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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Blind Date (1934) DVD-R

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Starring Ann Sothern, Neil Hamilton, Paul Kelly, Jane Darwell, Mickey

Rooney

Directed by Roy William Neill



Print: black/white

Runtime: 72 min.

Genre: comedy

Print Quality: B



The all-purpose title Blind Date was trotted out in 1934 for this romantic

trifle. Poor Kitty Taylor (Ann Sothern) just can't choose between wealthy

Bob Hartwell (Neil Hamilton) and unwealthy mechanic Bill (Paul Kelly).

When Kitty gets a modelling job thanks to Bob, she feels beholden to him,

even though she still carries a torch for Bill. Bob announces that he'd like

to live with Kitty without bothering to get married, whereupon Kitty goes

back to Bill, who by now has decided that she'd be better off with Bob, so

he deliberately breaks off with her?..This could go on for years, but the

film is only 71 minutes long, obliging Kitty to make her final decision a few

moments before the "End" title.

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Starring Ann Sothern, Neil Hamilton, Paul Kelly, Jane Darwell, Mickey
Rooney
Directed by Roy William Neill

Print: black/white
Runtime: 72 min.
Genre: comedy
Print Quality: B

The all-purpose title Blind Date was trotted out in 1934 for this romantic
trifle. Poor Kitty Taylor (Ann Sothern) just can't choose between wealthy
Bob Hartwell (Neil Hamilton) and unwealthy mechanic Bill (Paul Kelly).
When Kitty gets a modelling job thanks to Bob, she feels beholden to him,
even though she still carries a torch for Bill. Bob announces that he'd like
to live with Kitty without bothering to get married, whereupon Kitty goes
back to Bill, who by now has decided that she'd be better off with Bob, so
he deliberately breaks off with her?..This could go on for years, but the
film is only 71 minutes long, obliging Kitty to make her final decision a few
moments before the "End" title.

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