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I Believed in You

I Believed in You(1934)

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The working title of this film was Disillusion, which was the title of William Anthony McGuire's unpublished original story. A Hollywood Reporter news item from November 25, 1931 noted that Fox signed Elmer Harris to do the screenplay of McGuire's story. No information has been located to determine if Harris contributed anything to the final film. This was Rosemary Ames's first film. Jack Luden was a member of the Luden cough drop family, according to Variety. While credits on the film list Jed Prouty as "Long" and Morgan Wallace as "Lang," Prouty clearly says a number of times, "I'm Lang, he's [meaning Wallace] Long."