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Stingaree

Released May 25, 1934 1h 16m Musical List
Reviews 40% Audience Score 100+ Ratings
In 1876 Australia, debonair outlaw Stingaree (Richard Dix), aided by his sidekick, Howie (Andy Devine), uses his wily charm to take what he wants and harass the ruling class. When he meets composer Julian Kent (Conway Tearle), who's on his way to see Mrs. Clarkson (Mary Boland), a promising new opera singer, Stingaree decides to take Kent's place at the performance. However, he quickly realizes the real talent belongs to Clarkson's servant, Hilda (Irene Dunne), and promises to make her a star. Read More Read Less

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Ann Ross Maclean's Magazine Galloping melodrama, with Mary Boland to keep it from being too serious. Jul 22, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews

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Audience Member If you can get past the singing there are some amusing lines in this with Mary Boland a scene stealer. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 02/27/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis In 1876 Australia, debonair outlaw Stingaree (Richard Dix), aided by his sidekick, Howie (Andy Devine), uses his wily charm to take what he wants and harass the ruling class. When he meets composer Julian Kent (Conway Tearle), who's on his way to see Mrs. Clarkson (Mary Boland), a promising new opera singer, Stingaree decides to take Kent's place at the performance. However, he quickly realizes the real talent belongs to Clarkson's servant, Hilda (Irene Dunne), and promises to make her a star.
Director
William A. Wellman
Screenwriter
Becky Gardiner
Distributor
RKO Radio Pictures
Production Co
RKO Radio Pictures Inc.
Genre
Musical
Original Language
English
Release Date (Theaters)
May 25, 1934, Original
Runtime
1h 16m