Two Heads on a Pillow (October 2, 1934)

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Neil Hamilton in Two Heads on a Pillow
 

Released on October 2, 1934: Two divorce lawyers who were once married to each other battle in court over the divorce of a young couple.

Produced by M.H. Hoffman

Directed by William Nigh

The Actors: Neil Hamilton (John C. Smith), Miriam Jordan (Evelyn Smith and Evelyn Adams), Henry Armetta (Enrico Populopulini), Hardie Albright (David L. Talbot), Dorothy Appleby (Mitzie LaVerne), Mary Forbes (Mrs. Caroline Devonshire), Edward Martindel (Judge Benjamin Gorman), Claude King (Albert Devonshire), Lona Andre (Pamela Devonshire), Betty Blythe (Mrs. Agnes Walker), Eddie Kane (Samuel Walker), Claire McDowell (Mrs. Helen Gorman), George J. Lewis (Anthony Populopulini), Emily Fitzroy (Mrs. Van Suydam), Nellie V. Nichols (Mrs. Rose Populopulini), Jilda Ford (cabaret singer), Mary Foy (Mrs. Jenner), Jack Kennedy (Mr. Jenner), Theodore Lorch (jury member), Frances Morris (receptionist), Dennis O'Keefe (nightclub patron), Lee Phelps (court clerk), Ronald R. Rondell (nightclub patron)

 

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The Battle Axe and Stewed Prunes

Sincere Warning: Females should NOT watch this movie. . . . Please. . . . Just pick another story to watch today. Are you gone now? All right – For you fellows who are still here . . . . As I write this I have been watching very old movies and writing reviews every day for five years, and I have never seen a movie as politically incorrect as this one. I’ve shared old movies that have racist and bigoted scenes toward black folk, Scottish folk, Polish folk, Italian folk, Jewish folk, poor folk, and more . . . . But never, ever have I encountered a story that is so blatantly bigoted and biased towards . . . . . Mothers-in-Law! . . . . No Joke. . . . . I would never jest about a thing like that. My fingers are trembling as I type these words. I have never yet received any ‘hate mail’ from movie fans, but I fear that this movie and this review may spawn notes filled with angry words. Now, . . . . I think that this is one of the funniest romantic comedies that I have ever seen, but I’m a guy. . . . And it isn’t only Mothers-in-Law that are ridiculed, it is women and marriage itself that are run through the wringer. The men in this story are the ‘heroes’ – if there can be heroes in a romantic comedy. I have watched countless romantic comedies where the women are the smart ones who manipulate us dumb guys into love and marriage, but this story is very, very different. It begins with a fight between a new husband and wife who will get divorced because of the battle axe. We later learn that the husband is a divorce lawyer, and his now divorced wife becomes a divorce lawyer, and they will meet in court over the divorce of another young couple. I’ve gotta tell you, the authors of the dialogue don’t spare us, and the attack on marriage . . . . Or more correctly . . . . The attack on Mother’s-in-Law and bossy women in general are ruthless and severe. Very funny stuff if you are a guy, but fellows, let me warn you . . . . I strongly recommend that you don’t let the gal you love watch this one with you . . . . It may end a beautiful relationship . . . . And would you believe it? . . . . This story was written by a woman . . . . Dorothy Canfield . . . . . Go figure . . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Miriam Jordan
Miriam Jordan
Betty Blythe
Betty Blythe
Claire McDowell and Edward Martindel
Claire McDowell and Edward Martindel
Claire McDowell and Edward Martindel
Claire McDowell and Edward Martindel
Claude King
Claude King
Claude King
Claude King
Dorothy Appleby and Eddie Kane
Dorothy Appleby and Eddie Kane
Dorothy Appleby and Hardie Albright
Dorothy Appleby and Hardie Albright
Dorothy Appleby
Dorothy Appleby
Eddie Kane
Eddie Kane
Edward Martindel and Miriam Jordan
Edward Martindel and Miriam Jordan
Emily Fitzroy and Neil Hamilton
Emily Fitzroy and Neil Hamilton
Emily Fitzroy
Emily Fitzroy
George J. Lewis
George J. Lewis
George J. Lewis and Henry Armetta
George J. Lewis and Henry Armetta
George J. Lewis
George J. Lewis
Hardie Albright and Betty Blythe
Hardie Albright and Betty Blythe
Hardie Albright and Dorothy Appleby
Hardie Albright and Dorothy Appleby
Hardie Albright and Miriam Jordan
Hardie Albright and Miriam Jordan
Hardie Albright and Neil Hamilton
Hardie Albright and Neil Hamilton
Hardie Albright
Hardie Albright
Henry Armetta
Henry Armetta
Henry Armetta, Claude King and Miriam Jordan
Henry Armetta, Claude King and Miriam Jordan
Henry Armetta and Claude King
Henry Armetta and Claude King
Henry Armetta
Henry Armetta
Jack Kennedy and Mary Foy
Jack Kennedy and Mary Foy
Jilda Ford
Jilda Ford
Lona Andre
Lona Andre
Mary Forbes
Mary Forbes
Mary Forbes and Claude King
Mary Forbes and Claude King
Mary Forbes
Mary Forbes
Mary Forbes
Mary Forbes
Miriam Jordan
Miriam Jordan
Miriam Jordan and Neil Hamilton
Miriam Jordan and Neil Hamilton
Miriam Jordan and Neil Hamilton
Miriam Jordan and Neil Hamilton
Miriam Jordan
Miriam Jordan
Miriam Jordan
Miriam Jordan
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton and Dorothy Appleby
Neil Hamilton and Dorothy Appleby
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton