Love and Hisses (1937) - Rotten Tomatoes

Love and Hisses (1937)





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Before sitting down to watch Love and Hisses, it's important to know that columnist Walter Winchell and bandleader Ben Bernie were engaged in a phony but highly publicized feud in the late 1930s. For the purposes of this film, the source of the Winchell-Bernie contretemps is pretty nightclub singer Simone Simon. Secretly signing the girl to a contract, Bernie spreads rumors that the girl has no talent, knowing full well that his "friendly enemy" Winchell will then give her a huge build-up in his newspaper column. Upon finding out that he's been hoodwinked, Winchell gets even by having Bernie kidnapped by a gang of phony hoodlums. With all this going on, it's easy to forget that legendary Broadway clown Bert Lahr is also in Love and Hisses. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Ben Bernie
as Himself
Simone Simon
as Yvette Guerin
Bert Lahr
as Sugar Boles
Dick Baldwin
as Steve Nelson
Ruth Terry
as Specialty
Chick Chandler
as Sidney Hoffman
Charles Williams
as Irving Skolsky
Georges Renavent
as Count Pierre Raoul Guerin
Gloria Brewster
as Specialty
Brewster Twins
as Specialty
Bob Battier
as Gangster
Hal K. Dawson
as Music Store Clerk
Lon Chaney Jr
as Attendant
Edward McWade
as Ticket Seller
Charles Tannen
as Desk Clerk
Fred Kelsey
as Officer
A.S. Byron
as Policeman
John Hiestand
as Announcer
Rush Hughes
as Announcer
Gary Breckner
as Announcer
Harry Stubbs
as Producer
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Critic Reviews for Love and Hisses

All Critics (1)

After watching [Walter Winchell and Ben Bernie] in their latest engagement, one feels more convinced than ever that in wartime it's the noncombatants who do most of the suffering.

July 23, 2019 | Full Review…

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