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Things You Never See on the Screen (1935)



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Credited cast:
Robert Armstrong ... Himself
Johnny Arthur ... Himself
Busby Berkeley ... Himself
Joan Blondell ... Herself
George Brent ... Himself
James Cagney ... Himself
Anne Canova Anne Canova ... Herself
Judy Canova ... Herself
Zeke Canova Zeke Canova ... Himself
Leo Carrillo ... Himself
Irene Dunne ... Herself
Glenda Farrell ... Herself
Kay Francis ... Herself
William Gargan ... Himself
Hugh Herbert ... Himself


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Short | Comedy







Release Date:

December 1935 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Breakdowns of 1935 See more »

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Warner Bros. See more »
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1.37 : 1
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References The Secret Bride (1934) See more »

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"If It's a Good Picture, It's a Miracle"
6 August 2014 | by bobliptonSee all my reviews

Warner Brothers used to sweep up the more amusing examples of Great Actors blowing a take in their Great Pictures -- usually accompanied by some profane language -- attach some titles and show them at the Christmas parties. By 1938 this was a yearly tradition, called "Breakdowns" and stitched together by a clip of Porky Pig hitting a thumb with a hammer and stuttering "Son of a b-".

In this 1935 version, we get to see Jimmy Cagney and Warren Williams blowing a lot of takes, as well as Busby Berkley complaining about the Ostrich That Got Away. The titles include a number of suggestions for musical cues to "Leo", presumably Leo Forbstein, the conductor of the house orchestra. Very funny.

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