Rumba (1935) was a Drama - Musical Film directed by Marion Gering and produced by William LeBaron.
Ready to "Rumba" with RaftBy carole_and_co on Nov 13, 2020 From Carole & Co.
"Rumba" was an attempt by Carole Lombard, George Raft and Paramount to make lightning strike twice, following the success of their dance film "Bolero" in early 1934. But one year later, things didn't quite pan out. Was it the imposition of a strict Production Code that prevented the studio from once... Read full article
Read the "Rumba," everybodyBy carole_and_co on Sep 18, 2020 From Carole & Co.
"Rumba," Carole Lombard's second dance film with George Raft, was released at the start of 1935 (it premiered Feb. 8, to be precise), but in many ways it ended an era for her. "Rumba" was arguably her last second-tier vehicle for Paramount; the four that followed not only were productions tailored f... Read full article
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Diana Harrison: Thank you very much. It's so easy for a woman to make a fool of herself; I'm surprised I haven't done it before.
Diana Harrison: I want to make loud, rude noises. I want to spill things and push chairs over. After all, I'm a human being and I like to act like one occasionally.
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