Love Takes Flight (October 18, 1937)

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Love Takes Flight
 

Released on October 18, 1937: When a playboy airline pilot becomes a movie star the stewardess who loves him becomes a test pilot to get help her forget him.

Produced by George A. Hirliman

Directed by Conrad Nagel

The Actors: Bruce Cabot (Neil 'Brad' Bradshaw), Beatrice Roberts (Joan Lawson), John Sheehan (Spud Johnson, airline vice president), Astrid Allwyn (Diane Audrey), Elliot Fisher (Tommy Lawson), Bill Elliott (Bill Parker), Edwin Maxwell (Dave Miller), Harry Tyler (Harry Stone), Peter Potter (Co-pilot Tex Rice), Grady Sutton (Donald), Arthur Hoyt (Mr. Grey, airline president), William L. Thorne (Bill Parker Sr.), Brooks Benedict (Eddie), Henry Roquemore (Woodsy), Carol Tevis (Myrtle Johnson), Jack Duffy (bartender), Reed Howes (NBC announcer), Lester Dorr (talking reporter), Ann Evers (socialite), Harold Goodwin (skipper), Darlene Morwood (baby)

 

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Marriage is Made in Heaven, So I am Safe . . .

When a girl falls in love with a stud-muffin airplane pilot who handles women . . . Lots of women . . . even better than he flies airplanes, she is sure to wind up with a broken heart. American Airlines pilot Brad, played by Bruce Cabot, flies with stewardess Joan Lawson, played by Beatrice Roberts. The suave pilot dates a different girl every night while stewardess Joan watches . . . She is head over heels in love with Brad, but he doesn’t even know she exists . . . He is too busy romancing all of the party girls who swarm around him. When his co-pilot Tex tells him that one of these days a girl will get him in the marrying mood he responds that marriage is made in Heaven, so he is very safe. Then on a flight to Los Angeles there is a passenger who will change both of their lives. A movie studio mogul is fretting over his female movie star who refuses to act as an airline hostess in a new movie, and the movie producer offers Joan a contract to become a movie star. After discussing it with Brad, he convinces her that flying is more important than anything else, regardless of the money involved. He describes the thrill of flying . . . He talks about his dream of flying the first commercial plane non-stop to Manilla . . . Nothing can top the thrill of the air. Joan gives up her dream of becoming a movie star and stays at Brad’s side as air hostess on his flights. This leads to that and when Brad flies the female movie star on a stormy night, the plane goes down and they get stranded together in a remote shack . . . After their rescue Brad is offered a movie contract to play opposite the female movie star . . . And Brad doesn’t need to think about it for even a minute. . . . He runs to Hollywood with the female star and becomes a movie star who falls in love with the female movie star leading lady. Using the phrase that a movie fan recently introduced me to . . . Divine-Bovine (holy cow) . . . what’s the stewardess to do now? After talking her into walking away from a movie career, he runs to become a movie star and romance the leading lady. Joan decides to become a test pilot and eventually she will attempt the non-stop flight to Manilla alone, without her man. How can this mess ever be straightened out? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Ann Evers, Beatrice Roberts and Darlene Morwood
Ann Evers, Beatrice Roberts and Darlene Morwood
Arthur Hoyt
Arthur Hoyt
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn and Bruce Cabot
Astrid Allwyn and Bruce Cabot
Astrid Allwyn and Grady Sutton
Astrid Allwyn and Grady Sutton
Astrid Allwyn
Astrid Allwyn
Beatrice Roberts
Beatrice Roberts
Beatrice Roberts and Bill Elliott
Beatrice Roberts and Bill Elliott
Beatrice Roberts, Elliot Fisher and Bruce Cabot
Beatrice Roberts, Elliot Fisher and Bruce Cabot
Beatrice Roberts and John Sheehan
Beatrice Roberts and John Sheehan
Beatrice Roberts
Beatrice Roberts
Beatrice Roberts
Beatrice Roberts
Bill Elliott and Beatrice Roberts
Bill Elliott and Beatrice Roberts
Brooks Benedict
Brooks Benedict
Brooks Benedict
Brooks Benedict
Bruce Cabot and Astrid Allwyn
Bruce Cabot and Astrid Allwyn
Bruce Cabot and Beatrice Roberts
Bruce Cabot and Beatrice Roberts
Bruce Cabot and Harold Goodwin
Bruce Cabot and Harold Goodwin
Bruce Cabot
Bruce Cabot
Carol Tevis finds John Sheehan
Carol Tevis finds John Sheehan
Carol Tevis and John Sheehan
Carol Tevis and John Sheehan
Edwin Maxwell and Harry Tyler
Edwin Maxwell and Harry Tyler
Edwin Maxwell and Harry Tyler
Edwin Maxwell and Harry Tyler
Edwin Maxwell
Edwin Maxwell
Elliot Fisher, Beatrice Roberts and Bruce Cabot
Elliot Fisher, Beatrice Roberts and Bruce Cabot
Elliot Fisher and Beatrice Roberts
Elliot Fisher and Beatrice Roberts
Grady Sutton and John Sheehan
Grady Sutton and John Sheehan
Grady Sutton
Grady Sutton
Harry Tyler
Harry Tyler
Henry Roquemore and Bruce Cabot
Henry Roquemore and Bruce Cabot
Henry Roquemore
Henry Roquemore
Jack Duffy and John Sheehan
Jack Duffy and John Sheehan
Jack Duffy
Jack Duffy
John Sheehan
John Sheehan
John Sheehan and Beatrice Roberts
John Sheehan and Beatrice Roberts
John Sheehan and Bruce Cabot
John Sheehan and Bruce Cabot
John Sheehan and Henry Roquemore
John Sheehan and Henry Roquemore
John Sheehan
John Sheehan
John Sheehan
John Sheehan
Lester Dorr
Lester Dorr
Reed Howes
Reed Howes
Bill Elliott and Beatrice Roberts
Bill Elliott and Beatrice Roberts
William L. Thorne and Bill Elliott
William L. Thorne and Bill Elliott