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A toothpaste magnate's mischievous daughter, tired of her father's traditional ways of conducting business, joins forces with her father's rival and a crazy inventor. Together they create "Cocktail Toothpaste". The new concoction tastes like whiskey in the morning, a martini at suppertime, and champagne at night.

  1. Frank Howard Clark

    Story

  2. F. Hugh Herbert

    Screenplay

  3. Manuel Seff

    Screenplay

  4. Benny Rubin

    Screenplay

  5. Ray Enright

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Joan Blondell

    Joan Blondell

    Angela Twitchell

  2. Glenda Farrell

    Glenda Farrell

    Claudette

  3. William Gargan

    William Gargan

    Pat O'Connor

  4. Hugh Herbert

    Hugh Herbert

    Elmer

  5. Grant Mitchell

    Grant Mitchell

    Rufus Twitchell

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Status Released

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  • March 28, 1935
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 3m

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