I Like Your Nerve (1931) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by William C. McGann .
Pre-code on DVD: Goodbye Again (1933), I Like Your Nerve (1931), and The Finger Points (1931)By KC on Feb 28, 2018 From Classic Movies
One of my favorite things about Warner Archive is the label’s commitment to releasing a steady stream of pre-code titles on DVD. As physical media appears to be firmly on the decline, I am increasingly glad to see rare films like these made available for purchase. The latest batch is a solidly... Read full article
I Like Your Nerve (1931)By Lindsey on Apr 20, 2013 From The Motion Pictures
It’s one-sided love at first sight for Larry O’Brien and Diane Forsythe, who catches Larry’s attention after he sees her ride past in a car with her chauffer. Larry decides to follow Diane and learns that she is not only related to a finance minister, but also engaged to a wealthy,... Read full article
The Henry Kolker Film Festival: "I Like Your Nerve" and "The Crash"By David on Mar 3, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
"I wonder what she meant by that?" Of all the actors and actresses who appeared in 1930s films, Henry Kolker (1870-1947) was certainly one of them. He had a long stage career and directed several silent films, including a 1921 production of "Disraeli" with George Arliss, who repeated the role in a... Read full article
I Like Your Nerve (1931, William C. McGann)on Nov 30, 2012 From The Stop Button
While I Like Your Nerve is urbanely genial, it’s a somewhat high concept romantic adventure comedy. Douglas Fairbanks Jr. is a playboy–though not one of means–living it up in South America. He travels from country to country (they are, of course, so small he can drive) and stirs up... Read full article
I Like Your Nerve (1931)By Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog
"Why must you always be so unsociable in motor cars?" Rich people behaving badly always makes for good comedy. The Pre-Code I Like Your Nerve (1931) stars Douglas Fairbanks Jr. as Larry O'Brien, an American causing mayhem in Central America. He gets booted out by the local authorities but decides t... Read full article
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A number of exterior scenes were filmed on the grounds of the Panama-California Exposition (1915-1916) in San Diego. The buildings seen in the film still stand today in Balboa Park.
Ivan F. Simpson (Butler) and Paul Porcasi (The patron) are in studio records/casting call lists with those roles, but they are not in the print shown on the Turner Classic Movies (TCM) channel.
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