Verree Teasdale


Actor
Verree Teasdale

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Fashions Of 1934 (1934) - Spin A Little Web Of Dreams Nearly an hour into the picture and finally the big (and only) Busby Berkeley number, Verree Teasdale’s song, by Sammy Fain and Irving Kahal, introduces a feather and fashion-based production, gowns per usual by Orry-Kelly, in Warner Bros.’ Fashions Of 1934, 1934, starring William Powell and Bette Davis.
Turnabout (1940) - See If You Can Find My Stomach Producer-director Hal Roach lays out the ad agency, John Hubbard as energetic partner Willows, secretary Inez Courtney briefing new hire Daisy (Roach's daughter Margaret) about the boozier Manning (Adolphe Menjou), his assistant (Polly Ann Young) attempting control, in Turnabout, 1940.
Turnabout (1940) - So Many Irregularities Alpha-male ad exec Tim Willows (John Hubbard) has switched personalities and voices with his wife (Carole Landis) so there’s mayhem as he visits production shoots with his secretary (Verree Teasdale) and his dueling partners (William Gargan, Adolphe Menjou), in the Hal Roach comedy Turnabout, 1940.
Fifth Avenue Girl (1939) - Much Less Belligerent Morning after a wild night out, Manhattan magnate Borden (Walter Connolly) meets his annoyed wife (Verree Teasdale), then introduces playmate Mary (Ginger Rogers), who joins him trying to reconstruct events with Higgins (Franklin Pangborn), in Gregory La Cava's Fifth Avenue Girl, 1939.
Skyscraper Souls - I'd Like Another Tycoon Dwight (Warren William) drops in on paramour Sarah (Verree Teasdale) happening to meet her fetching new aide Lynn (Maureen O'Sullivan), in whom he takes immediate interest, in MGM's Skyscraper Souls, 1932.
Milky Way, The (1936) - Bricks And Tomatoes Manager Gabby (Adolphe Menjou) prepares fighter Speed (William Gargan) to receive Sullivan (Harold Lloyd), the milkman who knocked him out, Ann (Verree Teasdale) and Spider (Lionel Stander) sniping, in Leo McCarey's The Milky Way, 1936.

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Adolphe Menjou
Husband
Actor. Married 1934 until his death in 1963.

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