Hot Saturday (1932) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by William A. Seiter and produced by William LeBaron.
S?bado Alegre / Hot Saturday (1932)By L? on Nov 30, 2016 From Critica Retro
S?bado Alegre / Hot Saturday (1932) ESTE ARTIGO CONT?M SPOILERS. THIS ARTICLE HAS SPOILERS. H? algo de encantador em cidades pequenas. As casinhas com cercas baixas. As lojas passadas de pai para filho. O parque ou o lago onde acontecem todas as fun??es sociais. O fato de que todos se c... Read full article
Pre-Code Crazy: Hot Saturday (1932)By shadowsandsatin on Jun 1, 2015 From Shadows and Satin
My Pre-Code Crazy pick for the month of June was a no-brainer. As soon as I saw that TCM was airing Hot Saturday (1931), that was all I needed to know. The film stars pre-Code veteran Nancy Carroll, whose huge, expressive?eyes and heart-shaped face always put me in the mind?of Betty Boop. The cast a... Read full article
Hot Saturday (1932)By Lindsey on Jan 10, 2015 From The Motion Pictures
Cary Grant was TCM’s star of the month in December — cause for celebration! I hoped to catch as many films of his as I could throughout the month — those that I hadn’t seen, or that I had only seen so long ago that I barely remembered them. Though I didn’t watch as many... Read full article
Pre-Code: Hot Saturday(1932) with Cary Grant.By Dawn Sample on Jun 15, 2013 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Hot Saturday(1932). A drama film directed by William A. Seiter. Cast: Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant and Randolph Scott. Based on the novel Hot Saturday by Harvey Fergusson. The film was Cary Grant's first movie as leading man. Carole Lombard was mentioned for the role eventually played by Nancy Carrol... Read full article
Hot Saturday (1932)By Angela on Nov 13, 2010 From Hollywood Revue
If you’ve ever lived in a small town, I’m sure you know how wildly the gossip can fly sometimes.? As Ruth Brock (Nancy Carroll) is about to find out, Marysville is no exception.? Ruth is a flirtatious banker who enjoys going out dancing with the boys, but she’s never a bad girl.? A... Read full article
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Bill Fadden: Are you going to laugh at me, or marry me, or cry some more?
Ruth Brock: [Crying and hugging] I'm going to do all three at once.
Eva Randolph: [Insinuating after Ruth has been missing from the party] Oh, so you finally got back!
Ruth Brock: Did you expect me to be gone all night?
Eva Randolph: [Insinuatingly] Well, dear, I didn't know. You see, a girl in your position can afford to be so much more unconventional in her pleasures than I could.
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