Platinum Blonde script
Synopsis: Platinum Blonde is a 1931 American Pre-Code romantic comedy motion picture starring Jean Harlow, Robert Williams, and Loretta Young. The film was written by Jo Swerling and directed by Frank Capra. Platinum Blonde was Robert Williams' last screen appearance; he died of peritonitis three days after the film's October 31 release.[1][2] Though not as well known as Capra's later 1930s movies, the film's reputation has grown over the years. It is occasionally aired in the United States on Turner Classic Movies.

STEW:

Here it is. Pray for me, Gallagher.

Pray for me. Hold everything . . .

4. CLOSE SHOT

On the object in his hand, one of those hand-puzzles where

you have to land jumping beans in the holes.

5. DOUBLE SHOT

GALLAGHER:

Stew, your hands are shaking. You've

been drinking again.

STEW:

Come on, come on. Here they come,

Gallagher! Here they come!

Conroy's shouts are heard in the background.

GALLAGHER:

(conspiratorially)

The boss is getting hoarse.

STEW:

There's the third one. If I don't

get the last one, there's a certain

sob sister I know that's going to

get a kick right in the . . . oh!

Whoops, almost had that.

MED. CLOSE SHOT

Conroy, the City Editor at his desk, looking about with a

scowl for Stew.

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Robert Riskin

Robert Riskin (March 30, 1897 – September 20, 1955) was an American Academy Award-winning screenwriter and playwright, best known for his collaborations with director-producer Frank Capra. more…

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