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Suzy (1936) was a Drama Film directed by George Fitzmaurice and produced by Maurice Revnes.

Academy Awards 1936 --- Ceremony Number 9 (source: AMPAS)

Best Music - SongMusic by Walter Donaldson; Lyrics by Harold AdamsonNominated

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The Films of Jean Harlow: Suzy (1936)

By Kristen on Mar 14, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

Well it seems Wife vs. Secretary was a fluke because another weak movie today. ?It’s not that Suzy’s bad, it just doesn’t know if it wants to be a war film with spies and intrigue, or a Jean Harlow romance. ?Sure the movie follows Harlow’s character, the aforementioned Suzy, ... Read full article

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The outtakes from "Hell's Angels" cost the life of three of the WWI ace pilots as well as injury to Howard Hughes himself when he crashed flying in one of the scenes. Since only one out of every 249 feet of film shot was used in "Hell's Angels" there was more than enough left over to lease to other films like this one. It also helped offset the tremendous cost to Hughes of filming his movie.
The flying scenes for this movie were not shot by MGM. They were outtakes from Hell's Angels filmed by Howard Hughes.
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