Lady Behave (December 22, 1937)

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Marcia Mae Jones and Neil Hamilton
 

Released on December 22, 1937: It is Mardi Gras, and wild Clarice gets drunk and gets married to a millionaire playboy . . . even though she is already married to another man.

Produced by Albert E. Levoy

Directed by Lloyd Corrigan

The Actors: Sally Eilers (Paula Kendall), Neil Hamilton (Stephen Dorchester Cormack), Joseph Schildkraut (Michael Dimitri Andrews), Grant Mitchell (Burton Williams), Patricia Farr (Clarice Kendall Andrews Cormack), Marcia Mae Jones (Patricia Cormack), George Ernest (Henry 'Hank' Cormack), Warren Hymer ('Butch' in vegetarian restaurant), Robert Greig (Alfred), Charles Richman (Howells, Cormack's lawyer), Spencer Charters (innkeeper), Mary Gordon (cook), Earle Foxe (unknown), Jack Rice (desk clerk)

 

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The Mardi Gras Marriage and Long Island Love . . . With the Wrong Girl!

Sally Eilers, the female leading actor in this delightful comedy, was in drama school in 1928, and while having lunch between classes with another classmate named Carole Lombard, she was ‘discovered’ by Mack Sennett. Mack Sennett and Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. predicted that Sally Eilers would become a legendary romantic beauty, but for some reason her career didn’t unfold that way.

In this romantic comedy she is the level-headed serious-minded sister of a wild party girl. We are in New Orleans, and it is Fat Tuesday, Mardi Gras night. Wild sister Clarice will leave the house with one fellow, and return many hours later with another fellow. Clarice is very drunk, and very happy. As she absent-mindedly rattles on about her evening full of booze, boys and fun, she mentions that she got married to some fellow.

Sensible sister Paula is horrified. . . . She is not so horrified about the drunken wedding, but rather because her wild sister already got married six months ago to another fellow! The family lawyer tells sensible sister Paula that if her sister’s new drunken marriage is discovered, wild child Clarice will definitely spend ten years in jail! There is only one thing to do.

Wild child Clarice is sent to Europe on the first steamship available, and sensible sister Paula will try to keep the millionaire playboy from starting divorce actions. It turns out that the millionaire playboy was also drunk enough at Mardi Gras that he can’t remember who he married, so when Paula steps in and pretends to be his wife, no one is the wiser. Of course, there will be both danger and delight as sensible Paula tries to be the millionaire playboy’s wife, and the biggest danger is when Paula and the millionaire playboy fall in love. Yes, the man who is married to her sister will fall in love with the unmarried sister, and she with him. This can’t end well; don’t you think? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Charles Richman
Charles Richman
Charles Richman
Charles Richman
George Ernest and Marcia Mae Jones
George Ernest and Marcia Mae Jones
George Ernest and Marcia Mae Jones
George Ernest and Marcia Mae Jones
Grant Mitchell and Joseph Schildkraut
Grant Mitchell and Joseph Schildkraut
Grant Mitchell and Sally Eilers
Grant Mitchell and Sally Eilers
Grant Mitchell
Grant Mitchell
Jack Rice
Jack Rice
Joseph Schildkraut, Marcia Mae Jones and George Ernest
Joseph Schildkraut, Marcia Mae Jones and George Ernest
Joseph Schildkraut and Sally Eilers
Joseph Schildkraut and Sally Eilers
Marcia Mae Jones, George Ernest and Joseph Schildkraut
Marcia Mae Jones, George Ernest and Joseph Schildkraut
Marcia Mae Jones and George Ernest
Marcia Mae Jones and George Ernest
Marcia Mae Jones, Neil Hamilton and George Ernest
Marcia Mae Jones, Neil Hamilton and George Ernest
Marcia Mae Jones and Neil Hamilton
Marcia Mae Jones and Neil Hamilton
Marcia Mae Jones and Robert Greig
Marcia Mae Jones and Robert Greig
Marcia Mae Jones, Sally Eilers and George Ernest
Marcia Mae Jones, Sally Eilers and George Ernest
Marcia Mae Jones
Marcia Mae Jones
Neil Hamilton
Neil Hamilton
Patricia Farr
Patricia Farr
Patricia Farr and Sally Eilers
Patricia Farr and Sally Eilers
Patricia Farr
Patricia Farr
Robert Greig
Robert Greig
Sally Eilers
Sally Eilers
Sally Eilers, Neil Hamilton and Patricia Farr
Sally Eilers, Neil Hamilton and Patricia Farr
Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton
Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton
Sally Eilers
Sally Eilers
Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton
Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton
Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton
Sally Eilers and Neil Hamilton