Lady Behave! (1937)

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It's bad enough that Clarice Kendall Andrews, Paula's irresponsible sister, comes home from celebrating Mardi Gras and drunkenly mentions that she got married during the festivities. What's... See full summary »



  • Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton in Lady Behave! (1937)
  • Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton in Lady Behave! (1937)
  • Sally Eilers, George Ernest, Patricia Farr, Neil Hamilton, Marcia Mae Jones, and Joseph Schildkraut in Lady Behave! (1937)
  • Sally Eilers, Marcia Mae Jones, and Joseph Schildkraut in Lady Behave! (1937)
  • Sally Eilers, George Ernest, Neil Hamilton, and Marcia Mae Jones in Lady Behave! (1937)

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9 February 2019 | boblipton
| Which Mrs. Cormack?
Sally Eilers is in New Orleans for Mardi Gras before she goes off to do medical relief work in Haiti. Her sister, Patricia Farr, comes to the hotel. She has just married Neil Hamilton while they are both sozzled. However, she is already married to penniless adventurer Joseph Schildkraut. To keep her sister out of jail for bigamy, Sally goes to Hamilton's home, pretending to be his wife, where his two children want to get rid of her. They hire Schildkraut to lure their 'new mother' to the ends of the earth.

It's the last movie that Lloyd Corrigan directed and it moves at a French Farce pace; with perpetual Long Island Butler Robert Greig lurking behind doors for lightning entrances, it is terrifically funny. Of course censor Joe Breen had problems with it. What they cut to get it past him is a mystery to me; perhaps Preston Sturges lent Corrigan those dirty pictures of Breen that he would later use to get his scripts past him. Whatever it was, Corrigan gave up directing, and spent the rest of his career acting and writing.

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