Passed | | Musical, Romance
Bob Gordon is staging a new Broadway Show. He gets an offer of money by Lillian, if she can dance in his show. Gordon's old class mate Irene, tries to get the leading role in this show, but Lillian insists in getting this part herself.
Robert Wildhack does a humorous stint showcasing different snores. He is billed as "The Snorer". In the next film in the series, Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937), he does sneezes, and was billed as "The Sneezer".
Why don't you go back and see Gordon?
Irene Foster: I will not!
Sally Burke: You *came* here to see him, didn't you?
Irene Foster: Yes, but I still have a little pride left.
Ted Burke: So's Gandhi, but he's getting awful thin.
At approximately 6:45, Snoop (Sid Silvers) looks out of the window of Bert Keeler (Jack Benny)'s Manhattan office, checking out a penthouse party on a rooftop below but casting a shadow on an overly-lit scrim meant to simulate panes of window glass between him and a painted backdrop of New York.
A 14,000 feet long print was shown as preview in early August 1935 in several Californian cinemas. It included, at least three additional songs.
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