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International House

USA, English, 70 mins

  • Director: A. Edward Sutherland
  • Writer: Neil Brant; Walter DeLeon
  • Producer: Emanuel Cohen

CGiii Comment

How times have changed...

The hotel manager is as camp as camp can be...

The humour is inane...

The performance are awful and W.C. Fields is an acquired taste - for stale shit writhing with septic maggots, yummy.

But...it is terribly camp...and, terrible.


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Professor Wong has invented a television machine and invites everyone to see it at China's International House Hotel. Every time Tommy Nash attempts to wed his fiancée Carol Fortescue he comes down with an illness, and when he breaks out in a rash the hotel is quarantined. Into this hotel flies Professor Quail in his auto-gyro.

Cast & Characters

Peggy Hopkins Joyce as Herself;
W.C. Fields as Prof. Henry R. Quail;
Rudy Vallee as Himself;
Stuart Erwin as Tommy Nash;
George Burns as Doctor Burns;
Gracie Allen as Nurse Allen;
Sari Maritza as Carol Fortescue;
F. Chase Taylor as Colonel Stoopnagle;
Budd Hulick as Budd;
Cab Calloway as Himself;
Bela Lugosi as Gen. Nicholas Petronovich;
Rose Marie as Herself;
Franklin Pangborn as Hotel Manager;
Edmund Breese as Doctor Wong;
Lumsden Hare as Sir Mortimer Fortescue

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