Tag Archives: Wesley Ruggles
Accent on Youth (1935) Wesley Ruggles, Sylvia Sidney, Herbert Marshall, Phillip Reed, Comedy, Romance
You Belong to Me (1941) Wesley Ruggles, Barbara Stanwyck, Henry Fonda, Edgar Buchanan, Comedy, Romance
No Man of Her Own (1932) Wesley Ruggles, Clark Gable, Carole Lombard, Dorothy Mackaill, Drama, Romance
Roar of the Dragon (1932) Wesley Ruggles, Richard Dix, Gwili Andre, Edward Everett Horton, Adventure, Romance
Are These Our Children (1931) Wesley Ruggles, Howard Estabrook, Eric Linden, Beryl Mercer, Billy Butts, Drama
Too Many Husbands (1940) Wesley Ruggles, Jean Arthur, Fred MacMurray, Melvyn Douglas, Comedy, Romance
It’s been a year since Bill Cardew was declared dead by drowning, and his widow Vicky is now married to his old friend and business partner, Henry Lowndes. When Bill unexpectedly returns from the island where he was marooned, what is Vicky to do? Well, having twice been a rather neglected wife, Vicky finds all the attention from two husbands competing for her favors delightful, and is in no hurry to make a decision…much to the discomfiture of hapless Bill and Henry.
Jobless, homeless and starving Freddie Joyzelle is saved by Mike Fall from the clutches of a masher, and is then invited to stay with him and his musician partners for at least two weeks. The four men call themselves The Four Seasons because of their surnames: there is also Joe Spring, Happy Winter and Pete Summer. Besides joining their group as a violinist, Freddie cooks and cleans for them and even gets them a gig at the Little Aregon restaurant after they are fired for asking for a raise at their old job. She is from the country of Aregon and knows the owner, Mr. Keppel, also from Aregon. When Prince Nicholaus of Aregon pays a visit to the restaurant and recognizes Freddie, he kisses her on the forehead, creating front page news that makes the restaurant famous. Keppel decides to open a larger restaurant because of the increase in business.