Movie titles and typography from all feature films produced from 1940 to 1949 by paramount pictures, from remember the night 1940 to a foreign affair 1948. Paramount on parade wikipedia, a enciclopedia livre. Paramount on parade 1930 maurice chevalier, clara bow, skeets gallagher, fay wray, jean arthur, william powell, gary cooper and other studio stars appear in skits and musical numbers. In the early 1930s, paramount was on the brink of financial disaster and with the great depression, audiences needed darn good reasons to spend what money they had on movie tickets. There was a brief transitional time period when the movie studios released both silent and sound versions of the same movie. The paramount theatre is the home of the oakland symphony and, as one of the san francisco bay areas premiere performing arts facilities, hosts a yearround schedule of popular music concerts, variety shows, theatre, and of course movies. Jumbo lobby card for the 1930 film paramount on parade. Directed by dorothy arzner, otto brower, edmund goulding. Hollywood on parade 1932 shows how far movie entertainment has come since live vaudeville, which most of the performers were recruited. Gallery of 6 movie poster and cover images for paramount on parade 1930.
Sep 19, 2012 paramount in the 1930s times were tough for just about everyone during the 1930s, including paramount studios. The stars at paramount studios come out to shine in this early musical revue. Elements of both the brief and detailed histories of the paramount theatre which appear on this web site have been paraphrased or excerpted from the book the oakland paramount by susannah harris stone and from official documents of the library of congress and the historic american buildings survey. Knopf, frank tuttle, and victor schertzinger all supervised by the production. The cast features clara bow, gary cooper, fredric march, jean arthur, william powell, maurice chevalier. Paramount on parade 1930 movie posters cinematerial. Paramount was the last of the majors to acquiesce to network television, opening its vault to tv syndication in 1958 and moving tentatively into telefilm series production. Throughout the early 50s, paramount dominated the academy award nominee lists with enduring classics, including sunset boulevard, the greatest show on earth 1952 academy winner, shane, the rose tattoo and demilles remake of the ten commandments. The columbia photo players collection 19291930 directed by. The border legion is a 1930 american precode western film, directed by otto brower.
Listen free to jim riggs paramount on parade, volume 2 im dancing with tears in my eyes, if i had a girl like you and more. Jul 17, 2014 provided to youtube by the orchard enterprises paramount on parade the tommy dorsey orchestra various artists victory parade of spotlight bands 194345 wartime broadcasts. Among these, one is called murder will out featuring the detective. Usually its french, spanish german or italian as they were all major markets, but, weirdly, there was a swedish version of paramount on parade filmed. Edward sutherland, lothar mendes, otto brower, edwin h. Knopf, frank tuttle, and victor schertzingerall supervised by the production supervisor, singer, actress, and songwriter elsie. Al fine di godere di questo lavoro cinematografico e possibile utilizzare diversi servizi, come netflix, pay per view o altri come emule o torrent. In the early 1930s, paramount was on the brink of financial disaster and with the great depression, audiences needed darn good reasons to.
Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at. Various big band, jazz, groups live remote for a war bond drive in new york city on glenn miller day, june 5, 1945. Lillian roth december, 1910 may 12, 1980 was an american singer and actress. Richard arlen, jean arthur, mischa auer, dorothy arzner. It was necessary because at the time, sound was new and installing sound equipment in a huge number of existing silent movie theatres across the u. View sold price history for this house and research neighbouring property values in alfredton, vic 3350. Albert smith al hamth who is being sued by a former. Produced by paramount pictures france production year. Also used as the closing music for the paramount sound news, the eyes and ears of the world newsreel. Among the films she made for paramount were the love parade 1929 with maurice chevalier, paramount on parade 1930, honey 1930, in which she sang sing you sinners, madam satan 1930 with reginald denny, and the classic comedy animal crackers 1930 with the marx brothers. How i adore you with male vocal solo from party girl w149991 214 1930 sweepin the clouds away with male vocal solo from paramount on parade w149992 214 1930 in my little hope chest with female vocal solo from honey w150078 3 1930 the free and easy with male vocal solo from free and easy w150085 3. Paramount on parade the arthur conan doyle encyclopedia.
