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Million Dollar Legs (1932) was a Comedy - Sports Film directed by Edward F. Cline and produced by Herman J. Mankiewicz and B.P. Schulberg.

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Million Dollar Legs (1932, Edward F. Cline)

on Jul 31, 2008 From The Stop Button

Million Dollar Legs is, production-wise, about a year early. It came out in 1932. A year later, another comedy about a goofy European nation, also from Paramount (from the same producer), came out. Duck Soup was a bomb at the time and appreciated later. Million Dollar Legs has a great reputationR... Read full article

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Although the film was written by Joseph L. Mankiewicz and Henry Myers, it is often mistakenly attributed to Mankiewicz' older brother, Herman J. Mankiewicz, later the co-author of Citizen Kane; Herman, then an executive at Paramount Studios, had hired Joseph as a writer there, and had contributed to the writing of the movie's opening title card.
The release of this film in July of 1932 was timed to coincide with the Los Angeles Olympics, which began three weeks later.
Costar Susan Fleming - who plays Angela - later married comic Harpo Marx and retired from acting. The Marx's marriage was a famously happy and successful one, and lasted until Harpo's death in 1964.
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