When You're in Love (film)

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When You're in Love
When You're in Love FilmPoster.jpeg
theatrical release poster
Directed by Robert Riskin
Produced by Everett Riskin
Harry Lachmman (uncredited)
Written by Robert Riskin
Story by Ethel Hill
Cedric Worth
Starring Grace Moore
Cary Grant
Music by Alfred Newman (uncredited)
Jerome Kern (music)
Dorothy Fields (lyrics)
Cinematography Joseph Walker
Edited by Gene Milford
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release dates
  • February 12, 1937 (1937-02-12) (US)
Running time
104 minutes
Country United States
Language English

When You're in Love is a 1937 musical film starring Grace Moore, Cary Grant, and Thomas Mitchell. Moore sings "Minnie the Moocher" in one scene. She also sings the Ernesto Lecuono classic "Siboney" (though her Spanish is not perfection) drooled over by Cary Grant. The movie was directed by Robert Riskin. Two of the songs in the film – "Our Song" and "The Whistling Boy" – are by Jerome Kern and Dorothy Fields.


Cast notes:

  • Louise Brooks makes a brief appearance, uncredited, as one of many ballet dancers in a musical sequence. Brooks, who had retired from films, was trying to work her way back up, and Columbia Pictures had offered her a film test contingent upon appearing in this film.[1]

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