Love Is on the Air

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Love Is on the Air
Love Is on the Air FilmPoster.jpeg
Film poster
Directed by Nick Grinde
Produced by Bryan Foy
Hal B. Wallis
Jack L. Warner
Written by Roy Chanslor
Screenplay by Morton Grant
George Bricker
Pat C. Flick
Based on Love Is on the Air (short story)
Starring Ronald Reagan
June Travis
Eddie Acuff
Ben Welden
Music by Howard Jackson
Cinematography James Van Trees
Edited by Doug Gould
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release date
  • October 2, 1937 (1937-10-02)
Running time
59 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Love is on the Air is a 1937 American film directed by Nick Grinde. The film stars Ronald Reagan and June Travis, supported by Eddie Acuff, Robert Barrat, Raymond Hatton, and Willard Parker. It was Reagan's screen debut. The movie was the first of three remakes of the 1933 Paul Muni picture Hi, Nellie. (The later ones were You Can't Escape Forever (1942), with George Brent, and House Across the Street (1949), with Wayne Morris.)[1]

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Reckless radio commentator Andy McCaine (Ronald Reagan) gets into trouble when he attacks a corrupt city government, and his boss forces him to host an innocuous kiddie program.


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