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|Mr. Dodd Takes the Air|
|Directed by||Alfred E. Green|
|Written by||William Wister Haines|
Clarence Budington Kelland (story The Great Crooner)
|Produced by||Mervyn LeRoy|
|Edited by||Thomas Richards|
|Music by||Adolph Deutsch (uncredited)|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
A small town electrician becomes a hit singer in New York after being asked to sing for a local radio program. There he gets involved with a gold digger, a thief, an opera singer and a woman he falls in love with. After suffering from bronchitis, he sings in another voice to stay on the air, but then is called a fake.
- Kenny Baker as Claude L. Dodd
- Frank McHugh as 'Sniffer' Sears
- Alice Brady as Mme. Sonia Moro
- Gertrude Michael as Jessica Stafford
- Jane Wyman as Marjorie Day
- John Eldredge as Jim Lidin
- Henry O'Neill as D.M. Gateway
- Harry Davenport as Doc Jeremiah George Quinn
- Ferris Taylor as Hiram P. Doremus
- Florence Gill As Miss Carrie Bowers (Uncredited)
- Linda Perry as Information Desk Girl
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