It's Love Again (1936)

82-83 mins | Musical comedy | 30 May 1936

Director:

Victor Saville

Cinematographer:

Glen MacWilliams

Editor:

Al Barnes

Production Designer:

Alfred Junge

Production Company:

Gaumont-British Picture Corp.
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HISTORY

Modern sources include Prod Michael Balcon in the production. This was the fifth and final film in which Victor Saville directed Jessie Matthews. ...

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Modern sources include Prod Michael Balcon in the production. This was the fifth and final film in which Victor Saville directed Jessie Matthews.

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GEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONS
LOCATION
SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
12 May 1936
p. 12
Hollywood Reporter
19 May 1936
p. 14
Motion Picture Herald
16 May 1936
p. 33
New York Times
23 May 1936
p. 33
Variety
20 May 1936
p. 23
Variety
27 May 1936
p. 14
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
WRITERS
Orig scr, Orig scr
Orig scr, Orig scr
Scen
Addl dial
PHOTOGRAPHY
ART DIRECTOR
Art dir
FILM EDITOR
COSTUMES
Ward
Dresses
MUSIC
Mus score
Mus score
SOUND
DANCE
Dance arr
SOURCES
SONGS
"I Nearly Let Love Slip Through My Fingers," "It's Love Again," "Tony's in Town" and "Gotta Dance My Way to Heaven," music and lyrics by Sam Coslow and Harry Woods.
SONGWRITER/COMPOSER
DETAILS
Release Date:
30 May 1936
Premiere Information:
New York opening: week of 22 May 1936
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Gaumont-British Picture Corp. of America
30 August 1936
LP6590
Physical Properties:
Sound
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
82-83
Length(in feet):
7,600
Countries:
United Kingdom, United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

When chorus girl Elaine is unable to get her big break on the stage, she pretends to be Mrs. Smythe-Smythe, the mysterious wife of an Indian Maharajah, with the help of gossip columnist Peter Carlton. With her continuing role in Peter's column, Elaine finds both romantic and stage ...

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When chorus girl Elaine is unable to get her big break on the stage, she pretends to be Mrs. Smythe-Smythe, the mysterious wife of an Indian Maharajah, with the help of gossip columnist Peter Carlton. With her continuing role in Peter's column, Elaine finds both romantic and stage success.

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GENRE


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

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