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Twenty Million Sweethearts

1934 1h 29m Musical Comedy List
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Unable to attract any new acts, desperate talent agent Rush Blake (Pat O'Brien) signs up singing waiter Buddy Clayton (Dick Powell). Though Clayton bombs his initial audition, radio singer Peggy Cornell (Ginger Rogers) gives him another chance on her show. Soon, Clayton is a popular radio crooner. The two get engaged as Cornell leaves to pursue a Broadway career. Frantic to keep his new act popular with women, Blake plots to break apart the engagement. Read More Read Less

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Helen Brown Norden Vanity Fair If you can stand Mr. Powell-which a great many people are unable to do - you may like the picture, as it is fairly bright and tuneful. Ginger Rogers helps a great deal. Jun 6, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis Unable to attract any new acts, desperate talent agent Rush Blake (Pat O'Brien) signs up singing waiter Buddy Clayton (Dick Powell). Though Clayton bombs his initial audition, radio singer Peggy Cornell (Ginger Rogers) gives him another chance on her show. Soon, Clayton is a popular radio crooner. The two get engaged as Cornell leaves to pursue a Broadway career. Frantic to keep his new act popular with women, Blake plots to break apart the engagement.
Director
Ray Enright
Producer
Samuel Bischoff
Screenwriter
Warren Duff, Harry Sauber
Production Co
First National Pictures
Genre
Musical, Comedy
Original Language
English
Runtime
1h 29m