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Blondie! starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Gene Lockhart

Blondie! (1938)

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Blondie! (1938) starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Gene Lockhart

On the eve of their 5th wedding anniversary, Dagwood loses his job – again! It’s Blondie! to the rescue!

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Having Wonderful Time (1938) starring Ginger Rogers, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

Having Wonderful Time

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Having Wonderful Time (1938) starring Ginger Rogers, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

Ginger Rogers as the office worker on vacation in Having wonderful time
Douglas Fairbanks Jr. in Having Wonderful Time - going from waiter to romantic lead

In Having Wonderful Time, Ginger Rogers is an overworked New York office girl. She seeks 2 weeks of rest and relaxation at a camp in the Catskills. She’s definitely not a happy camper because of the crowded and noisy conditions. She tries her best to fit in and, after an initial dislike, falls for college educated Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., a waiter at the camp. Ginger becomes suspicious of his motives, however, and he becomes alarmed when she spends an innocent night in the cabin of a rival suitor. All ends happily, however.

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Cowboy From Brooklyn (1938) starring Dick Powell, Pat O'Brien, Priscilla Lane, Ann Sheridan, Ronald Reagan

Cowboy From Brooklyn [Dick Powell]

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Cowboy From Brooklyn (1938) starring Dick Powell, Pat O’Brien, Priscilla Lane, Ann Sheridan, Ronald Reagan

In Cowboy from Brooklyn, singing cowboys are satirized in this story about a city crooner on a dude ranch. Once he’s discovered by a talent agent, he has to pretend to be an authentic cowboy … Despite his terror of all animals! Unless hypnosis can help?

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September Song was specially written by composer Kurt Weill and lyricist Maxwell Anderson for Walter Huston, for the Broadway show Knickerbocker Holiday in 1938

September Song [song lyrics]

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Song lyrics to September Song (1938), music by Kurt Weill, lyrics by Maxwell Anderson

September Song was specially written by composer Kurt Weill and lyricist Maxwell Anderson for Walter Huston, for the Broadway show Knickerbocker Holiday in 1938

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Merrily We Live (1938) starring Constance Bennett, Brian Aherne, Billie Burke, Alan Mowbray

Merrily We Live

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Merrily We Live (1938) starring Constance Bennett, Brian Aherne, Billie Burke, Alan Mowbray

Merrily We Live is a classic screwball comedy. Brian Ahere is mistaken for a tramp by kindhearted Billie Burke, joins the household, falls in love …

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The Next Time I Marry (1935) starring Lucille Ball, Lucille Ball , James Ellison , Lee Bowman, Granville Bates

Next Time I Marry [Lucille Ball]

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Next Time I Marry (1938) starring Lucille Ball, James Ellison , Lee Bowman, Granville Bates

Synopsis of Next Time I Marry

In Next Time I Marry, an heiress can only obtain a multi million-dollar inheritance by marrying an American citizen. Despite being in love with a handsome foreigner, she ties the knot with the first man she comes across – a ditch digger. On their way to Nevada to get a quickie divorce, the newlyweds realize that they’ve fallen in love.

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Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938), starring Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Lana Turner, Ann Rutherford

Love Finds Andy Hardy

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Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938), starring Mickey Rooney, Judy Garland, Lana Turner, Ann Rutherford

Synopsis of Love Finds Andy Hardy

In Love Finds Andy Hardy, Andy finds himself the target of a lot of female attention as he prepares for the country club Christmas party. He’d originally wanted to bring his girlfriend, Polly, but she’ll be out of town for the holidays. And then Judy Garland’s character visits her grandparents next door …

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A Slight Case of Murder (1938) starring Edward G. Robinson, Jane Bryan, Edward Brophy, Ruth Donnelly, Bobby Jordan, Allen Jenkins

A Slight Case of Murder [Edward G. Robinson]

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A Slight Case of Murder (1938) starring Edward G. Robinson, Jane Bryan, Edward Brophy, Ruth Donnelly, Bobby Jordan, Allen Jenkins

Synopsis of A Slight Case of Murder

A Slight Case of Murder is a spoof about gangsters who decide to go straight. With the end of Prohibition, bootlegger Remy Marco becomes a legitimate brewer. But he’s slowly going broke because the beer he makes tastes terrible, and everyone is afraid to tell him. After four years, with bank officers preparing to foreclose on the brewery, he retreats to his Saratoga summer home. There, he finds four dead mobsters who meant to ambush him, but were killed by their confederate whom they meant to betray. More and more problems begin to pop up in the life of the former bootlegger, as he has taken in a bratty orphan, and his daughter comes home with a fiancé that turns out to be a state cop.

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