The Girl Said 'No'- also released as With Words and Music (October 15, 1937)

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The Girl Said No
 

Released on October 15, 1937: A bookie gets revenge on a dime-a-dance girl who cons him out of a bundle of money.

Produced by Andrew L. Stone

Directed by Andrew L. Stone

The Actors: Robert Armstrong (Jimmie Allen), Irene-Hervey (Pearl Proctor and Beep-Bo), Paula Stone (Mabel), Edward Brophy (Pick), William Danforth (Howard Hathaway - The Mikado), Vera Ross (Beatrice Hathaway - Katisha), Richard Tucker (Charles Dillon), Harry Tyler (Chuck Fairfax), Gwili Andre (Gretchen Holman), Max Davidson (Max), Josef Swickard (Jonesy), Bert Roach (Sugar Plum), Horace Murphy (Joe), Vivian Hart (Beatrice - Pitti-Sing), Frank Moulan (Mark - Ko-Ko), Allen Rogers (John - The Minstrel), Carita Crawford (Yum Yum), Mildred Rogers (Peggy), Arthur Kay (Adolph - conductor), Lester Dorr (Dick Barnes, theatre manager), Phil Dunham (cafe customer), Delos Jewkes (Penzance policeman #78), Donald Kerr (Swing Land doorman), Isabel La Mal (Lady Sylvia), Wilbur Mack (unknown), Pat McKee (Mabel's dance partner), Charles McMurphy (cop), Rose Plumer (Fanny, charwoman), Claire Rochelle (Miss Pringle, aka Angel), Rolfe Sedan (headwaiter at the Ritz), Harry Semels (vocal coach), Carl Stockdale (Lockwood, critic), Tudor Williams (Penzance Policeman #27)

 

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No Dame Ever Made a Sucker Out of Me Before . . .

Opera lovers . . . Gilbert and Sullivan fans . . . what a treat this movie is . . . but first, before the tough guys that don't like opera leave, I gotta talk to them for a bit.

You can’t con a con-artist, right? What happens when a con-artist meets a con-artist? Which one will con the other? If two con-artists that are equally good at getting money out of na├»ve suckers meet, who cons whom? That is the meat of this adventure, with a little bit of singing around the edges.

Guys, have you ever been to a ‘Gentleman’s Club’ where you fell in love with a pretty dancer who flirted with you right up until your wallet was empty? Well, in this adventure a gal that dances in a dime-a-dance joint in 1937 finds a wise-cracking sucker who makes book on the horses, and she takes him for every penny he has in his pocket.

And I really don't blame him, guys . . . if you can watch the first fifteen minutes of this movie and not fall in love with Irene Hervey . . . you gotta be dead. After she makes a fool out of Robert Armstrong and empties his pockets, he intends to get revenge. . . You see, he thinks he is a better con-artist than she is, and he is very determined to get back the money he spent on chasing her, and even more.

The bookie makes her believe that he is a Broadway agent that can make her a star, and he leads her down a primrose path that will cost her a fortune. He will have his sweet revenge on the dance hall beauty, unless something happens to ruin his con. Something always happens to ruin a great con-job, doesn’t it? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Robert Armstrong and Irene Hervey
Robert Armstrong and Irene Hervey
Bert Roach
Bert Roach
Donald Kerr
Donald Kerr
Edward Brophy
Edward Brophy
Gwili Andre
Gwili Andre
Harry Tyler and Edward Brophy
Harry Tyler and Edward Brophy
Harry Tyler
Harry Tyler
Irene Hervey and Robert Armstrong
Irene Hervey and Robert Armstrong
Irene Hervey and Bert Roach
Irene Hervey and Bert Roach
Irene Hervey as Peep-Bo
Irene Hervey as Peep-Bo
Irene Hervey singing in the Mikado
Irene Hervey singing in the Mikado
Irene Hervey winks
Irene Hervey winks
Irene Hervey and Robert Armstrong
Irene Hervey and Robert Armstrong
Irene Hervey
Irene Hervey
Lester Dorr and Harry Tyler
Lester Dorr and Harry Tyler
Paula Stone
Paula Stone
Richard Tucker
Richard Tucker
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong and Richard Tucker discuss buying a horse
Robert Armstrong and Richard Tucker
Robert Armstrong and Rolfe Sedan
Robert Armstrong and Rolfe Sedan
Robert Armstrong and Vera Ross
Robert Armstrong and Vera Ross
Robert Armstrong and Irene Hervey
Robert Armstrong and Irene Hervey
Robert Armstrong as Jimmie Allen, book maker
Robert Armstrong as Jimmie Allen, book maker
Robert Armstrong and Irene Hervey
Robert Armstrong and Irene Hervey
Robert Armstrong
Robert Armstrong
Vera Ross and William Danforth
Vera Ross and William Danforth
Vera Ross and William Danforth
Vera Ross and William Danforth
Vera Ross
Vera Ross
William Danforth
William Danforth