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Directed by  William Clemens
Screenplay by  Roy Chanslor
Music by  Howard Jackson
Director  William Clemens
Production company  First National Pictures
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Produced by  Bryan Foy
Story by  Michael Jacoby
Initial release  1936
Music director  Howard Jackson
Producer  Bryan Foy
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Starring  Ross Alexander Glenda Farrell Anne Nagel
Cast  Ross Alexander, Anne Nagel, Glenda Farrell, George E Stone
Similar  Ross Alexander movies, Comedies, Other similar movies

Here Comes Carter is a 1936 American comedy film directed by William Clemens and written by Roy Chanslor. The film stars Ross Alexander, Glenda Farrell and Anne Nagel. It was released by Warner Bros. as a First National Pictures in October 24, 1936. In Britain the film was released under the title "The Voice of Scandal". A radio commentator avenges an old wrong by blowing the whistle on Hollywood scandals.

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Here comes carter


Plot

Movie studio publicist Kent Carter becomes furious when he believes actor Rex Marchbanks is trying to steal Linda Warren, the girl he loves. Their feud intensifies when Kent replaces radio personality Mel Winter on the air, reporting on Hollywood scandals and repeatedly singling out Rex.

Gangsters become involve, particularly Slugs Dana and Steve Moran, who threaten Kent. In the end, Kent wins Linda back after proving that Rex and Moran are actually brothers as well as crime associates.

Cast

  • Ross Alexander as Kent Carter
  • Glenda Farrell as Verna Kennedy
  • Anne Nagel as Linda Warren
  • Craig Reynolds as Rex Marchbanks
  • Hobart Cavanaugh as Mel Winter
  • George E. Stone as Boots Burnett
  • John Sheehan as Slugs Dana
  • Joseph Crehan as Daniel Bronson
  • Dennis Moore as Russ McAllen
  • William white as Office Boy
  • Songs

    Music and lyrics by M. K. Jerome and Jack Scholl:

  • You on My Mind
  • Through the Courtesy of Love
  • References

    Here Comes Carter Wikipedia


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