Rhythm in the Clouds (June 21, 1937)
Released on June 21, 1937: (running time 53 minutes) A homeless aspiring song writer tries to convince everyone that she is the song-writing partner of a famous vacationing composer.
Produced by Albert E. Levoy
Directed by John H. Auer
Written by George Mence, Ray Bond, Olive Cooper and Nathanael West
The Actors: Patricia Ellis (Judy Walker), Warren Hull (Bob McKay), William Newell (Clyde Lyons), Richard Carle (J.C. Boswell), Zeffie Tilbury (Maggie Conway the Duchess de Lovely), Charles Judels (Luigi Fernando, orchestra conductor), Robert Paige (Phil Hale), Joyce Compton (Amy Lou, Boswell's secretary), Suzanne Kaaren (Dorothy Day), Esther Howard (Mrs. Madigan, landlady), Eddie Parker (Baxter), James C. Morton (cop), Rolfe Sedan (Victor), Richard Beach (Ben Graham), Ranny Weeks (radio announcer), Darlene Morwood (Baby), Mariska Aldrich (Madame Enitiba, Luigi's friend), William 'Billy' Benedict (Clyde), Sidney Bracey (second butler), Richard Cramer (first detective), Jack Daley (cop), George Du Count (Italian man), Jack Gardner (rewrite man), Donald Haines (office boy), Malcolm 'Bud' McTaggart (page boy), Bruce Mitchell (second detective), Julius Molnar (waiter), William H. O'Brien (Fall), Jack O'Shea (unknown), Tom Ricketts (Winter)
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Pop Quiz: Which actor in this movie is the twenty-third Great Grandson of King Henry II? . . . . And for extra credit, which actor is a direct descendant of the real Robin Hood? . . . . Warren Hull, the square jawed blue-eyed leading man.
His parents were Quaker immigrants to America, and with his deep and resonant ‘radio voice’ the tall, dark and handsome man found his first jobs as a singer on radio programs. With his rugged good-looks it wasn’t long until Warner Brothers put him on the big screen as a Hollywood actor. While he never became a super-star, he had a marvelous career in movie after movie until returning to radio as a game show host, and later becoming a television game show host and moderator.
The star of this comedy, Patricia Ellis, grew up in show business. Her step-father was a famous producer of Broadway musical shows. Growing up behind the Broadway curtains, she watched and learned acting from the leading ladies. During rehearsals she learned to sing and dance, and even helped the backstage lighting and costume workers.
After graduating from the private Gardner School for girls she appeared in some of her father’s productions. One evening a Warner Brothers executive watched her perform and after the show asked her to do a screen test. Warner Brothers signed her to a movie contract, and by the time this movie was produced she always had leading roles. Four years after making this movie Patricia would marry a wealthy businessman from Kansas City, leaving Hollywood behind and enjoying the rest of her life as a wife and mother.
In this comedy she is a struggling songwriter with some great music, but no one would give her a chance. When she is kicked out of her small apartment, she discovers that the man she is trying to sell her music to has left the country for an extended period, and she secretly moves into his empty luxury apartment. Of course, no good could come of this deception, . . . or could it? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Charles Judels, William Newell
Esther Howard, Patricia Ellis
Joyce Compton, Charles Judels, Mariska Aldrich
Patricia Ellis, Richard Carle
Patricia Ellis, Warren Hull
Ranny Weeks, Charles Judels
Richard Carle, Patricia Ellis
Richard Carle, William Newell, Zeffie Tilbury
Zeffie Tilbury, Patricia Ellis
Richard Carle, Zeffie Tilbury
Suzanne Kaaren, Warren Hull
Warren Hull, Patricia Ellis, Robert Paige
Warren Hull, Patricia Ellis
Warren Hull, Patricia Ellis
Warren Hull, Suzanne Kaaren
William 'Billy' Benedict
William Newell, Patricia Ellis
William Newell, Richard Carle
William Newell, Robert Paige
William Newell, Suzanne Kaaren
William Newell, Warren Hull