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Delicious (1931) Director: David Butler     Writers: Guy Bolton (story),  Guy Bolton (adaptation) Stars: Janet Gaynor,  Charles Farrell,  El Brendel     Delicious represents the first time that George and Ira Gershwin ever wrote a musical score exclusively for the screen. Unfortunately, the film fails to come up to the standards set by the music, though it's not from lack of trying. Janet Gaynor stars as Heather Gordon, a poor Scotch immigrant who dreams of relocating to the United States. Her aspirations are confounded by the intractability of the customs inspectors, who are bound and determined to send Heather back whence she came. In the meantime, she takes up residence in a rooming house catering to immigrants, where the other tenants -- especially comic-relief Swede Jansen (El Brendel) -- work overtime to cheer her up. All ends happily when American millionaire Jerry Beaumont (Charles Farrell) proposes marriage, despite his family's objections. The musical numbers include the overly coy title tune, a bizarre Welcome to America setpiece in which Heather dreams that she's being greeted by a singing Statue of Liberty, and a virtually complete performance of Gershwin's Second Rhapsody (aka The New York Rhapsody). The film's highlight, however, is El Brendel's rendition of the Blah Blah Blah song, in which he itemizes every love-song cliché known to man.     Here is the link to the movie at the Internet Movie database:  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0021793/?ref_=fn_al_tt_2?
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Corsair (1931) Director: Roland West Writers: Walton Green (novel), Josephine Lovett (screenplay) Stars: Chester Morris, Thelma Todd, Fred Kohler Of interest mainly because of the talent involved, this film remains a tepid bootleg melodrama about a small-town football hero attempting to prove that he is as ruthless as his rich girlfriend's father. Spoiled Alison Corning (Alison Loyd) persuades her Wall Street banker father (Emmett Corrigan) to hire her newest beau, gridiron star John Hawkes (Chester Morris). Hawkes, however, does not approve of the banker's heartless business practices and is fired for refusing to sell questionable stock. To get back at Corning, John and his tipsy sidekick Chub Hopping (Frank McHugh), go into business together, hijacking the bootleg cargo of gangster Big John (Fred Kohler) and selling the contraband to Corning. Big John, as it turns out, is employed by the banker, who is thus made to pay for his own liquor twice. A couple of gang members, Slim (Ned Sparks) and Sophie (Mayo Methot), conspire with Hawkes to doublecross Big John and are killed for their efforts. Despite the ruthlessness of the gangster and his henchman Fish Face (Frank Rice), Hawkes manages to get the upper hand, proving once and for all that he is the banker's equal and worthy of Alison's love. Corsair (which was the name of Chester Morris' pirate vessel) was produced at Catalina Island by silent screen director Roland West as a showcase for for his girlfriend Thelma Todd. A gifted comedienne, Todd was made to change her name to Alison Loyd for the occasion, but producer-director West gave her very little to work with, and she quickly returned to her former employer, comedy king Hal Roach. West, who had helmed a couple of interesting silent melodramas, ended his screen career with Corsair, opening instead a restaurant with Todd as his partner. The Thelma Todd Sidewalk Café on Pacific Coast Highway just north of Santa Monica remained a popular industry hangout until Todd's mysterious death in 1935 from carbon monoxide poisoning in a garage belonging to Roland West's estranged wife, silent screen actress Jewel Carmen.         Here is the link to the movie at the Internet Movie database: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0021764/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1                 
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Dirigible (1931) Director: Frank Capra     Writers: Frank Wead (story),  Jo Swerling (adaptation)  Stars: Jack Holt,  Ralph Graves,  Fay Wray    A pair of US Navy pilots, Lt. Cmdr. Jack Braden (Jack Holt) and Lt. Frisky Pierce (Ralph Graves), have a longstanding rivalry that cuts across the professional and personal lives. In the air, Braden has set all kinds of performance and endurance records commanding dirigibles, lighter-than-air craft, extending their potential uses and missions in significant ways; meanwhile Pierce, who has a flashier personality, has grabbed the headlines with daredevil stunts that often represent less achievement than sheer recklessness on his part. And on the ground, they've long shared an attraction to Helen (Fay Wray) -- she married Frisky, but now finds she is miserably unhappy as his wife, always playing second fiddle to his stunts and the press corps following him, and constantly worrying about his safety with each new flight. Their conflict comes to a head when both men accept the challenge of reaching the South Pole -- Braden refuses to allow Pierce along, even though his airship will have a plane attached to it and a pilot aboard. His mission ends in failure when a freak storm destroys the dirigible, and Pierce leads the rescue, thus adding to his reputation as a hero and further alienating both Braden and his own wife. Now it's Pierce's turn, flying a tri-motor plane from a forward base in the Antarctic, and he just about succeeds, until his daredevil nature causes a tragedy that not only engulfs him and his crew, but threatens to destroy his wife and Braden as well.    Here is the link to the movie at the Internet Movie database:  http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0021799/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1                       
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