The Love Test (July 1, 1935)

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Judy Gunn in The Love Test
 

Released on July 1, 1935: A geeky girl chemist turns into a hot and sensuous woman when the other chemists plot to have one of them pretend to fall in love with her to prevent her from being promoted to head chemist.

Produced by Leslie Landau

Directed by Michael Powell

The Actors: Judy Gunn (Mary Lee), Louis Hayward (John Gregg), David Hutcheson (Thompson), Googie Withers (Minnie), Morris Harvey (company president), Aubrey Dexter (company vice-president Tilling), Eve Turner (Kathleen), Bernard Miles (chemist Allan), Jack Knight (managing director Montgomery), Gilbert Davis (Hosiah Smith, chief chemist), Shayle Gardner (night watchman), James Craig (boiler man), Thorley Walters (chemist), Ian Wilson (chemist)

 

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A Hunk, A Hunk of Burning Love

A small London chemistry laboratory has been hired to find a way to make plastic Kewpie dolls fireproof. No matter what they try, the little plastic dolls will burn quickly and furiously. Coincidentally, the head chemist is going to quit his job in a month because of a severe medical problem . . . . He has uncontrollable hiccoughs! Thompson is a chemist with the personality of a used car salesman who desperately wants to become the head chemist, but he discovers from the silly sexy secretary Minnie that a woman will be named as head chemist. Mary Lee is a serious chemist with the looks of a tomboy who thinks society should not be bothered by sex or love because it makes people very unproductive . . . . So to speak . . . . . Anyway, when Thompson hears that this girl will become their boss instead of him, he hatches a plan to take her out of the running. He decides that one of the chemists must make love to the iceberg lady and get her to quit her job, or at least become so unproductive because of a wild night life that she will not get the promotion. He chooses shy chemist John Gregg for the job, and they force him to make advances to the iceberg lady even though he has no interest in her . . . . . Well . . . . . Of course the iceberg lady turns out to be one hot mama after some help from her worldly-wise neighbor. John Gregg, played by Louis Hayward, who would later find fame in movies and on television as a detective called The Lone Wolf, falls in love with the melting iceberg. It looks like their torrid courtship will take her out of the running to be the new boss, but even though we are talking 1935 glass ceiling era, she is promoted to the top job, and our slick Thompson decides to change course and get Gregg fired so he can make love to the now sensuous and beautiful Mary. This leads to that and on the day that Gregg is fired he accidentally discovers the formula for making the little plastic dolls fireproof, but slick Thompson will find his formula and claim it as his own. It appears that the shy chemist who fell in love with Mary will be out of the way while slick Thompson takes credit and reward for the new discovery, and even though Mary despises him, he may win her hot hand also. . . . . Maybe . . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Judy Gunn
Judy Gunn
Louis Hayward and Judy Gunn
Louis Hayward and Judy Gunn
Aubrey Dexter
Aubrey Dexter
Bernard Miles and David Hutcheson
Bernard Miles and David Hutcheson
Bernard Miles
Bernard Miles
David Hutcheson and Bernard Miles
David Hutcheson and Bernard Miles
David Hutcheson and Googie Withers
David Hutcheson and Googie Withers
David Hutcheson and Googie Withers
David Hutcheson and Googie Withers
David Hutcheson
David Hutcheson
Eve Turner
Eve Turner
Eve Turner and Judy Gunn
Eve Turner and Judy Gunn
Eve Turner and Louis Hayward
Eve Turner and Louis Hayward
Eve Turner
Eve Turner
Gilbert Davis
Gilbert Davis
Gilbert Davis and David Hutcheson
Gilbert Davis and David Hutcheson
Glbert Davis
Glbert Davis
Googie Withers
Googie Withers
Googie Withers, David Hutcheson and Louis Hayward
Googie Withers, David Hutcheson and Louis Hayward
Googie Withers and David Hutcheson
Googie Withers and David Hutcheson
Googie Withers
Googie Withers
Googie Withers
Googie Withers
Jack Knight
Jack Knight
James Craig
James Craig
Judy Gunn and David Hutcheson
Judy Gunn and David Hutcheson
Judy Gunn and David Hutcheson
Judy Gunn and David Hutcheson
Judy Gunn and Louis Hayward
Judy Gunn and Louis Hayward
Judy Gunn and Louis Hayward on their first date
Judy Gunn and Louis Hayward on their first date
Judy Gunn and Louis Hayward
Judy Gunn and Louis Hayward
Judy Gunn in the laboratroy
Judy Gunn in the laboratroy
Judy Gunn
Judy Gunn
Judy Gunn kisses Louis Hayward
Judy Gunn kisses Louis Hayward
Judy Gunn
Judy Gunn
Louis Hayward
Louis Hayward
Louis Hayward, David Hutcheson and Bernard Miles
Louis Hayward, David Hutcheson and Bernard Miles
Louis Hayward and David Hutcheson
Louis Hayward and David Hutcheson
Louis Hayward
Louis Hayward
Morris Harvey
Morris Harvey