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Joseph M. Schenck presents
Fannie Brice in Be Yourself
Featuring Five Musical Numbers by Billy Rose including "When a Woman Loves a Man"
Comic chanteuse Fannie Brice stars as a nightclub singer in love with a thick-witted boxer (Robert Armstrong) in this delightful musical from the dawn of the talkies. Highlighted by five musical numbers co-written by Billy Rose (including "When a Woman Loves a Man"), Be Yourself showcases the unique blend of sophisticated grace, broad comedy and Yiddish pluck that made Brice a superstar of stage, screen and radio.
U.S. 1930 66 Min. B&W Full-Frame (1.33:1)
United Artists Not Rated
Presented by Joseph M. Schenck
Directed by Thornton Freeland
Screenplay by Max Marcin and Thornton Freeland
Based on "The Champ" by Joseph Jackson
Photographed by Robert H. Planck and Karl Struss
Art Direction by William Cameron Menzies
With Fannie Brice, Robert Armstrong, Harry Green, Gertrude Astor, Marjorie Kane
Licensed from the Douris Corp.
Copyright 1930 Joseph M. Schenck
Renewed Copyright 1957 Joseph M. Schenck
All Rights Reserved.