Hot Saturday

Hot Saturday is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant, and Randolph Scott.wikipedia
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William A. Seiter

William Seiter
Hot Saturday is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant, and Randolph Scott.
Seiter's other films include Sunny, Going Wild, Kiss Me Again, Hot Saturday, Way Back Home, Girl Crazy, Rafter Romance, Roberta, Room Service, Susannah of the Mounties, Allegheny Uprising, You Were Never Lovelier, Up in Central Park, One Touch of Venus.

Nancy Carroll

Hot Saturday is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant, and Randolph Scott.
Among her other films are Laughter (1930), Paramount on Parade (1930), Hot Saturday (1932) with Cary Grant and Randolph Scott, The Kiss Before the Mirror (1933) directed by James Whale, and Broken Lullaby aka The Man I Killed (1932) directed by Ernst Lubitsch.

Randolph Scott

Hot Saturday is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant, and Randolph Scott.
In between his work in the Zane Grey Western series, Paramount cast Scott in several non-Western roles, such as "the other man" in Hot Saturday (1932), with Nancy Carroll and Cary Grant.

Cary Grant

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Hot Saturday is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant, and Randolph Scott. Rich playboy Romer Sheffield (Cary Grant) is no exception, even though he has Camille (Rita La Roy) staying openly at his mansion, scandalizing the locals.
He played a suave playboy type in a number of films: Merrily We Go to Hell opposite Frederic March and Sylvia Sidney, Devil and the Deep alongside Gary Cooper, Charles Laughton and Tallulah Bankhead, Hot Saturday opposite Nancy Carroll and Randolph Scott, and Madame Butterfly with Sidney.

Lilian Bond

Romer sends Ruth home in his chauffeured car; she is seen arriving home early in the morning by Eva Randolph (Lilian Bond), the daughter of an important bank executive.
Hot Saturday (1932) as Eva Randolph

Pre-Code Hollywood

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Hot Saturday is a 1932 American pre-Code drama film directed by William A. Seiter and starring Nancy Carroll, Cary Grant, and Randolph Scott.
It includes The Cheat, Merrily We Go to Hell, Hot Saturday, Torch Singer, Murder at the Vanities, and Search for Beauty, together with a copy of the entire Hays Code.

Jane Darwell

After quarreling with her mother (Jane Darwell), Ruth flees to Bill's campsite.
Hot Saturday (1932) as Mrs Ida Brock

Rita La Roy

Rita LaRoy
Rich playboy Romer Sheffield (Cary Grant) is no exception, even though he has Camille (Rita La Roy) staying openly at his mansion, scandalizing the locals.

Edward Woods

She agrees to go on a date on Saturday with fellow employee Conny Billup (Edward Woods).

Arthur L. Todd

Arthur Todd
Arthur L. Todd (12 February 1895, in New Jersey – 28 August 1942, in Oceanside, New York) was an American cinematographer whose work included Hot Saturday (1932), I've Got Your Number (1934) and You're in the Army Now (1941).

Seton I. Miller

At Paramount, Miller wrote Hot Saturday (1932) and a horror film, Murders in the Zoo (1933).

Harvey Fergusson

Based on the novel Hot Saturday by Harvey Fergusson, the film is about a pretty, virtuous small-town bank clerk who becomes the victim of a vicious rumor.

William Collier Sr.

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William Collier, Sr. as Harry Brock, Ruth's father

James M. Cain

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Hot Saturday (1932), uncredited contribution to the script