RONALD REAGAN’S FILM DEBUT ON THIS DAY IN 1937

Love_Is_on_the_Air_FilmPoster 

Love is on the Air
is a 1937 Warner Brothers film directed by Nick Grinde. It stars 
Ronald Reagan and June Travis. This was Reagan’s screen debut and for his 
work in the movie, Reagan received $200 a week. The film took just three weeks
to shoot and received generally positive reviews. The Hollywood Reporter was
especially generous in its praise, saying, "Love Is on the Air presents a new
leading man, Ronald Reagan, who is a natural, giving one of the best first
picture performances Hollywood has offered in many a day."

posted by Bob Karm in ANNIVERSARY,DEBUT,HISTORY,MOVIES and have Comment (1)

One Response to “RONALD REAGAN’S FILM DEBUT ON THIS DAY IN 1937”

  1. Barby says:

    “…and don’t bring politics onto your program again!” (quote from the movie)…ha….he sure came a long way during his career, didn’t he?!! Great clip! I like finding out stuff like this! Thanks for posting!

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