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Just a Gigolo (1931) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Jack Conway and produced by Irving Thalberg and Jack Conway.

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Saturday Morning Cartoon: Just a Gigolo (1932)

By KC on Apr 3, 2010 From Classic Movies

Betty Boop makes a brief appearance as a cigarette girl and mistress of ceremonies in this sassy animation/live action hybrid set in a nightclub. That's French singer and actress Irene Bordoni singing the title tune. Though Bordoni found her greatest success on Broadway, she did sing in a ... Read full article


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The English adaptation of the play was produced by David Belasco and opened in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in late July, 1930. It moved to New York City on 5 August 1930.
Though Cedric Gibbons is credited as the art director of this film, this was part of his contract with MGM, where all films produced by the studio bore his name. The art direction was actually the work of the film's star, William Haines, who would soon leave acting to pursue what would become a highly successful, decades-long career as an interior designer.
Irene Purcell reprised her role in the play for this movie.
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