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gr8 cast makes this one go
Budget cheapie with the Duke out of the saddle and in a business suit and a tux! The acting is rough and the production values nil.
In this 1933 departure from the norm, the Duke plays a city-fied, scion of millions, jaunty, womanising playboy type ("Where'd that taco sauce come from?" "New York City?!?") after the good minister's godly granddaughter. Can he change from cad to do-right? Interesting only to see Wayne try his casual sophisticate chops, which is Cary Grant territory, pardner. He ain't half bad neither.
1933 comedy about John Wayne before he was JOHN WAYNE....romantically funny..
Outstanding movie John Wayne is my family favorite actor
Dick Wallace wants to marry a minister's grand-daughter but his father, who wants him to get work on his company's business, is opposed. She takes a job with the company to prove she's okay.
Ãberteatralsk av det kjedelige, men sjarmerende slaget.
MINOR B FILM, MILDLY ENTERTAINING. NOT VERY WELL ACTED BY ANYONE. AN UNUSUAL ROLE FOR JOHN WAYNE, HE HAS NOT MADE MANY ROMANTIC COMEDIES.