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THE GENTLEMAN MISBEHAVES

In this backstage musical comedy, a Broadway producer knows that his latest show will be a hit, but before he can stage it, he must come up with financial backing. First he tries to marry for money. When that fails he goes to a professional gambler and that is where the trouble really begins.

~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide


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Featuring
Shemp Howard (Solo)
Release Date
February 28, 1946
Studio
Columbia
Production Type
Feature Film
Duration
74 min.

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Working Title(s):   LULLABY OF BROADWAY
THE LADY MISBEHAVES
Prod. No.:   1092
Shooting Days:   14 days   From: 1945-10-26   To: 1945-11-10

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