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Bachelor Bait(1934)

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  • Married Bliss for Five Dollars

    • A Conner
    • 8/9/16

    Easily talked into things, William Watts takes the blame for a lazy employee's gross lateness at the marriage bureau where he works and gets fired for his kindness. Without a job, he dreams up a scheme to help people get married to the right people, for five dollars a request, an idea that he really doesn't intend to put into action until a beautiful neighbor gently pushes him into it. He's a fantastic success, except in his own life. The beautiful neighbor, who is now his secretary is in love with him and he with her, though he doesn't know it yet. He almost pairs her off with another guy. Erwin is once again hilarious as a melancholy do-gooder and Pelton is an absolute scream, funny-wise. Love the zingers and sight gags. Love this movie. Why, oh why is it not on dvd???

  • Bachelor Bait

    • lumpys mom
    • 4/13/10

    Very Funny! A series of vignettes surrounding a MARRIAGE AGENCY. Great one-liners.Even as a child I could see STEW ERWIN'S unique humor.AND the lovely ROCHELLE HUDSON. Please show this rare film again!!

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