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Roman Scandals (1933) was a Comedy - Fantasy Film directed by Frank Tuttle and produced by Samuel Goldwyn.

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Since The Goldwyn Girls is credited in the early cast credits, but is not in the more comprehensive set of cast credits, the early credits are listed first in the IMDb cast, followed by those in the comprehensive credits not yet in, as required by IMDb policy on cast ordering.
Lucille Ball's motion picture debut.
Gloria Stuart was cast without taking a test. When Samuel Goldwyn was searching for an actress to play Princess Sylvia, Eddie Cantor suggested Stuart. Goldwyn took one look at the actress and decided that she was perfect for the role.
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