Society Fever (June 21, 1935)

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Lloyd Hughes and Lois Wilson in Society Fever
 

Released on June 21, 1935: The Prouty family has a hard time making ends meet when their famous author father dies, and when a young man who wants to buy their house arrives, everything goes more crazy than normal.

Produced by Maury M. Cohen

Directed by Frank R. Strayer

The Actors: Lois Wilson (Portia Prouty), Lloyd Hughes (Graham Smith), Hedda Hopper (Mrs. Vandergriff), Guinn 'Big Boy' Williams (Edgar Prouty), Grant Withers (Ronald Dawson, lawyer), Marion Shilling (Victoria Vandergriff), George Irving (Mr. Vandergriff), Sheila Terry (Lucretia 'Lucy' Prouty), Maidel Turner (Mrs. Prouty), Lois January (Juliette 'Julie' Prouty), Erville Alderson (Uncle Andy), Kathryn Sheldon (Minnie the housekeeper), Reginald Sheffield (Lord Michael Renfrew), Shirley Hill (Marjorie Vandergriff), Lew Kelly (Hanly), Anthony Marsh (Allan Prouty), Richard Hemingway (Bob Miller, Lucy's boyfriend), Robert McKenzie (bill collector), Edward Peil Sr. (Booker)

 
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The Dinner Party

The large Prouty family lives in a large house in a small town, and they are broke. Mr. Prouty was a famous author who kept them in luxurious style before his death, but now they are selling everything in the house just to make ends meet. A mysterious millionaire has just purchased a large tract of land nearby and a fellow visits the Prouty house to possibly purchase the house for the millionaire owner of the company that is building a new plant nearby. When the fellow meets Portia Prouty, the oldest daughter of the large family, he falls instantly in love with her, and she with him. It doesn’t take us long to surmise that the young fellow is in fact the millionaire businessman, but everyone thinks he is just an employee. The Prouty family consists of the mother, three sisters and two brothers, and all of them have distinct and quirky personalities that add considerable spice to the story . . . . . And besides Mother and the five grown children, there is Uncle Andy, a maybe hard of hearing old coot that makes the rest of the family seem normal. The skunk in the woodpile is the family lawyer, who brings the family ever smaller royalty checks for their late father’s books, and who wants to ‘help’ the family by purchasing the rights to his books for five hundred dollars. Thanks to comic misunderstandings the fellow thinks that Portia is in love with her, but he is really in love with her sister. This leads to that and Portia’s sister Lucy wants to hob-nob with the wealthy Vandergriffs, and thanks to a big misunderstanding the Vandergriffs along with their British house guest Lord Michael invite themselves to dinner at the Prouty home. With no money to buy food, the Prouty home is tossed into disarray as they try to prepare for an evening with the Vandergriffs. All seems to be ready for the dinner party, but when Millie the housekeeper answers the door it is not the Vandergriffs, but is a man named Booker. . . . . A man that no one knows . . . . Except the young fellow who wants to buy the house and marry Portia . . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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