The Palm Beach Story

1942

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88 Min

The Palm Beach Story

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N/A
Released:
Nov 7th, 1942
Revenue:
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Country:
USA

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The Palm Beach Story

Posted: 15 years ago

A happily married woman plans to divorce her inventor husband and marry a millionaire in order to finance his work. Very funny and original script!

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- In-joke: The character John D. Hackensacker performs the song "Goodnight Sweetheart", associated in the 1930s with Rudy Vallee who plays the part.

- The original title of this film was Is Marriage Necessary?, but this was deemed to contravene the Production Code.

- Hackensacker's yacht is 'The Erl King'. The Erlking is a character depicted in a number of older German poems/ ballads as a malevolent creature who haunts forests and carries off travelers to…More

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