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Extravagance (October 10, 1930)

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June Collyer and Lloyd Hughes
 

Released on October 10, 1930: Two married girls have fun with a wealthy bachelor playboy.

Produced by Phil Goldstone

Directed by Phil Rosen

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 Two Sugar Plums and their Sugar-Daddy

As our pre-code drama opens Alice and Fred are getting married. Is there any happier day in the life of a loving couple? Fred’s best man Jim has been married for five years, and his wife is the new bride’s best friend. As the new bride is tossing her bouquet to the clamoring girls, her girlfriend Esther leaves the amorous grip of her husband and rushes up the stairs to secretly make a phone call.

Esther calls wealthy bachelor-playboy Harrison Morrell, and explains that her husband is suddenly amorous after watching the wedding, and she will not be able to meet him until tomorrow. Then the new bride and her friend Esther are in a dressing room as Alice changes from her wedding gown to traveling clothes. The talk is about the men in their lives, and Alice proclaims with a giggle that just because she is getting married doesn’t mean that she will be out of circulation.

That’s all you need to know about the drama that is unfolding, but let me tell you just a smidgen about June Collyer, who is the new bride, Alice. June was nothing like the character she plays in this drama, in fact a few months after filming this movie she would marry actor Stuart Erwin and remain happily married to him until his death many years later.

June would leave movie acting and only return many years later in a situation comedy television show remembered as ‘The Trouble with Father,’ where June played the tv wife of Stuart Erwin, her real-life husband. June’s brother Bud Collyer would become famous as the host of a 1950’s television game show called, “To Tell the Truth.” But enough about June and her brother Bud. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

The wedding kiss
The wedding kiss
Arthur Hoyt
Arthur Hoyt
Dorothy Christy and Jameson Thomas
Dorothy Christy and Jameson Thomas
Dorothy Christy and Owen Moore
Dorothy Christy and Owen Moore
Dorothy Christy
Dorothy Christy
Dorothy Christy and Jameson Thomas
Dorothy Christy and Jameson Thomas
Dorothy Christy
Dorothy Christy
Jameson Thomas and June Collyer
Jameson Thomas and June Collyer
Jameson Thomas
Jameson Thomas
June Collyer
June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes
Lloyd Hughes
Lloyd Hughes and Addie McPhail
Lloyd Hughes and Addie McPhail
Lloyd Hughes and June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes and June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes and June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes and June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes and June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes and June Collyer
Lloyd Hughes
Lloyd Hughes
Nella Walker and June Collyer
Nella Walker and June Collyer
Owen Moore and Dorothy Christy
Owen Moore and Dorothy Christy