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Maybe It's Love (1935)


William C. McGann (as William McGann)


Maxwell Anderson (based on a play by), Jerry Wald (screen play) | 2 more credits »


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Complete credited cast:
Gloria Stuart ... Bobby Halevy
Ross Alexander ... Rims O'Neil
Frank McHugh ... Willie Sands
Ruth Donnelly ... Florrie Sands
Helen Lowell ... Mrs. Halevy
Henry Travers ... Mr. Halevy
Joseph Cawthorn ... Adolph Sr.
Phillip Reed ... Adolph Jr.
Dorothy Dare ... Lila
J. Farrell MacDonald ... The Cop
Maude Eburne ... Landlady


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Release Date:

12 January 1935 (USA) See more »

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Warner Bros. See more »
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1.37 : 1
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The original play, Saturday's Children, opened 26 January 1927 in New York. See more »


Willie Sands: Lots of times I wondered how I got married. Now I know.
Florrie Sands: You're still in the dark.
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Version of Golden Showcase: Saturday's Children (1962) See more »


Let It Be Me
(1935) (uncredited)
Music by Allie Wrubel
Played during the opening photo credits and often throughout the picture
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A very funny Maxwell Anderson romantic comedy, but it loses its punch in the second half.
1 February 2000 | by Art-22See all my reviews

Maxwell Anderson's very popular 1927 play, with 3 television productions as well as the three movies versions, has some very funny moments. The top-notch cast has Gloria Stuart, of Titanic (1996) fame, and Ross Alexander as the romantic leads in a seesaw romance. The highlight of the movie is the way Stuart gets Alexander to marry her, as coached by big sister Ruth Donnelly, who supplies cues in shorthand, and accurately predicts Alexander's responses to Stuart's actions and statements. I couldn't stop laughing at the entire sequence, even though I had seen the remake, Saturday's Children (1940). Unfortunately, the second half of the movie doesn't sustain the comedy of the first half, and degenerates into more of a drama about the difficulties in marriage. Still, the movie is a winner.

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