The Bohemian Girl (1936 film)

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The Bohemian Girl is a 1936 film about two men who rescue a girl.

Directed by James W. Horne. Written by Frank Butler.
Your fun favorites in the celebrated operetta that made musical history!  (taglines)

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Ollie: Hello, honey.
Ollie's Wife: Don't honey me, you big bag of suet! I told you five minutes ago not to talk to me. I told you an hour ago. I told you a week ago!
Stan: Yeah, and you told him a year ago too. Didn't you?

Town Crier: Nine o'clock and all is well! Nine o'clock and all is well! Nine o'clock and all is well! Nine o'clock and all is well! Nine o'clock and all is well! Nine o'clock and all is well! Nine o'clock and all is well!
Stan: Could you tell us the time?

Ollie's Wife: What?
Ollie: Who's kid is that?
Ollie's Wife: It's none of your business.
Ollie: What do you mean it's none of my business? I demand to know who she is!
Ollie's Wife: Well, if you must know, she's yours!
Ollie: Mine? [smiles] Well, why didn't you tell me before?
Ollie's Wife: Because I didn't want her to know who her father was, till she was old enough to stand the shock.

Taglines[edit]

  • 1000 mad, merry musical moments.
  • Your fun favorites in the celebrated operetta that made musical history!

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