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Strike Me Pink (1936)

Strike Me Pink

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In this musical an introverted tailor reads a book and changes his life. The book was Man or Mouse: What Are You? and after reading it, the seamster becomes more bold and ends up running an amusement park. The trouble begins when mobsters try to strong-arm him into allowing them to take control of his slot-machines. But the plucky tailor, with the help of the local authorities, resists, gets the gangsters imprisoned and goes back to his new career. Songs include: "The Lady Dances," "Shake It Off with Rhythm," "You Have Me High, You Have Me Low," "Calabash Pipe."more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Philip Rapp, Frank R. Butler, Francis Martin, Walter de Leon, Francis Martin
In Theaters:
Runtime:
United Artists

Cast

Eddie Cantor
as Eddie Pink
Ethel Merman
as Joyce Lennox
Sally Eilers
as Claribel Higg
Harry Parke
as Parkyakarkus
Helen Lowell
as Ma Carson
Gordon Jones
as Butch Carson
Jack LaRue
as Thrust
Sid Fields
as Chorley
Duke York
as Smiley
Clyde Hagar
as Pitchman
Fred Kohler Jr.
as Student Bully
Nick Lukats
as Club Lido Patron
Howard 'Red' Christi...
as Club Lido Patron
Lee Phelps
as Stage Doorman at Clu...
Robert E. Homans
as Joe - the Cop
Anya Taranda
as One of the 1936 Gold...
Howard Christie
as [uncredited]
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Critic Reviews for Strike Me Pink

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (3)

Full Review… | October 18, 2008
Variety
Top Critic

Full Review… | March 25, 2006
New York Times
Top Critic

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Chicago Reader
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Strike Me Pink

½

never could understand the fuss over this guy, even his guest appearance in tv's 'boardwalk empire"

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