Going Spanish (1934)

2 March 1934

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HISTORY

       This film was reissued by Astor Pictures in the 1940s.
       Although the writer(s) of the songs in the film is/are not known, it is likely they were written or co-written by Art Jarrett, who was a popular singer and songwriter, as well as one of the credited writers of the ... More Less

       This film was reissued by Astor Pictures in the 1940s.
       Although the writer(s) of the songs in the film is/are not known, it is likely they were written or co-written by Art Jarrett, who was a popular singer and songwriter, as well as one of the credited writers of the film. More Less

CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
PRODUCTION TEXT
An Educational Musical Comedy
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
PRODUCERS
WRITERS
PHOTOGRAPHY
Photog
PRODUCTION MISC
DETAILS
Release Date:
2 March 1934
Length(in reels):
2
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

       Traveling in South America with his fiancée and her mother, Bob stops in the village of Los Poach-os Egg-os to get married. However, his girl becomes infatuated with a gaucho who claims to be a cattle king, and she gives Bob the air. In the meantime, Bob's attentions have strayed and he falls in love with Bonita, the favorite of the Mayor. Bob wins a store from Bonita's father in a game of rock-paper-scissors, and sells the police force a bag of jumping beans, which they cook and eat. Annoyed that his officers have the fidgets, the Mayor samples their pot of beans, starts hopping around himself, and threatens to have Bob killed when he recovers. However, Bob and Bonita get out of town before the firing squad can be ... +


       Traveling in South America with his fiancée and her mother, Bob stops in the village of Los Poach-os Egg-os to get married. However, his girl becomes infatuated with a gaucho who claims to be a cattle king, and she gives Bob the air. In the meantime, Bob's attentions have strayed and he falls in love with Bonita, the favorite of the Mayor. Bob wins a store from Bonita's father in a game of rock-paper-scissors, and sells the police force a bag of jumping beans, which they cook and eat. Annoyed that his officers have the fidgets, the Mayor samples their pot of beans, starts hopping around himself, and threatens to have Bob killed when he recovers. However, Bob and Bonita get out of town before the firing squad can be arranged. +

Legend
Viewed by AFI
Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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