Page Miss Glory

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  • 1935
  • 1 hr 33 min
  • 6.7  (1,408)

Page Miss Glory is a lighthearted romantic comedy film that was released in 1935. It stars Marion Davies, Pat O'Brien, and Dick Powell and was directed by Mervyn LeRoy. The movie follows the story of a young, small-town girl named Gladys (Davies), who dreams of making it big in the city. The film starts by introducing Gladys, a small-town girl who works as a waitress in a hamburger stand in Georgia. One day, an advertising executive named Buzz (O'Brien) and a songwriter named Bud (Powell) come to the town looking for a girl with a good singing voice to star in a new radio program called "The Hamburger Hour". They hear Gladys singing and believe she has the potential to be a big star.

Buzz and Bud decide to take Gladys to New York City, where they plan to make her a star. However, things don't go as planned when Gladys arrives in the city. She is overwhelmed by the fast-paced lifestyle and is unable to adjust to the city's culture. To make things worse, Gladys is mistaken for a missing heiress named Glory Eden, which leads to a string of misunderstandings and comedic situations.

As the movie progresses, Gladys finds herself caught in a love triangle between Buzz and Bud. Buzz is a successful advertising executive who is attracted to Gladys and wants to make her a star. Bud, on the other hand, is a struggling songwriter who sees Gladys as his muse and wants to write a hit song for her. Gladys, who is innocent and naive, is unsure of who to choose.

The film is filled with witty dialogues and comedic situations that keep the audience engaged throughout. Marion Davies delivers a stellar performance in the lead role and is perfectly cast as the innocent and naive Gladys. Pat O'Brien and Dick Powell, who play the two love interests, also deliver solid performances.

One of the standout moments of the film is the "Hamburger Hop", a dance sequence that takes place towards the end of the movie. The sequence features a catchy song and showcases Davies' impeccable dancing skills.

Overall, Page Miss Glory is a charming film that is sure to entertain audiences, even more than 80 years after its release. The film's humor, music, and performances make it a must-watch for fans of classic Hollywood cinema.

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    6.7  (1,408)