Love in the Rough

Overview

A remake of the 1927 William Haines comedy Spring Fever, Love in the Rough was designed as a musical, though virtually all the songs were cut from the final release print we see a chorus of secretaries typing rhythmically in the opening scene, yet this obvious song cue is cut short with nary a note. Robert Montgomery steps into the Haines role as Kelly, a shipping clerk who poses as an executive to gain access to a ritzy country club. Here he boasts of his prowess as a golfer, hoping to win the heart of heiress ...
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Overview

A remake of the 1927 William Haines comedy Spring Fever, Love in the Rough was designed as a musical, though virtually all the songs were cut from the final release print we see a chorus of secretaries typing rhythmically in the opening scene, yet this obvious song cue is cut short with nary a note. Robert Montgomery steps into the Haines role as Kelly, a shipping clerk who poses as an executive to gain access to a ritzy country club. Here he boasts of his prowess as a golfer, hoping to win the heart of heiress Marilyn Dorothy Jordan. Amazingly, our hero bluffs his way into a golf tournament -- and wins, with the help of Jewish caddie Benny Benny Rubin. If second lead Dorothy McNulty looks familiar, she should: eight years later, under her new nom de film of Penny Singleton, she starred in Columbia's Blondie series.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/16/2010
  • UPC: 883316234655
  • Original Release: 1930
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  • Source: Warner Archives
  • Presentation: B&W / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:15:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 59,682

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Robert Montgomery Jack Kelly
Dorothy Jordan Marilyn Crawford
Benny Rubin Benny
J.C. Nugent Waters
Tyrell Davis Tewksbury
Harry Burns Gardener
Edwards Davis Williams
Roscoe Ates Proprietor
Clarence H. Wilson Brown
Dorothy McNulty Virgie
Allan Lane Harry Johnson
Technical Credits
Charles "Chuck" Riesner Director
David Cox Costumes/Costume Designer
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Robert Hopkins Screenwriter
Sammy Lee Choreography
Sarah Y. Mason Screenwriter
Henry Sharp Cinematographer
Basil Wrangell Editor
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