Breakfast for Two (1937)

10/22/1937 (US) ComedyRomance 1h 7m
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Overview

After a night on the town, Jonathan Blair wakes to find that Texan Valentine Ransome has escorted him home. Valentine is attracted to Jonathan and sets out first to reform him, and his family's near bankrupt shipping company, and then to marry him. In her way is Jonathan's fiancée, actress Carol Wallace.

  1. Alfred Santell

    Director

  2. Paul Yawitz

    Screenplay

  3. Viola Brothers Shore

    Screenplay

  4. Charles Kaufman

    Screenplay

  5. David Garth

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Barbara Stanwyck

    Barbara Stanwyck

    Valentine Ransome

  2. Herbert Marshall

    Herbert Marshall

    Jonathan Blair

  3. Glenda Farrell

    Glenda Farrell

    Carol Wallace

  4. Eric Blore

    Eric Blore

    Butch

  5. Donald Meek

    Donald Meek

    Justice of the Peace

  6. Etienne Girardot

    Etienne Girardot

    Mr. Meggs

  7. Frank M. Thomas

    Frank M. Thomas

    Sam Ransome

  8. Pierre Watkin

    Pierre Watkin

    Gordon Faraday

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Breakfast for Two
Breakfast for Two

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget -

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