Twenty Million Sweethearts

Twenty Million Sweethearts Information

Twenty Million Sweethearts is a 1934 American musical comedy film directed by Ray Enright. The film stars Pat O'Brien, Dick Powell and Ginger Rogers.

The film was remade in 1949, starring Doris Day and Jack Carson as My Dream Is Yours.


Agent Russell Edward 'Rush' Blake (Pat O'Brien) is able to promote the singing tenor waiter Buddy Clayton (Dick Powell) as a major radio star whilst Buddy's wife Peggy Cornell (Ginger Rogers) loses out. In the end, Peggy does not lose Buddy to his "twenty million sweethearts" - his female fans.

  • Pat O'Brien as Russell Edward 'Rush' Blake
  • Dick Powell as Buddy Clayton
  • Ginger Rogers as Peggy Cornell
  • Ted Fio Rito as Himself
  • Allen Jenkins as 'Uncle' Pete
  • Grant Mitchell as Chester A. Sharpe
  • Joseph Cawthorn as Mr. Herbert 'Herbie' Brokman
  • Joan Wheeler as Marge, the Receptionist
  • Henry O'Neill as Lemuel Tappan
  • Johnny Arthur as Norma Hanson's Secretary
  • The Mills Brothers as Themselves
  • The Radio Rogues as Themselves


The film features the well-known song I'll String Along with You by Harry Warren and Al Dubin.


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