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Professional Sweetheart (1933) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by William A. Seiter and produced by Merian C. Cooper.

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on Dec 28, 2019 From Caftan Woman

Michaela of Love Letters to Old Hollywood and Crystal of In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood are hosting The Second Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Blogathon on December 28-30th. Enjoy the tributes HERE. Ginger Rogers made her Broadway debut at the age of 19 in a featured role in the Ruby... Read full article

Pre-codes on DVD: Ginger Rogers in Professional Sweetheart (1930) and Helen Twelvetrees in Unashamed (1932)

By KC on Mar 13, 2019 From Classic Movies

There's nothing more welcome on my doorstep (apologies to my cats) than a package of pre-code films. Here's a pair of new releases from Warner Archive that I recently viewed: Professional Sweetheart (1930) This lively romantic comedy catches Ginger Rogers before musical fame, but already in the fu... Read full article

Professional Sweetheart (1933)

By Raquel Stecher on Nov 30, -0001 From Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog

"I want to sin and suffer. But right now I only suffer." - Glory Miss Glory Eden (Ginger Rogers), aka The Purity Girl, is a radio sensation. Ipswich (Gregory Ratoff), the owner of the Ippsie Wippsie Wash Cloth Company, which runs their own sponsored radio station, is desperate to lock down Glory wi... Read full article

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Herbert Childress: No, no, you're spoiling everything! Here we make her the Purity Girl, the symbol of Youth and Purity, and you give her second-hand men. It won't do!

Glory Eden: I want a playboy.
Samuel Ipswich: A what?
Glory Eden: An international playboy. All the girls got 'em. I think they're cute.

Jim Davey: You're a bad woman... Re-Really a bad woman.

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Working titles were "Careless" and then "The Purity Girl".
Ginger Rogers was dubbed by Etta Moten; this is reputedly the only film in which Rogers did not do her own singing.
"Professional Sweetheart" was Ginger Rogers' first film for RKO and - ironically, since so much of the plot revolves around getting Rogers' character to sign a radio contract - she had not yet signed a long-term contract with RKO when she made this film.
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Also directed by William A. Seiter

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Also produced by Merian C. Cooper

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