Rhythm in the Clouds


In this musical comedy, a struggling songwriter (Patricia Ellis) fakes a letter of admittance into the apartment of a rich composer (Warren Hull). It is most convenient as the successful fellow is out of town. The girl is hungry and unable to pay her own rent, so she takes full advantage until he returns and finds his well-ordered life in shambles

Rhythm in the Clouds is a 1937 American film directed by John H. Auer.

Plot summary


  • Patricia Ellis as Judy Walker
  • Warren Hull as Bob McKay
  • William Newell (actor) as Clyde Lyons
  • Richard Carle as J.C. Boswell
  • Zeffie Tilbury as Maggie Conway, the Duchess de Lovely
  • Charles Judels as Luigi Fernando
  • Robert Paige as Phil Hale
  • Joyce Compton as Amy Lou
  • Suzanne Kaaren as Dorothy Day
  • Esther Howard as Mrs. Madigan
  • Eddie Parker as Baxter
  • James C. Morton as Cop
  • Rolfe Sedan as Victor
  • Richard Beach as Ben Graham
  • Ranny Weeks as Radio Announcer


  • Warren Hull - "Don't Ever Change" (Written by Walter Hirsch and Lou Handman)
  • Suzanne Kaaren - "Hawaiian Hospitality" (Written by Harry Owens and Ray Kinney)
  • Suzanne Kaaren and Warren Hull - "Two Hearts are Dancing" (Written by Walter Hirsch and Lou Handman)
  • Hull and Patricia Ellis - "Two Hearts are Dancing"
  • Patricia Ellis - "Mad Symphony"

Category:1937 films
Category:American films
Category:American musical comedy films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:Republic Pictures films
Category:Films directed by John H. Auer

Albert E. Levoy

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