Henry Myers


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Million Dollar Legs (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Klopstokia, Goats And Nuts Opening with pace and absurdity, Edward Cline directing for producer Herman J. Mankiewicz from a story by his brother Joseph L. ., we meet George Barbier as Baldwin, top-billed Jack Oakie as his salesman Tweeny and Susan Fleming with Dickie Moore as her little brother, in Million Dollar Legs, co-starring W.C. Fields.
Million Dollar Legs (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Put Yourself Under Arrest! Introducing second-billed W.C. Fields, president of Klopstokia, dueling with a Dictaphone when he’s intercepted by smitten salesman Tweeny (Jack Oakie), and we soon discover his crush (Susan Fleming) is the president’s daughter, in Million Dollar Legs, 1932, from a story by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.
Million Dollar Legs (1932) -- (Movie Clip) The Usual Oath Of Allegiance Hugh Herbert the ringleading secretary of treasury, Billy Gilbert sneezing, Vernon Dent, Teddy Hart, Irving Bacon also in the cabinet, as W.C. Fields, of course the President, asserts his dominance, in the nutso Paramount comedy in Million Dollar Legs, 1932, from producer Herman J. Mankiewicz, from a story by his brother Joseph L.
College Holiday (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Love In Bloom The ever-game Marsha Hunt has just the guile to carry this off, beating out creditors looking for Jack Benny, the madcap promoter who has almost bankrupted her father's hotel, the two then suddenly in league for a rescue, early in Paramount's College Holiday, 1936.
College Holiday (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Call Me By My Greek Name! Blowsy Mary Boland and her buffoon spouse (Etienne Girardot) are trying to explain their daffy Eugenics plan to promoter Jack Benny, when we cut to her daughter, who is Gracie Allen, believing she has found the perfect man, in George Burns, in Paramount's College Holiday, 1936.
Meet The People (1944) -- (Movie Clip) Title Tune In the first induction of the title song by Jay Gorney and Henry Myers, songwriter "Swanee" (Dick Powell) dreams it up on the train from Delaware, but his working class vision is not what Broadway star Julie (Lucille Ball) is doing with it on stage, in MGM's Meet The People, 1944.