Platinum Blonde

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.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Production: Columbia Pictures
 
IMDB:
6.9
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
PASSED
Year:
1931
89 min
350 Views


MRS. SCHUYLER

(sarcastic)

If you had to make a fool of

yourself, why didn't you tell it

to her instead of writing?

MICHAEL:

Because I couldn't get her on the

phone.

MRS. SCHUYLER

Imbecile!

ANNE:

You should have known better than

to write, Romeo. I found that out

a long time ago.

MRS. SCHUYLER

I should say you had. At the rate

you two are going, we'll have to

leave the country to save our faces.

ANNE:

Splendid, Mother. Let's hop over

to Monte Carlo. It's a great place

to save a face.

MRS. SCHUYLER

Oh, shut up!

A butler appears in the doorway. He is about to say

something, but he stammers and turns.

MRS. SCHUYLER

(stopping him)

What is it, Smythe?

SMYTHE:

Pardon me, madam - but what am I

to say to the newspapermen?

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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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