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Child of Manhattan (1933) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Edward Buzzell .

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Mrs. McGonegal: [Speaking with a heavy Irish accent] He ain't no gintleman!
Madeleine McGonegal: He is so a gentleman; half the time I couldn't understand a word he was sayin'.
Mrs. McGonegal: Probably a Grake or an Eye-talian or somethin'.
Madeleine McGonegal: He's not a Greek, nor an Italian neither. He's from New York City, but he *is* a gentleman!
Mrs. McGonegal: Then look out! I seen plenty a gintlemen when I was a housemaid on Fifth Avenue afore I married your pa, rist 'is soul, and compared to ordinary men... huh!
Mrs. McGonegal: [after thinking for a moment] Say, niver, niver walk upstairs in front of a gintleman. Sure, they have their pints, but they're dangerous!

Aunt Minnie: You could knock me over with a fender.

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The Broadway production of "Child of Manhattan" by Preston Sturges opened at the Fulton Theater on May 1, 1932 and ran for 87 performances.
John Sheehan is in studio records/casting call lists as "Bartender," but the only bartender seen was Jack Kennedy.
Neil Hamilton played the role of "Paul Vanderkill" for the first two weeks of production; he was replaced by John Boles.
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