Many fans know Carole Lombard made two films for Universal, both in 1936 -- "My Man Godfrey," of course, and her first, "Love Before Breakfast" (shown above, with Cesar Romero). But did you know "Breakfast" initially had a different title, one also food-related?
This is from a 1936 advance advertising book from Universal where the studio admits the film had a "tentative title" of "Spinster Dinner" (the name of the Cosmopolitan story it was adapted from). It also called Carole the "fascinating exotic star of innumerable hits."
This is a big page, measuring 18 7/8" x 9 3/4". It's in great condition, too.
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