|Directed by||William Dieterle|
Alfred E. Green
|Produced by||Hal B. Wallis|
|Written by||Erwin S. Gelsey|
B. Russell Herts(novel)
|Music by||Bernhard Kaun|
|Edited by||Jack Killifer|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros.|
|March 18, 1933|
Grand Slam is a 1933 American comedy film directed by William Dieterle and Alfred E. Green, starring Paul Lukas, Loretta Young, and Frank McHugh. The film was released by Warner Bros. on March 18, 1933.  A hat-check girl's skill with cards lands her a wealthy bridge champion.
A waiter, Peter Stanislavsky (Lukas), learns the game of bridge as a favor to his new bride Marcia (Young), whose entire family excels at that card game. When he gets lucky and defeats a bridge champion, Cedric Van Dorn (Gottschalk), he jokingly claims "the Stanislavsky method" is how he was victorious, and soon becomes world-famous as a bridge expert.
Trouble ensues when Peter and Marcia form a team to play in bridge tournaments, whereupon know-nothing Peter suddenly begins behaving like a know-it-all, questioning Marcia's play and causing tempers to flare. She brings him back to his senses just in time.
- Paul Lukas as Peter Stanislavsky
- Loretta Young as Marcia Stanislavsky
- Frank McHugh as Philip 'Speed' McCann
- Glenda Farrell as Blondie
- Helen Vinson as Lola Starr
- Roscoe Karns as Contest Radio Announcer
- Ferdinand Gottschalk as Cedric Van Dorn
- Bubbeo p.77
- "Paul Lukas and Loretta Young in a Jocular Story of a Man Who Has Bridge Fame Thrust Upon Him". The New York Times. Retrieved September 17, 2016.
- "Grand Slam (1933)". Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved September 17, 2016.
- Daniel Bubbeo. The Women of Warner Brothers: The Lives and Careers of 15 Leading Ladies, with Filmographies for Each. McFarland, 2001.
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