When's Your Birthday?

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When's Your Birthday?
When's Your Birthday lobby card 1937.JPG
Directed by Harry Beaumont
Produced by Robert Harris
David L. Loew
Written by Harvey Gates
Malcolm Stuart Boylan
Samuel M. Pyke
Screenplay by Harry Clork
H.W. Hanemann
Richard Macaulay
Based on the play
by John Frederick Ballard
Starring Joe E. Brown
Marian Marsh
Music by Sam Wineland
John Leipold
Marlin Skiles
Cinematography George Robinson
Edited by Jack Ogilvie
David L. Loew Productions
Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures
Release date
February 19, 1937
Running time
75 minutes
Country United States
Language English

When's Your Birthday? (1937) is an American film directed by Harry Beaumont. While original prints of this film had a cartoon sequence in Technicolor directed by Bob Clampett and Leon Schlesinger, most prints (including the Internet Archive) have the sequence in black-and-white.

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Dustin Willoughby (Joe E. Brown) is a prizefighter and believer in astrology, who only wins when the stars are in alignment.



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