The Gay Desperado (1936)

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Release Date
2 October 1936
THE GIANT MUSICAL HIT OF THE YEAR! (original ad - all caps)
Filming Locations
Arizona, USA
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The Gay Desperado (1936) is a comedy film starring Ida Lupino, Leo Carrillo, and Nino Martini and directed by Rouben Mamoulian, produced by Mary Pickford, and originally released by United Artists. The film was restored by the UCLA Film and Television Archive and the Mary Pickford Foundation, and released on DVD in 2006 by Milestone Pictures after being out of distribution for many years.

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