I Am Suzanne

  • 1934
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Drama

Dancer Harvey breaks her leg and is taken care of by puppeteer Raymond. They fall in love. This routine story line is boosted by the clever use of puppets to symbolize the relationship between Harvey and Raymond at its various stages. In the film's best sequence, Harvey dreams that she is put on trial for attempting to kill the puppet likeness of herself....read more

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Dancer Harvey breaks her leg and is taken care of by puppeteer Raymond. They fall in love. This routine story line is boosted by the clever use of puppets to symbolize the relationship between Harvey and Raymond at its various stages. In the film's best sequence, Harvey dreams that she is

put on trial for attempting to kill the puppet likeness of herself. Both puppets and people perform the production numbers. Songs include "Just a Little Garret," "Oh How I've Sinned," "One Word," "San Moritz," "Wooden Woman," "Oski-O-Lay-Li-O-Mo" (Frederick Hollander).

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  • Review: Dancer Harvey breaks her leg and is taken care of by puppeteer Raymond. They fall in love. This routine story line is boosted by the clever use of puppets to symbolize the relationship between Harvey and Raymond at its various stages. In the film's best se… (more)

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