When Pinky is swept off her feet by the handsome and suave King Cole, a professional gambler who claims she brings him good luck, Pat thinks something is fishy, and starts digging around to... See full summary »

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Donald May ...
Rex Reason ...
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Mike Road ...
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Arch Johnson ...
Big Dan Mahoney
James Flavin ...
Robert Howard
Vincent Barbi ...
Ape Samuels
Sam Gilman ...
Happy Wertz
Billy M. Greene ...
Lefty Ferrity
Gregory Gaye ...
Andre (as Gregory Gay)
Arthur Kendall ...
First Hood
Gayla Graves ...
Hat Check Girl
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When Pinky is swept off her feet by the handsome and suave King Cole, a professional gambler who claims she brings him good luck, Pat thinks something is fishy, and starts digging around to find out more about Cole and confirm his suspicions. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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18 February 1961 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound Recording)

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Don't Bring Lulu
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Lyrics by Billy Rose, Lew Brown
Music by Ray Henderson
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Does luck last forever?

This story speaks of a gambler who tries to become Pinky's friend, so that both of them can win much dol, bring much fortune one to the other with cards and dices. The man in question is a charm specialist who rapidly becomes a suspect for our lead Pinky's friend. He doesn't want any harm happen to her because of this too gentle guy, the professional gambler. This guy let no trace of him everywhere Pinky's friend - Rex Reason - searches.

There is nothing exceptional here, just a good thirties or twenties atmosphere, the same you may found in the movies. But you can watch it without problem, because you have good performances, especially the tiny relationship that exists between Pinky and the gambler. The scene where he tells Pinky that he set her up to get revenge of another guy, this sequence is so overwhelming. Directed by George Waggner.


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