International House (1933)




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The plot of this film is motivated by a revolutionary television device called the Radioscope, which its Chinese inventor is offering to the highest bidder. All interested parties are obliged to converge at International House, an ultra-modern hotel in the bustling Chinese community of Wu Hu.


W.C. Fields
as Professor Henry R. Quail
George Burns
as Doctor Burns
Gracie Allen
as Nurse Allen
Bela Lugosi
as General Nicholas Branovsky Petronovich
Sara Maritza
as Carol Fortescue
Stuart Erwin
as Tommy Nash
Sari Maritza
as Carol Fortescue
Edmund Breese
as Dr. Wong
Lumsden Hare
as Sir Mortimer Fortescue
Franklin Pangborn
as Hotel Manager
Harrison Greene
as Herr von Baden
Rudy Vallee
as Himself
Henry Sedley
as Serge Borsky
James Wong
as Inspector Sun
Sterling Holloway
as Entertain/Sailor
Ernest Wood
as Newsreel Reporter
Edwin Stanley
as Mr. Rollins
Norman Ainsley
as Ticket Manager
Rose Marie
as Herself
Louis Vincenot
as Hotel Clerk
Etta Lee
as Peggy's Maid
Lona Andre
as Chorus Queen
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There's more misses than hits in this vaudeville-like herky-jerky second-rate project.

Jun 8, 2007 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

Fields! Burns and Allen! Lugosi! Cab Calloway! The cast is what makes this silly musical-comedy a joy to behold.

May 30, 2004 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review…

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