Remember Last Night?

James Whale (director)
Adam Hobhouse (novel)
Harry Clork, Doris Malloy, Dan Totheroh (screenwriters)
Edward Arnold, Robert Young, Constance Cummings (starring)

Universal City: Universal Pictures, 1935. Four vintage studio photographs from the 1935 film, featuring Edward Arnold, Robert Young and Louise Henry. Mimeo snipe on verso of the two Edward Arnold photographs.

Based on the 1935 novel "The Hangover Murders" by the pseudonymous Adam Hobhouse, "Remember Last Night?" was the first film James Whale directed after his masterwork "Bride of Frankenstein" and was one of his personal favorites.

The morning after a night of wild partying finds the party's host (George Meeker) murdered in his bed. When the detective (Edward Arnold) arrives to investigate, none of the partygoers can remember anything that happened because of how much they drank.

8 x 10 inches. Overall Very Good plus, some light soiling and creasing on margins. One with some ink staining. Three of the four photos evenly faded (see images).

Byrge and Miller, The Screwball Comedy Films.

[Book #146651]