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Fight for Your Lady (1937)

Wrestling trainer puts himself in charge of a singer's love life when the singer is jilted by a rich girl.

Director:

Benjamin Stoloff (as Ben Stoloff)

Writers:

Ernest Pagano (screen play), Harry Segall (screen play) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
John Boles ... Robert Densmore
Jack Oakie ... Honest 'Ham' Hamilton
Ida Lupino ... Marietta
Margot Grahame ... Marcia Trent
Gordon Jones ... Mike Scanlon
Erik Rhodes ... Anton Spadissimo
Billy Gilbert ... Boris
Paul Guilfoyle ... Jim Trask
Georges Renavent Georges Renavent ... Joris
Charles Judels ... Felix Janos
Maude Eburne ... Nadya
Charles Coleman ... Densmore's Butler
Leona Roberts ... Cleaning Woman
Forrester Harvey ... Referee (as Forester Harvey)
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Storyline

Ham Hamilton knows that gold-digger Marcia Trent is only after Robert Densmore for his money, so he tells Marcia that Robert is broke and she calls off the announced wedding. Disappointed and ready to die, Robert goes to Budapest, with Ham as his companion, where he decides he can best accomplish his death wish by making love to Marietta, whose husband, Spadissimo is the finest swordsman in all of Europe and will surely kill him in a duel. The duel is on and Robert is very quickly on the losing end when Ham, knowing that Spadissimo has a mother complex, poses as Robert's mother and Spadissimo breaks down in tears, while Robert, Marietta and Ham make a quick exit stage left. Marcia, having learned that Robert is not broke enters ready to renew the romance, but takes her romance notion in another direction when the sees the size of the castle of the recently-jilted Spadissimo. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

Certificate:

Approved | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 November 1937 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Amor em Budapest See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

RKO Radio Pictures See more »
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Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Victor System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

The Blue Danube Waltz, Opus 314
(1867) (uncredited)
Music by Johann Strauss
Arranged by Nathaniel Shilkret
Played on a radio
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Relax, We're Joking
15 July 2014 | by dogwater-1See all my reviews

Consistent throughout. Long-tailed gags, mugging by Oakie, actual acting by the young Ida Lupino, a funny villainess in Margot Graham, the inimitable Billy Gilbert, solid support from Paul Guilfoyle all add up to a nice little meringue if you are so inclined. John Boles sings "Blame it on the Danube" with Frank Loesser lyrics, "feeling okay from too much Tokay." The setting is Budapest so there are several goulash jokes. Erik Rhodes is quite funny as a champion dueler with "a sort of mother complex." Lupino plays his little sister who has a ventriloquist act with the blandest dummy ever who sings. Nothing makes particular sense. Nor should it.


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