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Nothing Sacred (1937)

aka Nothing Sacred

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Details: 77 mins · English

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Cast:

Small Hazel Flagg
Small Wallace "Wally" Cook
Small Dr. Enoch Downer
Small Oliver Stone
Small Dr. Emil Eggelhoffer
No_movie_poster Master of Ceremonies
No_movie_poster Ernest Walker
Small Max Levinsky
Small Warsaw, Vermont Drugstore Lady
No_movie_poster Will Bull
No_movie_poster Himself
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Crew:

No_movie_poster David O. Selznick Producer
No_movie_poster Lyle R. Wheeler Art Direction
No_movie_poster Ben Hecht Screenplay
No_movie_poster Ring Lardner Jr. Writer
No_movie_poster Budd Schulberg Writer
No_movie_poster William Cameron Menzies Second Unit
No_movie_poster Walter Plunkett Costume Design
Small William A. Wellman Director
Small Oscar Levant Original Music Composer
No_movie_poster James E. Newcom Editor
No_movie_poster W. Howard Greene Cinematography
No_movie_poster James H. Street Original Story
No_movie_poster Fred Spencer Second Unit Cinematographer

Plot:

New York newspaper reporter Wally Cook (Fredric March) tries to pass off an ordinary African-American (Troy Brown) as an African nobleman hosting a charity event. Cook is demoted to writing obituaries. He begs his boss Oliver Stone (Walter Connolly) for another chance. Wally is sent to the (fictional) town of Warsaw, Vermont, to interview Hazel Flagg (Carole Lombard), a woman supposedly dying of radium poisoning. Cook finally locates Hazel, who is crying because her doctor has told her that she is not dying. Unaware of this, he invites her to New York as the guest of the Morning Star newspaper.

The newspaper uses her story to increase its circulation. She receives a ticker tape parade and the key to the city, and becomes an inspiration to many. In addition, she and Wally fall in love. When it is finally discovered that Hazel is not really dying, city officials decide that it would be better to avoid embarrassment by having it seem that she committed suicide. Hazel and Wally get married and quietly set sail for the tropics.