Suzy

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Suzy is a 1936 drama film starring Jean Harlow, Franchot Tone, and Cary Grant. The film was partially written by Dorothy Parker and directed by George Fitzmaurice, based on a novel by Herman Gorman. The Oscar-nominated theme song, "Did I Remember?",... read more

Suzy is a 1936 drama film starring Jean Harlow, Franchot Tone, and Cary Grant. The film was partially written by Dorothy Parker and directed by George Fitzmaurice, based on a novel by Herman Gorman. The Oscar-nominated theme song, "Did I Remember?", was sung by Virginia Verrill (uncredited).

Original Release

07/20/1936

US Release

07/20/1936

Cast

Jean Harlow Suzy Trent / Suzy
Franchot Tone Terry Moore / Terry
Cary Grant Andre Charville / Andre
Lewis Stone Baron Charville / Baron
Benita Hume Diane Eyrelle / Madame Eyrelle
Reginald Mason Captain Barsanges
Inez Courtney Maisie
Greta Meyer Mrs. Schmidt
Theodore von Eltz Revue Producer
George Davis French Barman
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

George Fitzmaurice

Writers

Herman J. Mankiewicz, William Anthony McGuire, Dorothy Parker, Herbert Gorman, Lenore J. Coffee, Alan Campbell, Horace Jackson

Cast

Jean Harlow Suzy Trent / Suzy
Franchot Tone Terry Moore / Terry
Cary Grant Andre Charville / Andre
Lewis Stone Baron Charville / Baron
Benita Hume Diane Eyrelle / Madame Eyrelle
Reginald Mason Captain Barsanges
Inez Courtney Maisie
Greta Meyer Mrs. Schmidt
Theodore von Eltz Revue Producer
George Davis French Barman
Robert Adair London
Agostino Borgato Bearded Old Man with Watch
Tyler Brooke Raoul
Harry Cording Madame Eyrelle's Chauffeur
Frank Dawson Albert
Drew Demorest Aviator
Sam Finn Soldier
Ferdinand Gottschalk Proprietor of Café Anges
Forrester Harvey Counter Man
Hugh Huntley Adjutant

Producers

Editors

George Boemler

1937 Oscar Best Music, Original Song Nominated
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