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I've Got Your Number (1934)

Unrated | | Action, Comedy, Romance | 24 February 1934 (USA)
Two telephone repairmen have many adventures and romance a pair of blondes.


Ray Enright


William Rankin (story), Warren Duff (screenplay) | 1 more credit »




Complete credited cast:
Joan Blondell ... Marie Lawson
Pat O'Brien ... Terry Riley
Allen Jenkins ... Johnny
Glenda Farrell ... Bonnie - aka Madame Francis
Eugene Pallette ... Joe Flood
Gordon Westcott ... Nicky
Henry O'Neill ... John P. Schuyler
Hobart Cavanaugh ... Happy Dooley
Renee Whitney ... Loretta Kennedy
Wallis Clark ... Mr. Madison
Robert Ellis ... Turk Garrison
Douglas Cosgrove ... Detective Turner
Selmer Jackson ... Joe - Gangster (as Selmar Jackson)
Louise Beavers ... Crystal
Henry Kolker ... Robert Kirkland


The adventures of wisecracking telephone repairmen Terry and Johnny are by turns comic, risque, and heroic. Terry pursues Marie, a hotel switchboard operator, who loses her job when she innocently does a favor for gangster Nicky. Terry gets Marie a job with financier Schuyler; but Nicky has new plans for her. Written by Rod Crawford <puffinus@u.washington.edu>

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JOAN BLONDELL RINGS THE BELL AS THE BELLE OF THE SWITCHBOARDS! (print ad - Lubbock Morning Avalanche - Texan Theatre - Lubbock, Texas - June 24, 1934 - all caps) See more »


Action | Comedy | Romance


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The ending, with Joan Blondell in bed, was filmed in her home. She was recovering from an emergency appendectomy and her doctor would not let her travel to the studio. See more »


When Flood and the workers arrive to rescue Terry; they jump out of the car. But on the next cut which is a medium shot, you see them jumping out of the car again. See more »


Terry Riley: What's the matter, duchess?
Marie Lawson: Oh, I got somethin' on my mind.
Terry Riley: So have I. I wish you knew.
Marie Lawson: I do know. That's the trouble with ya.
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Referenced in Hollywood Without Make-Up (1963) See more »


Puddin' Head Jones
Music by Lou Handman
Played when Terry and Marie are at the restaurant
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Blondell, Farrell and O'Brien
25 December 2019 | by ksf-2See all my reviews

Pat Obrien and Allen Jenkins are phone line workers, keeping the phone line working. Eugene Pallette was usually the (huge) sarcastic butler or father figure, overwhelmed by the events of the day. Here, he's the phone company boss, already sick of Terry and Johnny's antics. Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell were both HUGE, hollywood stars of the 1930s. They are Marie and Bonnie, switchboard operators who meet up with the phone workers, but refuse to go out with them. Terry (Obrien) pretty much stalks Marie, which was probably cute and romantic back in the day, but would be considered harassment these days. so many double entendres and naughty jokes. it's okay. there's a stolen money caper, and Marie gets caught up in it, and must figure out who-dunnit. great work by Blondell, O'brien, and Farrell. Directed by Ray Enright, who had started in silents with the genius Mack Sennett. Story by William Rankin; he had worked on some biggies (harvey girls, only angels have wings) but still no oscars. I've got your Number is pretty good stuff.

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Release Date:

24 February 1934 (USA) See more »

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Hell's Bells See more »

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Warner Bros. See more »
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