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Polo Joe (1936)

Approved | | Comedy | 8 December 1936 (USA)
Despite a severe horse allergy, Joe Bolton pretends to be a passionate polo player in order to win the heart of his horse-loving neighbor.

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Joe Bolton
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Mary Hilton
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Haywood
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Colonel Hilton (as Joseph King)
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Don Trumbeau (as Gordon Elliott)
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Aunt Minnie
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Olive Tell ...
Mrs. Hilton
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Jack Hilton
Milton Kibbee ...
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Bert
John Kelly ...
Rusty
Charley Foy ...
Second Loafer (as Charles Foy)

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Despite a severe horse allergy, Joe Bolton pretends to be a passionate polo player in order to win the heart of his horse-loving neighbor.

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Campeão de Polo  »

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Referenced in Gold Diggers of 1937 (1936) See more »

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An Evening with You
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Music by Harry Warren
First tune played at the dinner party
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Passable effort, for Joe E. Brown fans only
13 November 2002 | by (Colorado) – See all my reviews

Predictable plotline is not tremendously funny, but not bad. Strange scene of Brown singing Chinese songs with a trio of Chinese musicians. Usual scenes of Brown on a run-away horse, and in a polo game. Brown is always funny, but most of his other movies are better.


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