Mr Dodd Takes the Air
Director Alfred E. Green
Cinematography Arthur Edeson
Country United States
Genre Comedy, Musical
Produced by Mervyn LeRoy
|Writer William Wister Haines, Elaine Ryan, Clarence Budington Kelland|
Release date August 21, 1937 (1937-08-21)
Cast Kenny Baker (Claude Dodd), Alice Brady (Mme. Sonia Moro), Frank McHugh (Sniffer Sears), Gertrude Michael (Jessica Stafford), Jane Wyman (Marjorie Day), Henry O'Neill (D.M. Gateway)
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Mr. Dodd Takes the Air is a 1937 American musical comedy film that was nominated at the 10th Academy Awards in the category of Best Song. The song was called Remember Me, and the nominees were composer Harry Warren and lyricist Al Dubin.
A small town electrician becomes a hit singer in New York. When he was asked to sing for a local radio program. Where he gets involved with a gold digger, a thief, an opera singer and the woman he loves. After suffering from bronchitis he uses another voice to still be on the air but then everyone calls him a fake.
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