That Man's Here Again (1937)

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An elevator operator in a swanky apartment building falls in love with a homeless girl who sneaks in one night looking for a place to keep warm. In order to keep her near him, he wangles a job for her as a maid at the building.

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  • Hugh Herbert and Tom Brown in That Man's Here Again (1937)
  • Tom Brown and Mary Maguire in That Man's Here Again (1937)
  • Hugh Herbert in That Man's Here Again (1937)
  • Mary Maguire in That Man's Here Again (1937)
  • Tom Brown and Mary Maguire in That Man's Here Again (1937)
  • Hugh Herbert and Mary Maguire in That Man's Here Again (1937)

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3 May 2016 | adamshl
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| Interesting Curio
It could be a drama, till the end when Hugh Herbert becomes comical. Then it's hard to figure what was the writer's intention.

Whatever the case, this is a truly "lost and forgotten" film, obviously meant to focus on Herbert's talent. However, it's the romantic leads, Tom Brown and Mary McGuire, that peaked my interest.

Brown, though quite youthful here, was a fully seasoned professional, having been an actor for years. His character rendition always rings true which he projects with total conviction. Now there's a natural talent that can't be "learned." Likewise his romantic interest, McGuire, is most photogenic and appealing, playing her part with dramatic security--another genuine talent.

Herbert plays his comedy down till the end when his trademark zaniness emerges. True, this is a "B-film," and an enjoyable one.

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