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Two for Tonight (1935)





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In this musical comedy, a play producer attempts to deal with a temperamental star. Meanwhile, his lovely secretary is courted by a handsome playwright who claims he can write a new musical for the star in a week. Sure enough he does and the producer has a hit on his hands. Songs include: "I Wish I Were Aladdin," "From the Top of Your Head to the Tip of Your Toes," "Without a Word of Warning," "Takes Two to Make a Bargain," "You're Beautiful," and "Two for Tonight."


Bing Crosby
as Gilbert Gordon
Joan Bennett
as Bobbie Lockwood
Mary Boland
as Mrs. Smythe
Thelma Todd
as Lilly Bianca
James "Doc" Blakely
as Buster Da Costa
Douglas Fowley
as Pooch Donahue
Maurice Cass
as Alexander Myers
Charles Arnt
as Benny the Goof
Leonard Carey
as Mr. Myers' Butler
Bert Hanlon
as Census Taker
Arthur Housman
as Warburton
Harold Minjir
as Mr. Myers' Secretary
Jack Mulhall
as Gordon's Doctor
Eddie Kane
as Charlie
Guy Usher
as Police Captain
Doris Lloyd
as Lady Ralston
Lionel Pape
as Lord Ralston
A.S. Byron
as Jailer
John Gough
as Prisoner
Edward Gargan
as Taxi Driver
Suzanne Rhodes
as Lord Ralston's Guest
Irene Thompson
as Lord Ralston's Guest
Jack Deery
as Lord Ralston's Guest
Pat Somerset
as Lord Ralston's Guest
Alex Melesh
as Man for Toupee Gag
Connie Emerald
as Woman for Hat Gag
C.L. Sherwood
as Cops in Cafe
Phillips Smalley
as Doctor in Hallway
Dorothy Thompson
as College People
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