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SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
14 Sep 1930
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New York Times
13 Sep 1930
p. 9
Variety
17 Sep 1930
p. 30
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
PRODUCTION TEXTS
A Schwab and Mandel Production
Tecnicolor Process
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
PRODUCERS
PHOTOGRAPHY
Photog
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
SOUND
Harry M. Lindgren
Rec eng
DANCE
Dance dir
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on the musical play Follow Thru by Lew Brown, B. G. DeSylva, Ray Henderson and Laurence Schwab (New York, 9 Jan 1929).
LITERARY SOURCE AUTHORS
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LITERARY SOURCE AUTHORS
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SONGS
"A Peach of a Pair," words by George Marion Jr., music by Richard A. Whiting; "It Must Be You," words and music by Elwood Eliscu and Manning Sherwin; "Then I'll Have Time for You," "I Want to be Bad" and "Button Up Your Overcoat," words by Lew Brown and B. G. DeSylva, music by Ray Henderson.
SONGWRITERS/COMPOSERS
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DETAILS
Release Date:
27 September 1930
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 12 Sep 1930
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Paramount-Publix Corp.
26 September 1930
LP1593
Physical Properties:
Sound
Movietone, Western Electric Sound System
Color
2-Color Technicolor
Duration(in mins):
93
Length(in feet):
8,386
Length(in reels):
10
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Lora Moon, runner-up for the women's golf title of the Mission Country Club, loses to Ruth Van Horn. During the championship match, Lora falls in love with Jerry Downs, golf instructor to Jack Martin, a girl-shy young millionaire. Jerry arouses Ruth's jealousy by offering to coach Lora's game, but the attentions of Angie Howard, Lora's friend, cause young Martin to cut short his stay. Angie, however, with a mysterious love perfume, vamps Martin into remaining; and finding his ring, she refuses to return it. When Lora hears that Jerry is going to Ruth's house, she challenges her rival to a match the following day. Lora takes the lead; but at Angie's urging, Jerry takes the place of Lora's caddie, and she wins the match. Lora and Jerry and Angie and Martin plan a double ...

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Lora Moon, runner-up for the women's golf title of the Mission Country Club, loses to Ruth Van Horn. During the championship match, Lora falls in love with Jerry Downs, golf instructor to Jack Martin, a girl-shy young millionaire. Jerry arouses Ruth's jealousy by offering to coach Lora's game, but the attentions of Angie Howard, Lora's friend, cause young Martin to cut short his stay. Angie, however, with a mysterious love perfume, vamps Martin into remaining; and finding his ring, she refuses to return it. When Lora hears that Jerry is going to Ruth's house, she challenges her rival to a match the following day. Lora takes the lead; but at Angie's urging, Jerry takes the place of Lora's caddie, and she wins the match. Lora and Jerry and Angie and Martin plan a double wedding.

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AFI Life Achievement Award

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