Escape to Paradise (December 22, 1939)
Released on December 22, 1939: (running time 61 minutes) Bobby Breen sings his way through this South American paradise with a wealthy playboy who runs away from dizzy blonde Penelope and chases exotic Juanita.
Produced by Sol Lesser
Directed by Erle C. Kenton
Written by Ian McLellan Hunter, Herbert Clyde Lewis and Weldon Melick
The Actors: Bobby Breen (Roberto Ramos), Kent Taylor (Richard Fleming), Marla Shelton (Juanita Miguel), Rudolph Anders (Alexander Komac), Joyce Compton (Penelope Carter), Pedro de Cordoba (Don Miguel), Rosina Galli (Brigida the Duena), Anna Demetrio (Senora Ramos, Roberto's mother), Francisco Maran (Perez), Carlos Villarias (Gonzales), Frank Yaconelli (Manuel, taxi driver), George Meeker (Harry Wilson), Victor Sen Yung (unknown)
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Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band, and the Young Cupid
There are only a few really huge turning points in the evolution of music, and one of the greatest was the release of the “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” record album by the Beatles in 1967. The cover of this classic and revolutionary album is almost as famous as the music itself. Four wax figures of the Fab Four are standing next to the real Beatles in the front row. Surrounding them and behind them are cutout photos of their heroes, many of them movie stars of the day, and many from the earliest days of motion pictures.
George Harrison stands to the far right of the Fab Four, dressed in a bright red outfit. Next to him are movie legends Marlene Dietrich, and standing next to her is British actress Diana Dors, with little Shirley Temple between them. But wait, between Marlene Dietrich and George Harrison, there is the face of a young boy, smiling at George Harrison. Yes, it is the face of Bobby Breen, the star of this story. George Harrison wasn’t born until a few years after the Bobby Breen movies appeared in theaters, so I’m guessing that he saw them on the telly, just like most of us were first introduced to the older classics.
In this adventure, Bobby Breen is the young son of a lady who runs the hotel in a small South American town. When the son of a wealthy American gets off a cruise ship docked at the town, Bobby Breen offers to take him into town on his motorcycle with a side-car. This leads to that, and young Bobby Breen will not only help the wealthy man find a beautiful señorita to woo, but also help the town set up a trade deal with the U.S. that will make the town and the American very wealthy. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Bobby Breen, Kent Taylor
Bobby Breen, Marla Shelton
Marla Shelton, Pedro de Cordoba
PEdro de Cordoba
Pedro de Cordoba, Kent Taylor, Marla Shelton
Rudolph Anders, Marla Shelton