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87 Ratings

Me and My Gal

Directed by Raoul Walsh
United States, 1932
Drama, Comedy, Romance


Young New York cop Dan falls in love with waterfront waitress Helen. Helen’s sister Kate falls for gangster Duke. Dan must do in Duke.

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Me and My Gal Directed by Raoul Walsh

Critics reviews

Walsh’s sharp-tongued and rowdy characters are played by a tangy and exuberant deck of character actors, including one with a cinematic history: Henry B. Walthall, one of the great silent-era performers, whom Walsh had directed in a 1916 (silent!) adaptation of Ibsen’s play “Pillars of Society.” By casting Walthall in the role of Kate’s father-in-law, Walsh wittily pays homage to Walthall’s days of fame. Though Walsh was a master of the talking picture… his sense of silence remained golden.
February 25, 2014
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