Professional Sweetheart

  • 1933
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy

Ginger Rogers did not use her singing voice in this picture, as Etta Moten dubbed her one song, "My Imaginary Sweetheart" (Edward Eliscu, Harry Akst), which, as it turned out, was the basis for the Great Britain title. Just as TV has been the target for barbed satire in the last half of the century, so it was with radio in the first half, and this is more

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Director (1 Credit)
Writer (1 Credit)
Maurine Watkins
Source (1 Credit)
Maurine Watkins
Producer (1 Credit)
H.N. Swanson
Cinematographer (1 Credit)
Edward Cronjager
Editor (1 Credit)
James Morley
Musical Composer (2 Credits)
Edward Eliscu
Harry Akst
Art Director (2 Credits)
Carroll Clark
Van Nest Polglase
Music Director (1 Credit)
Roy Webb
Make Up (1 Credit)
Mel Berns

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