Reporter Steve (sometimes 'Rollo,' Pat O'Brien) visits girlfriend Elaine (bracingly blonde Myrna Loy) after a long stint overseas, and gets real bad news, early in Consolation Marriage, 1931.
Recently jilted reporter 'Rollo' (Pat O'Brien) is being consoled by his editor Jeff (John Halliday) when he meets the equally-dumped Mary (Irene Dunne) for the first time, in RKO's Consolation Marriage, 1931.
First scene for Irene Dunne, as 'Mary,' some exposition as her pianist boyfriend Aubrey (Lester Vail) departs to marry a woman he doesn't love, shortly after co-star Pat O'Brien (not seen) got jilted, early in Consolation Marriage, 1931.
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Look out, Jake Luva. That sinuous moll cuddling up to you on the dance floor isn't the floozy she seems. She's Bonnie Jordan, ex-society girl and current undercover reporter, investigating a murder that has your fingerprints all over it. She has what it takes, all right - to take you and your crime empire down. As Bonnie and Jake, Joan Crawford and Clark Gable exude plenty of pre-Code sensuality in their first screen teaming. Gable is fifth-billed, but the moment he and Crawford go into a clinch, there is no question who in the film could match her star power. Crawford and Gable went on to make seven more films together. And each smoldered with the red-hot chemistry originally sparked in Dance, Fools, Dance.
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