Fools for Scandal (Mervyn LeRoy, 1938)

Director: Mervyn LeRoy
Producer: Warner Brothers, Mervyn LeRoy
Writers: Herbert Fields, Joseph Fields, Julius J. Epstein (contributor), Philip G. Epstein (contributor), Edith Fitzgerald (contributor), Robert Rossen (contributor)
Cinematographer: Ted Tetzlaff
Editor: William Holmes
Art Director: Anton Grot
Costumes: Milo Anderson, Travis Banton
Sound: Everett Alton Brown, Charles David Forrest
Music: Adolph Deutsch, Leo F. Forbstein

Carole Lombard (Kay Winters)
Fernand Gravey (Rene Vilardell)
Ralph Bellamy (Phillip Chester)
Allen Jenkins (Dewey Gilson)
Isabel Jeans (Lady Paula Malverton)
Marie Wilson (Myrtle)
Marcia Ralston (Jill)
Ottola Nesmith (Agnes)
Heather Thatcher (Lady Potter-Porter)
Jacques Lory (Papa Joli-Coeur)
Tempe Pigott (Bessie)
Michelette Burani (Mme. Brioche)

Plot Summary
Movie star Kay Winters goes undercover as Kay Summers while on vacation in Paris. There, she meets a penniless attractive man named Rene. The pair spend most of Kay’s vacation together and, upon her return to London, Rene follows here. Kay soon finds Rene to be a nuisance, as he continuously finds ways to cause her scandal and embarrassment.

Release Date: April 16, 1938 (USA)
Running Time: 80 minutes