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The Girl O' My Dreams (November 17, 1934)

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The Girl O' My Dreams
 

Released on November 17, 1934: A light hearted look at college life in 1934 with future acting greats Arthur Lake and Lon Chaney Jr.

Produced by William T. Lackey

Directed by Ray McCarey

The Actors: Mary Carlisle (Gwen), Sterling Holloway (Spec Early), Edward J. Nugent (Larry Haines), Arthur Lake (Bobby Burns), Lon Chaney Jr. (Don Cooper), Tom Dugan (Joe Smiley), Gigi Parrish (Mary), Jeanie Roberts (Kittens), Lee Shumway (Coach), Ted Dahl and his Orchestra (themselves), Harry Bowen (Harry, newsreel photographer), George Cleveland (newsreel company man), Betty Mae Crane (Nip and Tuck Twin), Beverly Crane (Nip and Tuck Twin), Jack Frost (one of the 'Three Lieutenants'), Herbert Hall (one of the 'Three Lieutenants'), Olaf Hytten (Professor E. Phlatt, Department of Music), Frank McKee (one of the 'Three Lieutenants')

 
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The Difference Between Nip and Tuck

Time for a happy romp through college days with three young men and three . . . er . . . . Four young girls . . . . One of our college lads is dating blonde twins! In 1934 President Franklin D. Roosevelt was assuring us all that the Great Depression would soon end and that ‘Prosperity is Just Around the Corner.’ At Rawley College the only depression is the mood of the boys when their girlfriends are mad at them. The story is about a sports event and the three Rawley athletes hoping to bring victory to the school, but all of the action is around the girls, and their efforts to trap the boys of their choice

Fans of classic cinema remember Lon Chaney Jr. as the wolf man, and other beasts of horror, but in this story he is the ruggedly handsome muscle-man athlete of Rawley College, and he even sings a song in the frat house that is pretty darn good. His girlfriend Mary is frustrated because he thinks more about sports than he does about her.

Our second athlete is played by Edward J. Nugent, who often played the handsome, witty, self-confident winner, and he is the college track star, dating the blonde hottie of the campus. Gwen’s problem with him is that he thinks he is God’s Gift to women, and although he probably is, she would like him to pay as much attention to her as he does to himself.

Our third athlete is a pole vault champ played by Arthur Lake, who would become famous a few years later in the movie versions of the newspaper comic strip Dagwood and Blondie. In this story he is dating the Crane sisters, blonde twins with the nicknames Nip and Tuck, and it seems that they enjoy taking turns dating him without letting him know which one they are, much to his dismay.

Comic complications ensue, and the blonde hottie decides to make her big man on campus track star jealous, so she flirts with muscle-man Lon Chaney Jr., and he suddenly discovers the mystery of seductive women and his mind no longer thinks only about sports. His girlfriend and the confident track star decide that what is good for the goose is good for the gander, and they pretend to like each other to get even.

Of course, both couples are unhappy, but neither will give in and return to the ones that they really love, and as the big sports event approaches, both athletes are in a blue funk and will not perform at their best. . . . . Unless something happens that will suddenly straighten out this confusing mess. . . . But even after the two boys get straightened out with their girls and win their event, the school needs one more champion effort by the pole vaulting efforts of Arthur Lake. The one thing that will inspire him to greatness is the promise of knowing the secret between which of his girlfriends is Nip and which twin is Tuck, so he will always know which of his twin girlfriends he is with. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Arthur Lake and Betty Mae Crane
Arthur Lake and Betty Mae Crane
Arthur Lake and Edward J. Nugent
Arthur Lake and Edward J. Nugent
Arthur Lake and Gigi Parrish
Arthur Lake and Gigi Parrish
Arthur Lake and Jeanie Roberts
Arthur Lake and Jeanie Roberts
Betty Mae Crane, Arthur Lake and Beverly Crane
Betty Mae Crane, Arthur Lake and Beverly Crane
Beverly Crane and Betty Mae Crane
Beverly Crane and Betty Mae Crane
Edward J. Nugent and Gigi Parrish
Edward J. Nugent and Gigi Parrish
Edward J. Nugent, Mary Carlisle and Tom Dugan
Edward J. Nugent, Mary Carlisle and Tom Dugan
Edward J. Nugent and Sterling Holloway
Edward J. Nugent and Sterling Holloway
Edward J. Nugent and Sterling Holloway
Edward J. Nugent and Sterling Holloway
Edward J. Nugent and Sterling Holloway
Edward J. Nugent and Sterling Holloway
Edward J. Nugent and Tom Dugan
Edward J. Nugent and Tom Dugan
Edward J. Nugent and Tom Dugan
Edward J. Nugent and Tom Dugan
Edward J. Nugent
Edward J. Nugent
George Cleveland and Edward J. Nugent
George Cleveland and Edward J. Nugent
George Cleveland
George Cleveland
Gigi Parrish and Edward J. Nugent
Gigi Parrish and Edward J. Nugent
Gigi Parrish and Edward J. Nugent
Gigi Parrish and Edward J. Nugent
Gigi Parrish and Lon Chaney Jr.
Gigi Parrish and Lon Chaney Jr.
Gigi Parrish and Mary Carlisle
Gigi Parrish and Mary Carlisle
Gigi Parrish and Edward J. Nugent
Gigi Parrish and Edward J. Nugent
Gigi Parrish
Gigi Parrish
Harry Bowen and George Cleveland
Harry Bowen and George Cleveland
Harry Bowen and George Cleveland
Harry Bowen and George Cleveland
Harry Bowen and George Cleveland
Harry Bowen and George Cleveland
Harry Bowen
Harry Bowen
Jeanie Roberts
Jeanie Roberts
Jeanie Roberts and Arthur Lake
Jeanie Roberts and Arthur Lake
Jeanie Roberts and Edward J. Nugent
Jeanie Roberts and Edward J. Nugent
Jeanie Roberts
Jeanie Roberts
Jeanie Roberts and Sterling Holloway
Jeanie Roberts and Sterling Holloway
Jeanie Roberts
Jeanie Roberts
Lee Shumway, Lon Chaney Jr. and Tom Dugan
Lee Shumway, Lon Chaney Jr. and Tom Dugan
Lee Shumway and Lon Chaney Jr.
Lee Shumway and Lon Chaney Jr.
Lee Shumway and Tom Dugan
Lee Shumway and Tom Dugan
Lee Shumway and Tom Dugan
Lee Shumway and Tom Dugan
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr. and Mary Carlisle
Lon Chaney Jr. and Mary Carlisle
Lon Chaney Jr. and Tom Dugan
Lon Chaney Jr. and Tom Dugan
Lon Chaney Jr.
Lon Chaney Jr.
Mary Carlisle
Mary Carlisle
Mary Carlisle and Edward J. Nugent
Mary Carlisle and Edward J. Nugent
Mary Carlisle and Lon Chaney Jr.
Mary Carlisle and Lon Chaney Jr.
Mary Carlisle and Lon Chaney Jr.
Mary Carlisle and Lon Chaney Jr.
Mary Carlisle
Mary Carlisle
Olaf Hytten
Olaf Hytten
Sterling Holloway and Arthur Lake
Sterling Holloway and Arthur Lake
Sterling Holloway and Gigi Parrish
Sterling Holloway and Gigi Parrish
Sterling Holloway and Tom Dugan
Sterling Holloway and Tom Dugan
Sterling Holloway
Sterling Holloway
Ted Dahl and His Orchestra
Ted Dahl and His Orchestra
Tom Dugan, Lon Chaney Jr. and Arthur Lake
Tom Dugan, Lon Chaney Jr. and Arthur Lake