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Here Comes Cookie

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Here Comes Cookie
Directed byNorman Z. McLeod
Produced byWilliam LeBaron
Screenplay byDon Hartman
Story byDon Hartman
Sam Mintz
StarringGeorge Burns
Gracie Allen
George Barbier
Betty Furness
Andrew Tombes
Rafael Storm
Music byFriedrich Hollaender
CinematographyGilbert Warrenton
Edited byRichard C. Currier
Production
company
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
  • August 30, 1935 (1935-08-30)
Running time
65 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Here Comes Cookie is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and written by Don Hartman. The film stars George Burns, Gracie Allen, George Barbier, Betty Furness, Andrew Tombes and Rafael Storm. The film was released on August 30, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.[1][2][3]

Plot

Millionaire Harrison Allen is determined that his daughter Phyllis does not marry her fortune-hunting beau, Ramon del Ramos. Harrison and his secretary, George Burns, draw up a document in which Harrison temporarily signs over his fortune to his other daughter Gracie, who calls herself "Cookie," for a period of sixty days, in order to prove Ramon's avarice. While Harrison goes back to his hometown for a vacation, witless Gracie takes her father's farce to heart and proceeds to destroy his fortune and his home. She cuts George's salary, refuses to send her father any money, and destroys everyone's clothes so they will look like tramps. While the butler, Botts, George and Phyllis slowly starve, they also lose their sleep because Gracie turns the mansion into a no-cost boardinghouse for hundreds of out-of-work actors and their animals. When Ramon realizes that Gracie has all the money, he pursues her, and she naively decides to marry him. Spirits reach an all-time low when Botts finds it preferable to sleep on a park bench, rather than compete with an actor for a bed. At his wits end, Botts sells a trained seal to raise enough money to send Phyllis to Clarksville and retrieve her father. Meanwhile, Gracie is tearing down the inside of the mansion to construct a theater. She plans to stage a show that will do so poorly, that the family will be broke and Harrison will let her marry Ramon. Since Gracie has sent no money, Harrison and Phyllis are forced to hitchhike part of the way home. They arrive in a taxicab, owing the driver over one hundred dollars, on the opening night of "Gracie Allen's Flop," but are refused admittance. They sneak into the mansion and stumble on stage during Gracie's unintentionally comic balcony scene from Romeo and Juliet . George brings telegrams from Hollywood with offers to hire Gracie as a producer, because her show is a big success. At Harrison's insistence, George agrees to marry Gracie, but only on condition that while she is on the West Coast, he is in the East.

Cast

References

  1. ^ "Here Comes Cookie (1935) - Overview". TCM.com. Retrieved 2018-10-23.
  2. ^ F.S.N. (1935-10-12). "At the Paramount". Nytimes.com. Retrieved 2018-10-23.
  3. ^ "Here Comes Cookie". Catalog.afi.com. Retrieved 2018-10-23.

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