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Kiss and Make Up [DVD] [English] [1934]
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Synopsis

Kiss and Make Up
One of the least known of Cary Grant's starring vehicles, Kiss and Make Up was based on a European play by Stephen Bekeffi. Grant stars as high-priced beautician Dr. Maurice Lamar, who does so spectacular a job on his plain-jane client Eve Caron (Genevieve Tobin) that Eve's jealous husband Marcel (Edward Everett Horton) divorces her. Eve marries Maurice on the rebound, but she drives him crazy with her shallow vanity. Maurice would prefer the company of his faithful secretary Anne (Helen Mack), but she has wed the vengeful Caron! But when Anne discovers that Caron is as self-involved as Eve, she goes back to Marcel, while Eve, who started it all, quickly finds comfort in the arms of gigolo Rolando (Rafael Storm). Highlights in Kiss and Make Up includes Cary Grant's musical numbers (yes, he can sing) and a hilarious bit involving Cecil Cunningham as one of Dr. Lamar's less successful "experiments." The film also serves as a showcase for the 1934 crop of Wampas Baby Stars, including George M. Cohan's pretty daughter Helen and Jean Gale of the singing Gale Sisters. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Cary Grant
    Cary Grant - Dr. Maurice Lamar
  • Genevieve Tobin
    Genevieve Tobin - Eve Caron
  • Helen Mack
    Helen Mack - Anne
  • Lucien Littlefield
    Lucien Littlefield - Max Pascal
  • Mona Maris
    Mona Maris - Countess Rita
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