"The Amazing Adventure" was a good movie. It also is known as "Romance and Riches." The sound quality is poor, but it's worth watching. This 1937 fillm stars Cary Grant and Mary Brian. Cary Grant plays Bliss, a young man who inherits a lot of money, yet is depressed. He goes to a psychiatrist who challenges him to make it on his own without his millions. Bliss makes a bet with him that he can do it within a year.
Here is a compilation, set to modern music, of Valentino dancing in his films, including "Blood and Sand," "Cobra" (with Nita Naldi), "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse " ( with Alice Terry) and "The Eagle" (with Vilma Banky).
This clip is from "Waikiki Wedding," starring Bing Crosby, Martha Raye, Shirley Ross and a very young Anthony Quinn. I loved this movie! It starts out with a Hawaiian wedding and features Hawaiian songs and dance. Wonderful!
This 1937 song is "Sweet is the Word for You," sung by Bing Crosby
Another movie, "Double or Nothing" is a great Bing Crosby film, also starring Martha Raye. Both films were on the same DVD.
Kiss and Makeup - 1934, starring Cary Grant, Helen Mack, Genevieve Tobin and Edward Everett Horton This movie satires women's desire for beauty. Cary Grant plays a cosmetic doctor who, towards the end of the film, finally gives good advice to a patient who wants him to make her beautiful. This clip shows the good doctor and his secretary (she's in love with him, of course) at his apartment. He sings "Love Divided by Two."
There's another film, "30 Day Princess", starring Cary Grant and Sylvia Sidney. I liked that film much better. These films were on the same DVD.