Hard to Get (Warner Bros.) (1938)

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When He Says: “I can’t be won!” As If He Means: “ You're the one!” Hle"s playing 6 .« ee : When She Says: “ What a line!” As If She Means: “Won’t you be mine?” yi | A Rip She’s playing... But when we say this easy-to-take, hard€ to-forget romance is the laugh-andy y" joy jackpot of the year—we mean it/ Dick Powell Olivia D-Havilland CHARLES WINNINGER ALLEN JENKINS: BONITA GRANVILLE MELVILLE.COOPER A WARNER BROS. PICTURE At ) [WARNE BROS) Directed by RAY ENRIGHT: Screen Play by Jerry Wald, Maurice Leo and Richard Macaulay + From an Original Story by Wally Klein and Joseph Schrank + Suggested by a Story by Stephen Morehouse Avery * Music and Lyrics by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer Mat No. 401 — 734”x 4 cols. (436 lines) — 60c Country of origin U.S.A. Copyright 1938 Vitagraph, Inc. All rights reserved. Copyright is waived to magazines and newspapers.