List of American films of 1937

This list of American films of 1937 compiles American feature-length motion pictures that were released in 1937.

Wings (1927 film)

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Richard Arlen as David Armstrong. Gary Cooper as Cadet White. Jobyna Ralston as Sylvia Lewis. El Brendel as Herman Schwimpf. Richard Tucker as Air Commander. Gunboat Smith as Sergeant. Roscoe Karns as Lieutenant Cameron. Henry B. Walthall as Mr. Armstrong. Julia Swayne Gordon as Mrs. Armstrong. Arlette Marchal as Celeste. Hedda Hopper as Mrs. Powell (uncredited). George Irving as Mr. Powell (uncredited). List of rediscovered films. The House That Shadows Built (1931 promotional film by Paramount). "Wings" (1927 film score). Wings at Virtual History. Q&A With Paramount's VP of Archives on the restoration of Wings.

Thunderbolt (1929 film)

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Richard Arlen as Bob Moran. Tully Marshall as Warden. Eugenie Besserer as Mrs. Moran. James Spottswood as 'Snapper' O'Shea. Robert Elliott as Prison Chaplain. Fred Kohler as 'Bad Al' Frieberg. E.H. Calvert as Dist. Atty. McKay. George Irving as Mr. Corwin. Mike Donlin as Kentucky Sampson - Prisoner #4. S.S. Stewart as Prisoner #7 - Piano Player. William L. Thorne as Police Inspector. Ernie Adams as Thug in Bank at Robbery (uncredited). Elmer Ballard as Prisoner #8 (uncredited). Louise Beavers as Black Cat Cafe Patron (uncredited). Ed Brady as Chuck - 1st Prisoner #5 (uncredited). Theresa Harris as Black Cat Cafe Singer (uncredited).

Island of Lost Souls (1932 film)

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Richard Arlen as Edward Parker. Leila Hyams as Ruth Thomas. Béla Lugosi (billed as Bela "Dracula" Lugosi in the trailer) as Sayer of the Law. Kathleen Burke as Lota, the Panther Woman. Arthur Hohl as Mr. Montgomery. Stanley Fields as Captain Davies. Paul Hurst as Captain Donahue. Hans Steinke as Ouran. Tetsu Komai as M'ling, Moreau's loyal house servant. George Irving as The Consul. 1932 in science fiction. 1933 in science fiction. Island of Lost Souls VHS tape, Universal Home Video Monsters Classic Collection. IMDb profile: Island of Lost Souls. Classics of the Horror Film: From the Days of the Silent Film to the Exorcist, by Willam K. Everson. Criterion Release: Island of Lost Souls.

Touchdown (1931 film)

Swimming champion Johnny Weissmuller replaced him, as Tarzan, and became a major star. * Touchdown in the Internet Movie Database Richard Arlen as Dan Curtis. Peggy Shannon as Mary Gehring. Jack Oakie as Babe Barton. Regis Toomey as Tom Hussey. George Barbier as Jerome Gehring. J. Farrell MacDonald as Pop Stewart. George Irving as President Baker.

William Powell

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William Horatio Powell (July 29, 1892 – March 5, 1984) was an American actor. A major star at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, he was paired with Myrna Loy in 14 films, including the Thin Man series based on the Nick and Nora Charles characters created by Dashiell Hammett. Powell was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor three times: for The Thin Man (1934), My Man Godfrey (1936), and Life with Father (1947).

The All American (film)

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Richard Arlen as Gary King. Andy Devine as Andy Moran. Gloria Stuart as Ellen Steffens. James Gleason as Chick Knipe. John Darrow as Bob King. Preston Foster as Steve Kelly. June Clyde as Betty Poe. Merna Kennedy as Gloria Neuchard. Harold Waldridge as Scheming Willie Walsh. Harvey Clark as Gresham McCormick. Huntley Gordon as Harcourt. Earl McCarthy as Ted Brown. Ethel Clayton as Mrs. Bowen. Margaret Lindsay as Miss Bowen. George Irving as Mr. King. Florence Roberts as Mrs. King. Frederick Burton as Mr. Neuchard. Karlton Kadell as Ken Neuchard. Manfred Vezie as Big Mike Allen. James Flavin as Don Lindsay. Earle Foxe as Read. Arthur Hoyt as Smythe. Fred Howard as radio announcer.

