Tag Archives: Eddie Cantor

Glorifying the American Girl

Glorifying the American Girl (1929) It’s nice to hear Mary Eaton speak frankly to her boyfriend (a dreamy Edward Crandall) about wanting to live a little and see what she can do before settling down and raising children. He’s visibly hurt, but not petulant or […]

Strike Me Pink

Strike Me Pink (1936) Eddie Cantor stretches this fast-paced comedy in a dozen directions as the milquetoast tailor Eddie Pink who finds himself defending a Coney Island theme park from the mob. There are too many twists and subplots to name, but it’s all an […]