Review of Love Me Tonight (1932)

Moving picture, 104 minutes

Seen in 2015.

Some funny early sound tricks, particularly the yapping dog dubbing, and the failed trick of a romantic duet while both parties are shown asleep in their beds. The best part, however, is the tour of the castle’s various servant categories near the end. They are all shown as unrealistic fools for looking down on a tailor instead of laughing, but at least they are allowed to appear on screen, describing their work in speaking roles.

moving picture fiction