Every Day's a Holiday (1937) - Rotten Tomatoes

Every Day's a Holiday1937

Every Day's a Holiday (1937)

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In this film, Mae West portrays a turn-of-century confidence trickster who poses as a famous French chanteuse to avoid arrest. In this guise, she manages to expose crooked police chief Lloyd Nolan and smooths the path for reform mayoral candidate Edmund Lowe.

Cast

Mae West
as Peaches O'Day
Edmund Lowe
as Capt. Jim McCarey
Charles Butterworth
as Larmadou Graves
Lloyd Nolan
as Honest John Quade
Charles Winninger
as Van Reigble Van Pelter Van Doon III
Walter Catlett
as Nifty Bailey
Louis Armstrong
as Band Leader
Herman Bing
as Fritz Krausmeyer
Roger Imhof
as Trigger Mike
Lucien Prival
as Danny the Dip
Adrian Morris
as Asst. Police Commissioner
Irving Bacon
as Quartet
Allan Rogers
as Quartet
Dick Elliott
as Bar Patron
James C. Morton
as Bartender
Edgar Dearing
as Cop at Store Window
Weldon Heyburn
as New Year's Eve Party Guest
Ferdinand Munier
as New Year's Eve Party Guest
Herbert Rawlinson
as New Year's Eve Party Guest
Otto H. Fries
as Quartet member
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Critic Reviews for Every Day's a Holiday

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (1)

There is substantial comedy relief supplied by Charles Winninger, as the blustering chairman of the reformers; Charles Butterworth, his butler and political adviser; Walter Catlett, play producer; and Lloyd Nolan, the crooked boss.

March 26, 2009 | Full Review…

As with so many West films, the reason to see "Holiday" is to watch her, with her famous walk, purring interjections and lascivious glances. She is never anything less than beguiling.

June 30, 2021 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

For the last two or three pictures, Mae West fans have had to fight losing battles in her defense. But now that's all over, for Every Day's a Holiday is one of the funniest pictures of the year.

October 30, 2019 | Full Review…

Mae is still head overseer, and as long as she is present the male supporters (Charles Winninger, Charles Butterworth, Edmund Lowe) are just water boys.

August 12, 2019 | Full Review…

The last film Mae West made for Paramount, the studio she saved from bankruptcy with her previous hits.

July 10, 2014 | Rating: C+ | Full Review…

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