different plot than usual -- is that singer, "Happy Jack," in a Shanghai nightclub Evelyn Venable's missing fiancé, Bill, or is he just a lookalike? -- but it still doesn't amount to much. Jed Prouty of the Jones Family series is on hand as Venable's father, and we've also got Jonathan Hale, who was Robert Walker's father in "Strangers on a Train," as a family friend. The highlight of the film is Regan singing "Right or Wrong."


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