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Betty Jackson
John Morley ...
Barry Trent
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Winfield Jackson
Dudley Clements ...
Mr. Mansfield
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Angela Brown
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Clabby Holden
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Rogers, the Jackson's Butler
Dot Farley ...
Mrs. Potts
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Hodges
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Albert (A.K.) Otto, Justice of the Peace
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9 April 1937 (USA)  »

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Casado com Todas  »

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Written by Samuel Lerner and Gerald Marks
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Needs More Pepper
28 June 2010 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Anne Shirley moved into the leading actress category in 1937 after a decade as a child star. She is good in this screwball comedy about John Morley, who's the blame-taker at the local newspaper -- $25 a week. The ins and outs of who is who is a little too much to list here, but there's a fine supporting cast, including Gene Lockhart, Jack Carson in a very early role, and Barbara Pepper, slightly miscast -- the plot overwhelms this 61-minute programmer, and everyone talks faster than in a Warner B.

Morley is a bit stiff and out of his class in the lead role -- he can't seem to speak fast enough -- but Miss Shirley acquits herself well enough. A few more gags would have helped, but that might have required a few more minutes, and director Ben Holmes, RKO's specialist in churning 'em out quick, probably lacked the patience -- even if it was a slow year for him, he had two other pictures to direct.


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