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When You're in Love (1937) Poster

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Louise Brooks was originally cast in a supporting role. But after several spats with Columbia Pictures chief Harry Cohn, she was abruptly fired and most of her scenes deleted. Brooks can be glimpsed (uncredited) doing a specialty turn as a ballet dancer in one of the musical numbers.
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Grace Moore's scene singing "Minnie the Moocher" (with severely laundered lyrics) was included in preview showings, but was left out of the film in the original theatrical and later television release; the scene is now included in Sony's film restoration.
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Filmed in 1936, released in 1937, this was Grace Moore's second to last Hollywood film.
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