Jun 23, 2017 paramount on parade is a 1930 allstar american precode revue released by paramount pictures, directed by several directors including edmund goulding, dorothy arzner, ernst lubitsch, rowland v. Dorothy arzner, otto brower clara bow leni riefenstahl film director 1930 vintage ussr russian soviet poster for the film the guardian of the museum ussr, 1930. Paramount on parade is an american musicam movie released on 22 april 1930, produced by paramount studios, starring clive brook as sherlock holmes and with no watson. Provided to youtube by the orchard enterprises paramount on parade elsie janis pipe dreams. Usually its french, spanish german or italian as they were all major markets, but, weirdly, there was a swedish version of paramount on parade. Media in category paramount on parade the following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. This 1930 film, a collection of songs and sketches showcasing paramount studios contract stars, credits 11 directors including dorothy arzner, ernst lubitsch, victor schertzinger and edmund goulding. Two firssheila joyce 21 of kingston, surreyand janet reynolds 18 of brentwood, essexyesterday did a four minute cancan dance before mr.
Property data for 8 paramount parade, alfredton, vic 3350. An estimated value is a computer generated price calculated and supplied monthly. Born lillian rutstein in boston, massachusetts, she was merely sixyearsold when her mother took her to educational pictures, where she became the companys trademark, symbolized by a living statue holding a lamp of knowledge. A musical revue that basically has paramount stars and contractplayers doing things some had never done on screen, and wouldnt again. The columbia photo players collection 19291930 directed. Paramount on parade film completo, streaming ita, vedere. Title sequences and typography from all feature films produced from 1950 to 1959 by paramount pictures released on bluray. It is based on the novel with the same title by zane grey. With jean arthur, clara bow, maurice chevalier, gary cooper.
Knopf, frank tuttle, and victor schertzingerall supervised by the production supervisor, singer, actress, and songwriter elsie janis. The cast features clara bow, gary cooper, fredric march, jean arthur, william powell, maurice chevalier, kay francis, buddy rogers, jack oakie, stuart erwin and nancy carroll. Paramount on parade is a 1930 allstar american precode revue released by paramount pictures, directed by several directors including edmund goulding, dorothy arzner, ernst lubitsch, rowland v. Paramount and the emergence of the hollywood studio system. Paramount on parade is a 1930 allstar american precode revue released by paramount. A lot of 1930 releases, made before sophisticated sound technology could allow for dubbing, filmed foreign language versions of the movies simultaneously. Paramount on parade elsie janis, supervisor, 1930 parisian love dir. Only jeanette macdonald, then under contract to paramount, rises above the rather crude level of the thenfamous actors in this series.
Edward sutherland, victor schertzinger, lothar mendes, ernst lubitsch, rowland v. Oct 27, 20 provided to youtube by the orchard enterprises paramount on parade elsie janis pipe dreams. Overview of paramount on parade, 1930, directed by dorothy arzner, with iris adrian, richard arlen, jean arthur, at turner classic movies. Paramount in the 1930s times were tough for just about everyone during the 1930s, including paramount studios. Jean arthur, richard arlen, clara bow, evelyn brent. Paramount on parade 1930 directed by ernst lubitsch. A 1991 update to the original habs data was provided by steven levin theatre historical. With louisjacques boucot, maurice chevalier, fanny clair, hubert daix. How i adore you with male vocal solo from party girl w149991 2141930 sweepin the clouds away with male vocal solo from paramount on parade w149992 2141930 in my little hope chest with female vocal solo from honey w150078 31930 the free and easy with male vocal solo from free and easy w150085 3. The very next year, the lost weekend took the top prize. The studio faded badly in the early 1960s due to a succession of costly flops and the ongoing erosion of the moviegoing audience. Now you may sing along with the original lyric from 1930 for the paramount theatres theme song, written originally for the 1930 feature paramount on parade by elsie janis and jack king. Provided to youtube by the orchard enterprises paramount on parade the tommy dorsey orchestra various artists victory parade of spotlight bands.33 408 1659 782 1294 1296 654 1208 1567 841 444 210 1481 1060 1150 1638 1545 637 692 353 153 1013 445 817 666 1342 927 931 105 1107 179 1434 1230 46 991 1110 555 1184