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Exiled to Shanghai (1937)

 -  Comedy  -  20 December 1937 (USA)
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Two newsreel camera-men invent a system that revolutionizes television news. In this film, however, no one is exiled and Shanghai is never mentioned.

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Cast overview:
Wallace Ford ...
Ted Young
June Travis ...
Nancy Jones
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Charlie Sears
...
Andrew
Arthur Lake ...
Bud
Jonathan Hale ...
J.B. Willet
William Harrigan ...
Grant Powell
Sarah Padden ...
Aunt Jane
Syd Saylor ...
Maloney
Charles Trowbridge ...
Walters
Johnny Arthur ...
Poppolas
Maurice Cass ...
Hotel Manager
Minerva Urecal ...
Claire
Sally Payne ...
Mabel
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Two newsreel camera-men invent a system that revolutionizes television news. In this film, however, no one is exiled and Shanghai is never mentioned.

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(RCA Victor High Fidelity Sound System)

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Good Comedy, Good Cast
29 September 2006 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This a is a sprightly little Republic second feature about how newsreel photographer Wallace Ford mistakes June Travis for a celebrity -- a fine 'meet cute' -- loses his job and goes into a speculative television deal. A good script with a couple of nice plot twists, fast direction and a very good cast, including Arthur Lake and his future 'Blondie' boss, Jonathan Hale, as well as future Oscar-winner Dean Jagger, and ex-silent comics Johnny Arthur and Sid Saylor keep this moving along through to a good closing gag.

Nick Grinde, a director from the teens, and Armand Schaefer, who spent most of his career in B and television westerns, co-direct surprisingly well. Definitely worth a look.


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