Only Saps Work

The film stars Leon Errol, Richard Arlen, Mary Brian, Stuart Erwin, Anderson Lawler, Charley Grapewin and George Irving. The film was released on December 6, 1930, by Paramount Pictures. Leon Errol as James Wilson. Richard Arlen as Lawrence Payne. Mary Brian as Barbara Tanner. Stuart Erwin as Oscar. Anderson Lawler as Horace Baldwin. Charley Grapewin as Simeon Tanner. George Irving as Dr. White. Nora Cecil as Mrs. Partridge. Charles Giblyn as Dr. Jasper. Fred Kelsey as Murphy. G. Pat Collins as Rafferty. George Chandler as Elevator Boy. Jack Richardson as Chef. Clarence Burton as Sergeant Burns. Clifford Dempsey as Detective Smith.

Silent film

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A silent film is a film with no synchronized recorded sound (and in particular, no audible dialogue). In silent films for entertainment, the plot may be conveyed by the use of title cards, written indications of the plot and key dialogue lines. The idea of combining motion pictures with recorded sound is nearly as old as film itself, but because of the technical challenges involved, the introduction of synchronized dialogue became practical only in the late 1920s with the perfection of the Audion amplifier tube and the advent of the Vitaphone system.


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Hollywood is a neighborhood in the central region of Los Angeles, California, notable as the home of the U.S. film industry including several of its historic studios. Its name has come to be a shorthand reference for the industry and the people associated with it.

List of directorial debuts

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Gregory La Cava† – His Nibs. Harry Houdini – The Soul of Bronze. William K. Howard – Get Your Man. Rowland V. Lee – Blind Hearts. Edward Ludwig – Rip Van Winkle. Leo McCarey – Society Secrets. Albert S. Rogell – The Ranch Mystery. Frank Capra – Fultah Fisher's Boarding House. Irving Cummings – The Man from Hell's River. Robert J. Flaherty – Nanook of the North. Alexander Hall – A Game of Craft. Rupert Hughes – The Wall Flower. Hans Steinhoff – The False Dimitri. Adrian Brunel – The Man Without Desire. William Dieterle – Der Mensch am Wege. Sergei Eisenstein – Glumov's Diary. Seymour Hicks† – Always Tell Your Wife. Julio Irigoyen – De Nuestras Pampas. Kenji Mizoguchi – Ai ni yomigaru hi.

List of American films of 1932

A list of American films released in 1932. Grand Hotel won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

Harold Hecht

Once Hecht was free from his Paramount contract in April 1933, RKO hired him again, this time to direct the dance numbers on Bed of Roses, a film directed by Gregory La Cava starring Constance Bennett, Joel McCrea, Pert Kelton and John Halliday. For this picture, Hecht trained two hundred girls for the dances and selected the best nine to appear in the film. One number in particular, which took place at the New Orleans Mardi Gras carnival in the film, was taken on the road to help promote the picture, with the girls performing it on stage. Meanwhile, Hecht put on a new play for the "Symphonies Under the Stars", a week-long festival beginning on July 25.

List of stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

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The following is a list of the stars' actual locations on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The list does not include a star's name until his or her actual award ceremony. The list should be consistent with the list on the Hollywood Walk of Fame website maintained by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (see the External links section below). The stars are ordered alphabetically by surname.

List of American films of 1933

A list of American feature films released in 1933. Cavalcade won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

1928 in film

Feel My Pulse, starring Bebe Daniels, Richard Arlen and William Powell. The First Born, starring Miles Mander, Madeleine Carroll – (GB). Four Sons, directed by John Ford. The Gallant Hussar, directed by Géza von Bolváry, starring Ivor Novello, Evelyn Holt (Britain/Germany). Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, starring Ruth Taylor and Alice White, subtitles written by Anita Loos. A Girl in Every Port, directed by Howard Hawks, starring Victor McLaglen, Robert Armstrong, Louise Brooks. The Godless Girl, directed by Cecil B. DeMille. The Guns of Loos, directed by Sinclair Hill, starring Madeleine Carroll (Britain). Hangman's House, directed by John Ford, starring Victor McLaglen and June Collyer.

List of American films of 1947

A list of American films released in 1947. Gentleman's Agreement won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.