Pleasure Cruise (1933)

  |  Comedy, Romance


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A stay-at-home husband and his businesswoman wife plan separate vacations, but he doesn't go fishing. He masquerades as a barber on her pleasure cruise.


6.6/10
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  • Ralph Forbes and Genevieve Tobin in Pleasure Cruise (1933)
  • Ralph Forbes and Genevieve Tobin in Pleasure Cruise (1933)
  • Genevieve Tobin and Roland Young in Pleasure Cruise (1933)
  • Ralph Forbes and Genevieve Tobin in Pleasure Cruise (1933)
  • Una O'Connor and Roland Young in Pleasure Cruise (1933)
  • Minna Gombell and Genevieve Tobin in Pleasure Cruise (1933)

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11 February 2018 | gridoon2019
6
| Strained and overlong, but kinky and liberatingly pre-code farce
"Pleasure Cruise" is not a long movie (70 minutes), but with the story it has, it probably should have been a 15-minute short. There are two or three instances of inventive direction by Frank Tuttle, but until the last 15 minutes I was prepared to give this film a generous **. Then something happens that could only have happened in the pre-code years, and once again I was amazed by what they could get away with in the movies before the censors boxed them in. The final scene is so thoroughly pre-code and so perfectly set up that it could be used as an emblem of the freedom of that era. So my final rating goes up to **1/2 out of 4.

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Release Date:

1 April 1933

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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