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Million Dollar Legs (1932) was a Comedy - Sports Film directed by Edward F. Cline and produced by Herman J. Mankiewicz and B.P. Schulberg.

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Million Dollar Legs (1932)

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jan 2, 2024 From 4 Star Films

“All the women here are named Angela. And all the men are named George.” “Why?” “Why not?” – Jack Okey and Susan Fleming This kind of laissez-faire, anything-goes mentality is one of the obvious strengths of Million Dollar Legs‘ comic tableau. There ne... Read full article

Don’t judge a film by its title… Million Dollar Legs (1939)

By Virginie Pronovost on Jul 3, 2023 From The Wonderful World of Cinema

Betty Grable, just like other sex symbols such as Marilyn Monroe or Jayne Mansfield, is nowadays more often remembered for her physical appeal than her acting and the films in which she starred. We particularly remember her for that utterly iconic pin-up photo showcasing her famous legs (insured for... Read full article

Million Dollar Legs (1932, Edward F. Cline)

on Jul 31, 2008 From The Stop Button

Million Dollar Legs is, production-wise, about a year early. It came out in 1932. A year later, another comedy about a goofy European nation, also from Paramount (from the same producer), came out. Duck Soup was a bomb at the time and appreciated later. Million Dollar Legs has a great reputationR... Read full article

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First movie performance of Don Wilson (announcer for Jack Benny).
Hank Mann is in studio records/casting call lists for the role of 'Customs Inspector' in this movie, but he did not appear or was not identifiable.
In the movie, Klopstokia's ancient national anthem - which doubles as Tweeny's mating song to Angela - is actually the title song to Paramount's Maurice Chavalier film of that same year, One Hour with You, with special gibberish lyrics written for the occasion by co-author Henry Myers as a satire on movie romances. Strains of the same melody are also heard in another Paramount release of the same year, Duck Soup during Harpo's 'Paul Revere' scene.
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Also directed by Edward F. Cline

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Also produced by Herman J. Mankiewicz

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Also released in 1932

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