Love in High Gear

Love in High Gear is a 1932 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Frank R. Strayer and starring silent veteran Harrison Ford in his final film role and co–starring Arthur Hoyt.[1]

Love in High Gear
Directed byFrank Strayer
Produced byRalph M. Like
Screenplay byDouglas Donaldson Jr.
George B. Seitz
Edward T. Lowe Jr.
CinematographyJules Cronjager
Edited byByron Robinson
Ralph M. Like Productions
Distributed byMayfair Pictures
Release date
1 May 1932 (USA)


Ronald and Betty plan to elope, but are overheard by a jewel thief who has just stolen a pearl necklace from the wedding Ronald and Betty were attending. The jewel thief plans to use the situation to his advantage and a mad chase ensues towards the end of the film.[2][3]



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