Showing posts with label George Fitzmaurice. Show all posts
Showing posts with label George Fitzmaurice. Show all posts

Friday, July 24, 2020

On This Day...Suzy (1936)

Suzy was Cary Grant's 23rd full length feature film.

Cary Grant plays Andre Charville, a famous French aviator, who marries a showgirl, Suzy(Jean Harlow). Suzy has fled to France after her Husband, Terry Moore(Franchot Tone) is killed...or was he?

With Jean Harlow as Suzy.

"Performances are excellent...Cary Grant, too, is something more than just a leading man. Since his outstanding performance in Sylvia Scarlett, his talents for varied characterizations have been recognized, and in each new venture he makes good." - Hollywood Spectator

With Jean Harlow and George Davis.

"Direction by George Fitzmaurice is brilliant, and he has had the foresight to insist on new treatment for scenes which, otherwise, would be much like dozens of scenes in dozens of other spy and war films." - Literary Digest

With Franchot Tone and Jean Harlow.


Suzy                            Jean Harlow
Terry                           Franchot Tone
Andre                         Cary Grant
Baron                          Lewis Stone
Madame Eyrelle          Benita Hume
Captain Barsanges       Reginald Mason
Maisie                         Inez Courtney
Mrs. Schmidt               Greta Mayer
"Knobby"                     David Clyde
"Pop" Gaspard             Christian Rub
Gaston                        George Spelvin
Landlady                    Una O'Connor
Producer                     Charles Judels
Revue producer           Theodore Von Eltz
Officer                        Stanley Morner

Publicity photograph with Jean Harlow and Franchot Tone.

Lobby Cards:

Directed by George Fitzmaurice.
Distributed and Produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Running time: 95 minutes.

With Jean Harlow.