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The Lottery Bride (1930) was a Musical - Romance Film directed by Paul L. Stein .

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The Lottery Bride (1930)

By Lindsey on Apr 11, 2012 From The Motion Pictures

(via moviepostershop.com) Delightful dance and song start out The Lottery Bride in Oslo, Norway. Local college boys and their girlfriends are having a lively party at Hilda’s (Zasu Pitts) cafe. An American man named Hoke (Joe E. Brown) shows up to work at the cafe, coordinating entertainment. ... Read full article


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Hilda: Do you know the meaning of Spring?
Hoke Curtis: Yes. It means...
Hilda: ...Yes??
Hoke Curtis: ...that you can take off your winter underwear.


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Only the edited 1937 re-release, running 67 minutes, with the original 2-strip Technicolor finale in black and white, was available for many years. But a complete print, running 79 minutes and including the Technicolor finale, survived at the George Eastman House. In 2011, it was run on Turner Classic Movies.
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