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Director  George Fitzmaurice
Music director  Edward Ward
Country  United States
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy
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Language  English
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Release date  October 29, 1937
Writer  Charles Brackett (screenplay), Cyril Hume (screenplay), Richard Maibaum (screenplay), Marion Parsonnet (original story), Helen Grace Carlisle (suggested by a story by)
Screenplay  Charles Brackett, Richard Maibaum, Cyril Hume
Cast  Robert Montgomery (Bob Graham), Rosalind Russell (Julie Stoddard), Robert Benchley (Oscar), Helen Vinson (Lily Chalmers), Monty Woolley (Mr. Bawltitude), E.E. Clive (Mr. Palmiston)
Similar movies  Frankie and Johnny, Midnight Run, Midnight Cowboy, Auntie Mame, Buddy, Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber

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Live, Love and Learn is a 1937 romantic comedy film starring Robert Montgomery, Rosalind Russell, and Robert Benchley. The movie was directed by George Fitzmaurice.

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Cast

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  • Robert Montgomery as Bob Graham
  • Rosalind Russell as Julie Stoddard
  • Robert Benchley as Oscar
  • Helen Vinson as Lily Chalmers
  • Monty Woolley as Mr. Bawltitude
  • E.E. Clive as Mr. Palmiston
  • Mickey Rooney as Jerry Crump
  • Charles Judels as Pedro Felipe
  • Maude Eburne as Mrs. Crump
  • Harlan Briggs as Justice of the Peace
  • June Clayworth as Annabella Post
  • Barnett Parker as Alfredo
  • Al Shean as Professor Fraum
  • Reception

    Andre Sennwald wrote in The New York Times, "The principal distinction of this unexpected preachment in behalf of the hard, Cezanne way in art (using that Greenwich Village master, Robert Montgomery, as an object lesson) is that it affords a reasonably adequate vehicle for the graduation out of very funny shorts into a not-too-funny feature-length production, of Robert Benchley, who plays a character called Oscar".

    References

    Live, Love and Learn Wikipedia
    Live, Love and Learn IMDb Live, Love and Learn themoviedb.org