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Arthur B. Woods,
Arthur and Vivian are just married, but when the get to their honeymoon suite in Washington D.C., they find it occupied. Arthur goes to meet Slade, his new boss, and when he comes back, he ... See full summary »
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George B. Seitz
Mary now runs a bookstore in L.A. with her grandfather, whose past gambling excesses have left her hating everything about the pastime. Unfortunately she falls for Larry, who makes his living in this very line of work. He vows to change but going to Las Vegas to get married may not be the best choice for them. Indeed, Mary's forefathers all had gambling in their blood and if she does ever get to try the tables anything could happen.Written by
Jeremy Perkins <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Love's no gamble...the way she plays! But he's got a system all his own...for winning her heart! You'll love Robert Young, Barbara Hale and Frank Morgan in gay, wide-open Las Vegas, in RKO's romantic comedy hit LADY LUCK
When Scott drives up to the book store, the Beverly Wilshire Hotel can be seen in the background at 9500 Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills. From that angle, Mary's book shop is in the 200 block of Rodeo Drive. See more »
After Mary punches Scott in the nose, just after he walks off, a clear shadow of the boom microphone is visible moving on then off the patio umbrella by Mary's head. See more »
Some really great names in here... if you have the patience to stick with it, you'll have fun and be entertained! Robert Young (Marcus Welby), Frank Morgan (the Wizard!), James Gleason always played the police detective, sometimes wise, sometimes bumbling. Dick Elliot (the mayor, from Andy Griffith) is the short guy on a winning streak. Barbara Hale is Mary, the new wife, determined to keep her new husband (Young) away from his gambling habit. The film has its ups and downs, and they need to learn to trust each other, as newlyweds always do! Keep an eye out for harry davenport, the clever, old judge. He had been in SO many big films in a supporting role, always the wise, knowing father or grandfather. Frank Morgan really spices up the film... it would have been boring and annoying without him as the sympathetic character here. There's so much arguing and mis-understanding going on, it needed some lightening up, and Morgan always brings that. Shown on Turner Classics.
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