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Twenty Million Sweethearts

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Twenty Million Sweethearts
Twenty million sweethearts.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byRay Enright
Written byPaul Finder Moss
Jerry Wald
StarringPat O'Brien
Dick Powell
Ginger Rogers
CinematographySidney Hickox
Edited byClarence Kolster
Music byHarry Warren
Distributed byFirst National
Warner Bros.
Release date
  • May 26, 1934 (1934-05-26)
Running time
89 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$202,000[1]
Box office$1,213,000[1]

Twenty Million Sweethearts is a 1934 American Pre-Code musical comedy film directed by Ray Enright and starring Pat O'Brien, Dick Powell, Ginger Rogers, and The Mills Brothers. The film was remade in 1949 as My Dream Is Yours.

Plot

Agent Russell Edward 'Rush' Blake (Pat O'Brien) is able to promote the singing tenor waiter Buddy Clayton (Dick Powell) as a major radio star whilst Buddy's wife Peggy Cornell (Ginger Rogers) loses out. In the end, Peggy does not lose Buddy to his "twenty million sweethearts" – his female fans.

Cast

Music

The film features the well-known song "I'll String Along with You" by Harry Warren and Al Dubin.

Reception

The film was considered a box office disappointment for Warner Bros.[2] According to studio records, it earned $821,000 domestically and $392,000 foreign.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c Glancy, H. Mark (1995). "Warner Bros Film Grosses, 1921–51: The William Shaefer Ledger". Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. 15: 15. doi:10.1080/01439689508604551.
  2. ^ Churchill, Douglas W. (November 25, 1934). "Taking A Look at the Record". The New York Times. ProQuest 101193306.

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