Hi, Nellie! - (Original Trailer)
Paul Muni is a reporter investigating a murder even after demotion to the advice column in this adaptation of Nathaniel West's novel Miss Lonelyhearts.
Hi, Nellie! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) They've Found Bigger Hearts In Fleas!
Delineating relations between reluctant lonely hearts columnist Gerry (Glenda Farrell), billed as Nellie, and editor Brad Bradshaw (Paul Muni), Mervyn LeRoy directing in extra punchy Warner Bros. style, from an original script by Abem Finkel, Sidney Sutherland and Roy Chanslor, early in Hi, Nellie!, 1934.
Hi, Nellie! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) Polish Children's Picnic Yarn
First scene for Paul Muni in his first comedy, as big city news editor Brad Bradshaw, directed by Mervyn LeRoy, with George Chandler, Donald Meek, Douglas Dumbrille (as Dawes), and Paul Kaye in support, the picnic story having nothing to do with the Bob Dylan song, written about a similar (but not fictional) event almost 30-years later, in Hi, Nellie!, 1934.
Hi, Nellie! (1934) -- (Movie Clip) I Wanted A Story With Teeth
Editor Brad (Paul Muni) called before his annoyed but befuddled publisher (Berton Churchill) who thinks he blew a big city corruption story, pointing out he cant be fired, but nonetheless sharing the news with disgruntled advice columnist Gerry (Glenda Farrell, pen name Nellie), knowing shell be thrilled Hi, Nellie!, 1934.