Blind Date (1934 film)
|Directed by||Roy William Neill|
|Produced by||Robert North|
|Written by||Vida Hurst|
by Vida Hurst
|Edited by||Gene Havlick|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Blind Date is a 1934 American drama film directed by Roy William Neill, starring Ann Sothern and Neil Hamilton.
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Kitty (Ann Sothern), is a hardworking switchboard operator who is engaged to auto mechanic Bill (Paul Kelly). When Bill opens his own garage, the demands of running his own business soon take a toll on his relationship with Kitty. Frustrated, Kitty agrees to go on a blind date with Bob (Neil Hamilton), the wealthy son of a department store titan. When sparks fly, Kitty is soon forced to make a difficult choice between the two men.
- Ann Sothern as Kitty Taylor
- Neil Hamilton as Bob Hartwell
- Paul Kelly as Bill Lowry
- Jane Darwell as Ma Taylor
- Spencer Charters as Charlie [Pa] Taylor
- Joan Gale as Flora Taylor
- Mickey Rooney as Freddie Taylor
- Geneva Mitchell as Dot
- Henry Kolker as J. W. Hartwell, Sr.
- Tyler Brooke as Emory
- Billie Seward as Barbara Hartwell
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