A presidential candidate is deemed to have a dull personality, thus a charismatic look-alike is hired as a front.
|乔治 (George M. Cohan)||饰||Theodore K. Blair / Peeter J. 'Doc' Varney|
|克劳黛·考尔白 (Claudette Colbert)||饰||Felicia Hammond|
|吉米·杜兰特 (Jimmy Durante)||饰||Curly Cooney|
|George Barbier||饰||Boss Jim Ronkton|
|悉尼·托勒 (Sidney Toler)||饰||Prof. Aikenhead|
The Yankee Doodle Dandy and the Schnozzola write a new chapter in American Hysterics! (Print Ad- New York Sun, ((New York NY)) 29 September 1932)
It's nonsense and - I love it!
- 声音混合： Mono (Western Electric Noiseless Recording)
- 纵横比：1.37 : 1
|发行公司||Paramount Film Service (1932) (Theatrical) (Australia)|
|Paramount Film Service (1932) (Theatrical) (Canada)|
|Film AB Paramount (1935) (Theatrical) (Sweden)|
|MCA/Universal Pictures (1958) (TV) (United States)|
|Paramount British Pictures (1932) (Theatrical) (United Kingdom)|
|Universal Pictures Home Entertainment (UPHE) (Universal Vault Series) (2018) (DVD) (United States)|
|派拉蒙影业公司 (1932) (Theatrical) (United States)|
- One of Paramount's biggest flops of 1932.
- According to 理查德·罗杰斯, 乔治 deeply resented having to work with Rodgers and lyricist Lorenz Hart on the film. Cohan was bitter that the type of musical theatre that he had created was now out of fashion, and that it was being supplanted by the more literate and musically sophisticated shows of Rodgers and Hart, among others. During the filming Cohan would sarcastically refer to Rodgers and Hart as "Gilbert and Sullivan".
- The portraits that provide a prologue for the movie and sing about the problems of the country during the Depression are of the same four presidents (George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt) that are on Mount Rushmore in South Dakota that was being carved at the time this movie was released.