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Barbara Stanwyck and Herbert Marshall play "Breakfast for Two" in this 1937 comedy which also stars Eric Blore, Brenda Farrell, and Donald Meek.Stanwyck is Valentine Ransome from Texas, who meets playboy Jonathan Blair one night and ends up spending the night at his apartment. No, it's not precode, it's just that Blair's dog frightened her when she went for the door. Valentine is attracted to Jonathan, but he appears to have a lack of direction. He runs his family shipping company and has just about plowed it into the ground.Valentine buys the company in the hopes that Jonathan will receive in there and create good. Meanwhile, she has to worry about his marriage to an actress (Glenda Farrell) and how she's going to stop it.Some hilarious scenes, including a chorus of window washers and a funny performance by Donald Meek as the terrible justice of the peace. As the dizzy actress Carol, Glenda Farrell is a riot.There's some slapstick that involves Marshall which I assume was done with a stand-in since he had an artificial leg - but it was done seamlessly.Beautiful sets and great production values, a pretty comedy, with the young Stanwyck looking beautiful.
A Fresh York playboy & a Texas rich woman play BREAKFAST FOR TWO after a wild night on the town.Here is a screwball comedy which derives its humor more from the fine acting of its cast than from zany situations. When these cases do appear late in the movie the characters are well established in the viewer's mind, adding additional zest to some very funny sequences.Barbara Stanwyck stars as the highly determined young girl who uses her considerable resources to save the boy she loves from his improvident lifestyle. This was an actress equally adept at the grittiest drama or the lightest comedy. Her timing was impeccable and her delivery uniquely all her own. As the object of her affections, Herbert Marshall makes perfect test of his suave demeanor and marvelous speaking voice to add a soupçon of sophistication to his character's wastrel ways.An perfect helping cast gets totally involved in the zany proceedings. Brassy Glenda Farrell plays the dumb blonde actress who adores Marshall; good-hearted & jolly, the plot really does treat her unkindly. Eric Blore is unbelievable as Marshall's faithful, scheming valet. Small chittering Etienne Girardot plays Marshall's elderly office manager. Donald Meek, as a flustered tiny Justice of the Peace, gets to preside over three of the funniest wedding ceremonies ever committed to film.RKO has given the movie very fine production values, as epitomized by the mansion sets shown in the opening sequence. And what about those crazy window washers?!
Watched this 1937 comedy recently on Turner Classic Films and laughed (out loud) harder than I have in a long while. That's telling something, as I am usually one of those "just smile when something is funny" kind of folks (those of you like me know what I mean ;)).Although I am a fanatic of Stanwyck and Marshall, the incomparable hero performances of Eric Blore (the Valet - "Butch") and Donald Meek (the Judge) STOLE the show. I am still laughing as I remember.You may not remember the names of Blore and Meek, but if you have watched (practically) ANY film from the 20's, 30's or 40's, you will recognize their faces (usually as butlers, bankers, judges, or valets --combined - the two were in over 200 movies in those 30 years!)As previous reviewers have said, this film is pure fun, lite comedy, with some of our most loved actors - worth the watch and GUARANTEED for a belly laugh!
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