Subject: Edmund Lowe and Ruth Etting on sale for limited time


Gift Of Gab (1934)
Starring Edmund Lowe and Ruth Etting

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
In this musical, a radio-announcer is fired after giving a false interview. For consolation he begins to drink heavily. It is his girlfriend who helps him sober up when she provides him with a major scoop--a missing airplane. He enthusiastically sets out after it and eventually finds it. As a publicity stunt, he skydives to the downed plane while broadcasting live.
Director: Karl Freund
Writers: Rian James, Jerry Wald, Philip G Epstein, Lou Breslow

Stars: Edmund Lowe, Ruth Etting, Gloria Stuart, Phil Baker, Paul Lukas, Ethel Waters, Chester Morris, Binnie Barnes, Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Alice White, Andy Devine, Gus Arnheim and His Orchestra, Henry Armetta, Wini Shaw, Helen Vinson, Leighton Noble, The Downey Sisters, Billy Barty, Dennis O'Keefe
Songs include:

Talking to Myself
Music by Con Conrad
Lyrics by Herb Magidson
Performed by Ruth Etting

Tomorrow, Who Cares?
Music by Murray Mencher
Lyrics by Charles Tobias
Performed by Ruth Etting

I Ain't Gonna Sin No More
Music by Con Conrad
Lyrics by Herb Magidson
Performed by Ethel Waters and the Beale Street Boys

Blue Sky Avenue
Music by Con Conrad
Lyrics by Herb Magidson
Performed by Gene Austin with Candy Candido and Otto Heimel

Don't Let This Waltz Mean Goodbye
Music by Albert von Tilzer
Lyrics by Jack Meskill

Somebody Looks Good
Music by Albert von Tilzer
Lyrics by George Whiting

Much sought for years by horror fans because Lugosi and Karloff's appearance, when the film finally came to light, a vast disappointment was in store because not only are the two not seen together, Lugosi is wasted with a role literally of about five seconds duration. Karloff doesn't fare much better.
Gloria Stuart's real-life husband, writer Arthur Sheekman, can be briefly glimpsed walking behind her in the hallway during Ruth Etting's number.
Originally the Three Stooges were signed to appear in the film, but they had just signed with Columbia Pictures for Woman Haters, the first of their short subjects, so three look-alike actors replaced them.
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