Merrily Yours (October 6, 1933)
Released on October 6, 1933: Sonny takes the new neighbor girl to the rich kid's party and the rich kid makes fun of Sonny so he can take the new girl away from him.
Produced by E.H. Allen
Directed by Charles Lamont
Written by Donna Barrell, Thomas Carr, and Charles Lamont
The Actors: Shirley Temple (Mary Lou Rogers), Frank Coghlan Jr. (James 'Sonny' Rogers), Mary Blackford (Phyllis Dean), Sidney Miller (Harry's stooge), Lloyd Ingraham (Mr. Dean), Helene Chadwick (Mrs. Rogers), Huntley Gordon (police officer), Harry Myers (Mr. Rogers), Thelma Hill (Betty), Kenneth Howell (Harry Vanderpool), Isabel La Mal (Mrs. Vanderpool), David Sharpe (party goer)
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I'm Through With Women Forever!
When I started to write this review I was going to write about moth balls . . . I'm betting that when they drop out of papa's tuxedo and bounce all over the floor most of the folk under 40 won't have any idea what they are . . . And they probably don't know what moth balls smell like . . . no . . . I'm not going there . . . I gave up that joke in the sixth grade. Then I was going to write a little about Shirley Temple for this review, but while she is as adorable as ever, she is not the center of the story plot, teen actor Frank Coghlan Jr. is our focus as James 'Sonny' Rogers. Sonny doesn't like to be called 'Sonny' - it isn't dignified for a grown man of sixteen or so. But Sonny has bigger problems than that . . . rich kid Harry Vanderpool, played by Kenneth Howell, just stole his girl Betty from him because Sonny couldn't get his old jalopy to start and Howell pulled up in his new sportster and drove off with her. When Sonny finally gets home he tells his mom that he is finished with women forever . . . but just then the new neighbors start moving in, with pretty daughter Phyllis . . . Sonny tries to ignore her and be rude to her, but she has eyes for Sonny and you know . . . us fellows can stand all kinds of torture and abuse, but the smile of a pretty girl . . . . Some things even the strongest man cannot resist. Ahhhh . . . but rich kid Vanderpool discovers Phyllis and decides that he should take her away from Sonny just like he took Betty from him. It doesn't look good for Sonny when they go to Vanderpool's party and the rich kid manages to make a total fool out of Sonny and embarrass him in front of Phyllis and everyone else at the party. This Vanderpool kid is a real piece of work . . . . he even arranges to have Sonny arrested by the cops while he 'rescues' Phyllis for himself . . . But beware, spoiled rich kid . . . . When Sonny gets mad enough there isn't a rich kid in the world that can come out on top, and Phyllis winds up safely in the arms of Sonny. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.
Frank Coghlan Jr. and Helene Chadwick
Frank Coghland Jr., Mary Blackford and Kenneth Howell
Frank Coghlan Jr. and Mary Blackford
Frank Coghlan Jr. and Shirley Temple
Frank Coghlan Jr. and Shirley Temple
Frank Coghlan Jr. in his old jalopy
Frank Coghlan Jr. with his dog
Frank Coghlan Jr.
Harry Myers, Frank Coghlan Jr. and Helene Chadwick
Harry Myers and Helene Chadwick
Kenneth Howell faces Frank Coghlan Jr.
Kenneth Howell gets socked in the kisser
Mary Blackford and Frank Coghlan Jr.
Mary Blackford, Lloyd Ingraham and Frank Coghlan Jr.
Shirley Temple with Mutt the dog
William Bakewell and Wallace Ford