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The Gay Bride (1934) was a Comedy - Crime Film directed by Jack Conway and produced by John W. Considine Jr..

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By Dan Day Jr. on Apr 14, 2018 From The Hitless Wonder Movie Blog

In this day and age a title like THE GAY BRIDE brings up all sorts of ideas on what the movie might be about. For audiences back in 1934, when the film was originally released, the title probably made them assume that they would be seeing a typical "woman's picture". In reality the movie is a strang... Read full article

The Gay Bride (1934)

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

1934 was a transitional year in the film industry. The Hays Code, which had been in effect for years but not strictly enforced, was now the law of the land. Hollywood got away with a lot in those few years between the advent of talking pictures and the enforcement of the Code. Pre-Code films went on... Read full article

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Daniel J. Dingle: Mary, how about a little kiss?
Mary Magiz: Mr. Dingle, you forget I'm in mourning!
Daniel J. Dingle: What's that got to do with it?
Mary Magiz: Well how would you feel if you were dead, and I kissed somebody else?

Mickey 'The Greek' Mikapopoulis: If der's one-a ting I got-ta, it's bremms.

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Also directed by Jack Conway

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Also produced by John W. Considine Jr.

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Also released in 1934

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