Starring Peggy Hopkins Joyce, W.C. Fields, Rudy Vallee, Stuart Erwin, George Burns and Gracie Allen, "International House" is a Comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland, and written by Louis E. Heifetz (story), Neil Brant (story), Francis Martin and Walter DeLeon, released on May 27 of 1933 in the USA.
Grand Hotel of comedy
The film is a mix of numerous acts and bits, like a vaudeville variety show, interlaced with a plot line, in the style of the Big Broadcast pictures that were also released by Paramount during the 1930s
The ostensible plot line concerns a Chinese inventor trying to sell a "radioscope", an early version of television. Unlike real television, this imagined mechanism did not need a camera, but its monitor could zoom in on acts around the world. In addition to the typical Fieldsian comic lunacy, [...]
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the director of "International House"?
A. Edward Sutherland was an English director, actor, producer, and writer.
A. Edward Sutherland has directed movies such as "Follow the Boys", released in 1944, "Every Day's a Holiday" (1937), "Paramount on Parade" (1930), "The Saturday Night Kid" (1929), "Abie's Irish Rose" (1946), and "Sky Devils" (1932).
W.C. Fields and A. Edward Sutherland have also collaborated in "Follow the Boys", released in 1944.
What was the release date of "International House"?
"International House" was first released in the United States on Saturday, May 27, 1933. Also released on Saturday, May 27, 1933 has been "Gold Diggers of 1933" (dir. Mervyn LeRoy)Release date for the United States:
- Saturday, May 27, 1933
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