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Sing and Like It(1934)

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  • Hilarious pre-code comedy

    • Dulcy Freeman
    • 3/12/15

    Rude, crude and lewd: a pre-code triple threat! T. Fennimore Sylvester, head of a lucrative snatch racket and all-around tough guy, has a soft spot in his head and heart for "mother". After hearing an amateur theatre rehearsal of an unbearably mawkish mother song, he vows to give an unsuspecting world what they didn't know they were missing: Annie Snodgrass signing the praises of "your mother". Adam Frink, "the mad genius of Broadway", is forced (with the application of muscle and moola) to star Annie in his latest production, much to the displeasure of Fennie's girlfriend, Ruby, a former showgirl ("With legs like these, I couldn't help but be a great actress!") who wants to return to the stage. A publicity stunt and some "persuasion" guarantee a sell-out first night, much to everyone's surprise, but Fennie's paid his debt to art and Annie's had her moment of glory and that's the end of that! Some truly laugh-out-loud moments and Adam Frink is priceless (pay attention to the framed photos in his office!)

  • sing and like it

    • christine kuhn
    • 2/26/08

    this was a great like art deco movie,the characters were funny. a++

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