Hooray for Love


Hooray for Love (1935)

(featuring Lucille Ball as Chorine)

Lucille Ball Movies

A young man with money falls for singer Pat Thatcher, and her con man father makes the most of it. Young would-be producer Doug Tyler meets singer Pat Thatcher twice, and makes the wrong impression both times.

Pat's father, the Commodore, easily cons Doug into mortaging his ancestral home to invest in a show. When the producers abscond with Doug's money, the show must close before it opens, unless one of the three can come up with a miracle.

Special Notes: Based on a screenplay by Lawrence Hazard and Ray Harris, which was based on an unpublished story by Marc Lachmann titled The Show Must Go On.

Movie #22
Film Date: 1935

Release Date: June 14, 1935
Film Type: comedy/musical
Film Color: black/white
Studio: RKO-Radio
Film Length: 72 minutes

Walter Land (Director)
Felix Young (Associate Producer)

Character Role:
Lucille Ball (Chorine) (uncredited)

Supporting Cast:
Ann Sothern (Patricia Thatcher)
Gene Raymond (Douglas Tyler)
Bill Robinson (Bill Robinson)