Jonathan Street is a struggling composer when he meets and marries Annette. The problem is that Jonathan was drunk and does not want to be married. Annette does go with him to Paris and ... See full summary »
The stooges are mistaken by a gangster for the "Three Horsemen of Boulder Dam", famous football players. Hired to play for his team, they blow the big game and get it in the end. Lucille Ball has a nice part as a gun moll.
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Nora Clegg, an actress, marries Carl Brent, an unemployed young engineer, whose estimation of his worth and ability keeps him from getting a job. He finally acquires a position that will ... See full summary »
Jenny has always been fascinated with the stage, especially since her mother was a famous actress. She learns that a theatrical company is putting on the play that included her mother's ... See full summary »
George Nichols Jr.
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James W. Horne
Whether you like or hate "A Night at the Biltmore Bowl", it's worth seeing just to get a load of its cast. It features a very, very young Betty Grable before she became famous but also has some neat cameos (such as Lucille Ball and Edgar Kennedy).
The film is about some fun-loving young people who decide to have a scavenger hunt. The couples are sent to get some rather difficult things--including a band leader's baton and a policeman's badge. They then will meet at a nightclub where they will have dinner--and the loser pays.
All in all, this short film was a lot better than I'd expected. While not brilliant, it was consistently fun and I loved seeing gorgeous Betty--who was already showing quite a bit of poise for a newcomer to films. A nice film and one for film buffs as well.
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