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We're Not Dressing (1934)





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Based on the play The Admirable Crichton, by J. M. Barrie, a ship carrying a group of rich tourists crashes on a remote island, leaving the people stranded with only the experience of the sole surviving crew member, Stephen Jones to see them through.


Bing Crosby
as Stephen Jones
Carole Lombard
as Doris Worthington
Leon Errol
as Hubert
Jay Henry
as Prince Alexander Stofani
Ray Milland
as Prince Michael Stofani
John Irwin
as Old Sailor
Ben Hendricks Jr.
as 1st Ship's Officer
Ted Oliver
as 2nd Ship's Officer
Stanley Blystone
as Doris' Officer
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Silly virtually plotless musical is more interesting for it's cast than any of the lame antics on screen. Carole is terrific as usual make her spoiled heiress a deeper character surely than what was on the page. The Merm has some throwaway songs but is largely wasted and Bing is in fine voice but what's so distracting is the absurd amount of makeup they slapped on him! He is more heavily made up than any of the actresses. Gracie Allen is an addledpated delight.

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