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Swing High, Swing Low

1937

Taken from IMDB : In Panama, Maggie King meets soldier Skid Johnson on his last day in the army and reluctantly agrees to a date to celebrate. The two become involved in a nightclub brawl which causes Maggie to miss her ship back to the States. Now stranded, she's forced to move in with Skid and his pal Harry. She soon falls in love with Skid. Skid gets a job playing the trumpet at a local club and becomes a big success. Fame and fortune go to his head which eventually destroys his relationship Maggie and his career.


Swing High, Swing Low is a 1937 in film United States romance film drama starring Carole Lombard and Fred MacMurray.<></><></>
This is the second film adaptation, after The Dance of Life (1929) and before When My Baby Smiles at Me (film) (1948), of the popular Broadway play Burlesque (play), by George Manker Watters and Arthur Hopkins.

Cast

  • Carole Lombard ... Marguerite 'Maggie' King
  • Fred MacMurray ... Skid Johnson
  • Charles Butterworth (actor) ... Harry
  • Jean Dixon... Ella
  • Dorothy Lamour ... Anita Alvarez
  • Harvey Stephens ... Harvey Howell
  • Cecil Cunningham ... Murphy
  • Charles Arnt ... Georgie Herman
  • Franklin Pangborn ... Henri
  • Anthony Quinn ... The Don
  • Charles Judels ... Tony Morelli

Releases

In 1965, the film entered the List of films in the public domain in the United States due to the claimants failure to renew its copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.<></>


  • Category:1937 films
    Category:1930s musical films
    Category:1930s romance films
    Category:American musical drama films
    Category:American romantic drama films
    Category:American romantic musical films
    Category:English-language films
    Category:Spanish-language films
    Category:Films based on plays
    Category:Films directed by Mitchell Leisen
    Category:Black-and-white films
    Category:Paramount Pictures films

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