Sing Me A Love Song

  • 1936
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical

Rich playboy Melton goes incognito and takes a job as a clerk for a store he owns. He wants to learn the ins and outs of the business, but gets distracted in his aims by music counter clerk Ellis--a perfect contrivance to pepper this forgettable programmer with some equally forgettable tunes sung by Melton. Herbert has some funny moments as a kleptomaniac,...read more

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Rich playboy Melton goes incognito and takes a job as a clerk for a store he owns. He wants to learn the ins and outs of the business, but gets distracted in his aims by music counter clerk Ellis--a perfect contrivance to pepper this forgettable programmer with some equally forgettable

tunes sung by Melton. Herbert has some funny moments as a kleptomaniac, but this is mostly an inept musical that suffers from a silly screenplay and a lower-than-usual budget. Songs include: "Summer Night," "The Little House That Love Built," "That's the Least You Can Do for a Lady" (Al Dubin,

Harry Warren), "Your Eyes Have Told Me So" (Gus Khan, Walter Blaufuss, Egbert Van Alstyne).

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