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Go-Get-'Em, Haines (1936)

Approved | | Action, Adventure, Crime | 16 June 1936 (USA)
Reporter Steve Haines (Boyd), on the trail of a business tycoon, follows his subject onto an ocean liner and gets wound up in a cruise full of intrigue, romance and murder.

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(screenplay) (as George Sayre)
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Steve Haines (as Bill Boyd)
Sheila Terry ...
Eleanor Hunt ...
Lloyd Ingraham ...
Ship Captain Ward
LeRoy Mason ...
Tony Marchetti
Jimmy Aubrey ...
Reggie Parks
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Henry Kent (as Clarence Geldert)
Lee Shumway ...
Louis Natheaux ...
Lindner, the Steward
Ernest Hilliard ...
Walter Bernard, the Editor
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Reporter Steve Haines (Boyd), on the trail of a business tycoon, follows his subject onto an ocean liner and gets wound up in a cruise full of intrigue, romance and murder.

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Except for one scene filmed in a studio, the entire picture was shot on an ocean liner traveling between Los Angeles and Panama. See more »

Goofs

A woman with a white hat is sitting at a table in the smoking lounge when Haines and Parks shuffle up to the bar. She is visible in all long shots, but disappears in all close-ups of Haines, in which she should still be sitting right behind him. See more »

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Oh Willie, Oh Willie, Come Back
Written by Bernie Grossman and Sam Perry
Sung by Eleanor Hunt
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Zero for three.
23 January 2006 | by (Vancouver) – See all my reviews

Movie almost split in 3 it seems, the first almost is a comedy of manners, you know, those 1930's things with lots of characters, really no plot, and just sort of glides along. SO a whole whack of people get on a boat, a banker (or is it?) who has swindled a lot of money, an actress, her brother and other people are also on board too. Oops, and a reporter, who is trying to uncover the banker's saga. During the voyage, it is suggested that some of the passengers put on a show, which they do. This leads up to the 2nd part of the movie, where the musical takes place, and it's just nothing short of bizarre. It leads to a murder mystery play, where the banker is a last minute replacement for one of the actors. Anyways, the banker's character gets shot in the play - only of course SOMEONE has switched the guns and he's really dead! So then the third part comes up.. who did it? The captain and the reporter lead the inquest to find out the dirty secret! Honestly, I wasn't really absorbed in this movie at all, it wasn't really interesting, musical or suspenseful. The only weird thing that captivated me, was the very strange hair the reporter had, which looked like a sort of grayish blonde thing.


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