Maybe It's Love (1930)

Passed   |    |  Comedy, Romance, Sport

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A college football player (Joe E. Brown) persuades a beautiful young woman (Joan Bennett) to individually flirt with an entire team of All-American football players, in order to entice them... See full summary »

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  • Joe E. Brown and James Hall in Maybe It's Love (1930)
  • Joe E. Brown and Laura Lee in Maybe It's Love (1930)
  • Joan Bennett and Joe E. Brown in Maybe It's Love (1930)
  • Joe E. Brown and Laura Lee in Maybe It's Love (1930)
  • Joan Bennett, Bill Banker, Joe E. Brown, George Gibson, James Hall, Howard Harpster, Kenneth Haycraft, Howard Jones, Ray Montgomery, Tim Moynihan, Otto Pommerening, Russell Saunders, Wear Schoonover, Paul Scull, and Red Sleight in Maybe It's Love (1930)

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William A. Wellman


Darryl F. Zanuck (based on the story by), Joseph Jackson (screen play & dialogue by)

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10 March 2015 | jimjo1216
Of interest, perhaps, to football historians
Comedy star Joe E. Brown is given very little to do in a secondary role in this lame college football quickie. Twenty-year-old Joan Bennett stars as the university president's daughter who uses her charms to attract football talent to Upton in order to beat the school's rival and save her father's job. As a kind of gimmick, the cast includes several real-life collegiate football stars, but seen eighty-plus years later all that remains is amateur acting in a weak script (although admittedly I'm more of a baseball guy). Doughy leading man James Hall stands out like a sore thumb as the "star quarterback" among a roster of actual athletes.

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4 October 1930



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