She's My Weakness (1930)

70 mins | Romantic comedy | 1 August 1930

Director:

Melville Brown

Writer:

J. Walter Ruben

Producer:

William LeBaron

Cinematographer:

Leo Tover

Editor:

Arthur Roberts

Production Company:

RKO Productions, Inc.
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BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
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DATE
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Film Daily
22 Jun 1930.
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New York Times
21 Jun 1930
p. 20.
Variety
25 Jun 1930
p. 109.
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LITERARY
Based on the play Tommy by Howard Lindsay and Bertrand Robinson (New York, 10 Jan 1927).
DETAILS
Release Date:
1 August 1930
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 20 June 1930
Copyright Claimant:
RKO Productions, Inc.
Copyright Date:
20 June 1930
Copyright Number:
LP1453
Physical Properties:
Sound
RCA Photophone
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
70
Length(in feet):
6,421
Length(in reels):
8
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Sweethearts Tommy Mills and Marie Thurber plan to marry when Tommy sells some land he has inherited. Marie's parents favor the match, as they prefer Tommy over Bernard Norton, another suitor. Her father, Warren Thurber, however, is in financial straits and plans to sell land to a civic improvement association headed by David Tuttle. When he discovers that Tommy has agreed to sell his land to Mrs. Oberlander, he berates him; but Tommy agrees to boost the price so that Thurber will win out. Tuttle, who favors Bernard as Marie's husband, persuades Tommy that he must endure the displeasure of the Thurbers, and as a result a misunderstanding arises over the sale of the land. But Tuttle's scheme backfires, and Tommy wins the girl after ... +


Sweethearts Tommy Mills and Marie Thurber plan to marry when Tommy sells some land he has inherited. Marie's parents favor the match, as they prefer Tommy over Bernard Norton, another suitor. Her father, Warren Thurber, however, is in financial straits and plans to sell land to a civic improvement association headed by David Tuttle. When he discovers that Tommy has agreed to sell his land to Mrs. Oberlander, he berates him; but Tommy agrees to boost the price so that Thurber will win out. Tuttle, who favors Bernard as Marie's husband, persuades Tommy that he must endure the displeasure of the Thurbers, and as a result a misunderstanding arises over the sale of the land. But Tuttle's scheme backfires, and Tommy wins the girl after all. +

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