Extravagance (October 10, 1930)
Released on October 10, 1930: (running time 62 minutes) Two married girls have fun with a wealthy bachelor playboy.
Produced by Phil Goldstone
Directed by Phil Rosen
Written by A.P. Younger and Adele S. Buffington
The Actors: June Collyer (Alice Kendall), Lloyd Hughes (Fred Garlan), Owen Moore (Jim Hamilton), Dorothy Christy (Esther Hamilton), Jameson Thomas (Morrell), Gwen Lee (Sally), Robert Agnew (Billy), Nella Walker (Mrs. Kendall), Martha Mattox (Martha, bridge player), Arthur Hoyt (bridge player), Cosmo Kyrle Bellew (fur dealer), Neal Dodd (minister), Robert Homans (process server), Addie McPhail (Fred's secretary Helen), Joan Standing (Mary, Garlan's maid), William H. Tooker (Mr. Wilson), Ellinor Vanderveer (wedding guest), Florence Wix (fur shop saleswoman)
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The Girls who would do Anything for a new Sable Coat
June Collyer and her younger brother Bud were born to one of New York’s 400 – the wealthiest 400 families in America. The debutante became an actress, appearing in several silent motion pictures before making the successful transition to sound movies.
Six months after this movie was released, June Collyer appeared in a western comedy starring Stuart Erwin, who manages a dude ranch that entertains wealthy Easterners. June Collyer is a wealthy young lady vacationing at the ranch, who falls in love with Stuart Erwin’s character. Three months after this movie premiered, June Collyer married Stuart Erwin, remaining a happy family for the rest of their lives.
June’s brother Bud Collyer would become famous as the voice of Superman in the first cartoons of the caped crusader, and then became the voice of Superman in the first Superman radio program. It was Bud Collyer who was the reason that Kryptonite was added to the Superman lore. When he needed to be away from the radio microphone for four weeks, the storyline that allowed his absence was that he was trapped behind a door and unable to move or speak because of a chunk of deadly metal next to him. When television became popular, Bud Collyer’s face became as famous as his voice when he became the television host of the game show “To Tell the Truth.”
In this story about cheating wives, June Collyer is the new bride of a hard-working businessman, and while he is working at the office, she is spending her evenings in the nightclubs with her best friend Esther, who is having a torrid love affair with a wealthy bachelor. What Esther’s husband doesn’t know won’t hurt him, and June Collyer’s character is headed down that same path. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Dorothy Christy and Jameson Thomas
Dorothy Christy, June Collyer
Ellinor Vanderveer, June Collyer
Jameson Thomas, June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes, June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes and June Collyer
Martha Mattox, June Collyer
Nella Walker, June Collyer
Owen Moore and Dorothy Christy