Dancing Man (February 23, 1934)

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Reginald Denny is the Dancing Man
 

Released on February 23, 1934: A dancing gigolo gets involved with a wealthy lady and her young step-daughter, and murder is the result.

Produced by Rose Judell Reisman

Directed by Albert Ray

The Actors: Reginald Denny (Paul Drexel, the gigolo), Judith Allen (Diane Trevor, the daughter), Edmund Breese (J.C. Trevor, the father), Natalie Moorhead (Tamara Trevor, the wife), Edwin Maxwell (Morton Randall, private eye), Douglas Cosgrove (Police Captain Donovan), Robert Ellis (Cavendish the chauffeur), Charlotte Merriam (Celestine Castle), Huntley Gordon (Mason, businessman sending Drexel to South America), Maude Truax (Mrs. St. John, plump gigolo customer), Donald Stuart (Eddie Stryker, private eye associate)

 

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Dancing Man . . . Just a Gigolo

Did you ever ponder on how you might die? I have, and I have decided that I will pass quietly in my sleep sometime after I turn 90 . . . I have a friend who led a very exciting life as an Air Force officer and then a Sheriff's Deputy, who often looks at me with a twinkle in his eye and declares that he will be shot by a jealous husband . . . no doubt about it. This adventure starts out as a sexy gigolo soap opera ménage à trois and then turns into a cracker-jack murder detective mystery, with clues busting out all around us. Reginald Denny is gigolo Paul Drexel, dancing with all the girls who pay him handsomely to cling to them as they twirl around the nightclub floor . . . and more. One of his customers is Tamara, played by Natalie Moorhead, and she is fatally in love with gigolo Drexel, to the point that she threatens to kill herself if he ever dumps her. Tamara is married to wealthy J.C. Trevor, played by Edmund Breese, and J.C. has a young daughter Diane . . . who met gigolo Drexel in college and when they spot each other today, they fall in love. So we have gigolo Drexel, who 'dances' with all the ladies for money, including Tamara . . . and young Diane, who loves Drexel and has no idea that he is a gigolo specializing on her step-mother . . . oh, and don't forget poor old J.C. . . . he discovers that his wife is having a love affair with Drexel . . . and then discovers that his daughter also loves the gigolo . . . the poor old guy just can't catch a break . . . and when his cheating wife is found shot to death in the gigolo's apartment, he might just be a pretty nifty suspect. But then we discover from the family chauffeur that step-mother Tamara has more lovers in her life than Carter has little liver pills (google it, kiddies, it's an expression from the past). Who had a motive for killing Tamara? . . . . heh . . . . it would be easier to list the people who DIDN'T have a motive for killing the man-loving vamp. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Donald Stuart
Donald Stuart
Donald Stuart
Donald Stuart
Douglas Cosgrove
Douglas Cosgrove
Douglas Cosgrove and Robert Ellis
Douglas Cosgrove and Robert Ellis
Edmund Breese
Edmund Breese
Edmund Breese and Judith Allen
Edmund Breese and Judith Allen
Edmund Breese and Natalie Moorhead
Edmund Breese and Natalie Moorhead
Edmund Breeze and Judith Allen
Edmund Breeze and Judith Allen
Edwin Maxwell
Edwin Maxwell
Huntley Gordon
Huntley Gordon
Judith Allen
Judith Allen
Judith Allen meets Edwin Maxwell
Judith Allen meets Edwin Maxwell
Judith Allen and Huntley Gordon
Judith Allen and Huntley Gordon
Judith Allen and Natalie Moorhead
Judith Allen and Natalie Moorhead
Judith Allen and Natalie Moorhead
Judith Allen and Natalie Moorhead
Judith Allen
Judith Allen
Judith Allen
Judith Allen
Judith Allen and Charlotte Merriam
Judith Allen and Charlotte Merriam
Judith Allen and Charlotte Merriam
Judith Allen and Charlotte Merriam
Natalie Moorhead in 1934
Natalie Moorhead in 1934
Natalie Moorhead and Judith Allen
Natalie Moorhead and Judith Allen
Natalie Moorhead and Reginald Denny
Natalie Moorhead and Reginald Denny
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead
Natalie Moorhead and Reginald Denny
Natalie Moorhead and Reginald Denny
Reginald Denny
Reginald Denny
Reginald Denny and Judith Allen
Reginald Denny and Judith Allen
Reginald Denny, Natalie Moorhead and Edmund Breese
Reginald Denny, Natalie Moorhead and Edmund Breese
Reginald Denny
Reginald Denny
Robert Ellis and Judith Allen
Robert Ellis and Judith Allen