<article> <figure> <img src="http://image.tmdb.org/t/p/w780/AmRDkUu1aPmVLZAZuEA0kgiN1P.jpg" title='Sing, Baby Sing' alt='Sing, Baby Sing'/> </figure> <h1>Sing, Baby Sing</h1> <p>The "Caliban-Ariel" romance of fiftysomething John Barrymore and teenager Elaine Barrie is spoofed in this delightful 20th Century Fox musical. Adolphe Menjou plays the Barrymore counterpart, a loose-living movie star with a penchant for wine, women, and more wine. Alice Faye plays a nightclub singer hungry for publicity. Her agent (Gregory Ratoff) arranges a "romance" between Faye and Menjou. Eventually Faye winds up with Michael Whalen, allowing Menjou to continue his blissful, bibulous bachelorhood. Sing, Baby, Sing represented the feature-film debut of the Ritz Brothers, who are in top form in their specialty numbers--and who are awarded a final curtain call after the "The End" title, just so the audience won't forget them (The same device was used to introduce British actor George Sanders in Fox's Lancer Spy [37]).</p> <details><summary>Runtime: 90</summary> <summary>Release date: 1936-08-21</summary></details> </article>