List of American films of 1929

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The following is a list of American films released in 1929. The Broadway Melody won the Academy Award for Outstanding Picture at the 2nd Academy Awards, presented on April 3, 1930.

List of American films of 1931

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A list of American films released in 1931. Cimarron won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

1932 in film

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The Age of Consent, directed by Gregory La Cava. Air Mail, directed by John Ford. American Madness, directed by Frank Capra, starring Walter Huston. The Animal Kingdom, starring Leslie Howard, Ann Harding and Myrna Loy. Anton Spelec, Sharp-Shooter (Anton Špelec, ostrostřelec), directed by Martin Frič - (Czechoslovakia). As You Desire Me, starring Greta Garbo. L'Atlantide, directed by G. W. Pabst, starring Brigitte Helm - (Germany/France). Attorney for the Defense, starring Edmund Lowe and Evelyn Brent. Back Street, starring Irene Dunne and John Boles. The Bartered Bride (Die verkaufte Braut), directed by Max Ophüls - (Germany).

List of film and television directors

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Gregory La Cava. Harry Lachman. Edward Laemmle. René Laloux. Ringo Lam. Charles Lamont. Lew Landers. John Landis. Sidney Lanfield. Fritz Lang. Walter Lang. Rémi Lange. Doug Langway. Claude Lanzmann. Janez Lapajne. Victoria Larimore. John Lasseter. Andrew Lau. Jeffrey Lau. Charles Laughton. Francis Lawrence. Marc Lawrence. J. F. Lawton. Tracie Laymon. David Lean. Patrice Leconte. D. Ross Lederman. Ang Lee. Jennifer Lee. Lee Cheol-ha. Lee Lik-Chi. Rowland V. Lee. Spike Lee. Michael Lehmann. Henry Lehrman. Mike Leigh. Danny Leiner. Mitchell Leisen. Logan Leistikow. Claude Lelouch. Michael Lembeck. Umberto Lenzi. Robert Z. Leonard. Sergio Leone. Robert Lepage. Louis Le Prince. Mervyn LeRoy.

List of American films of 1935

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This List of American films of 1935 indexes American feature-length motion pictures that were released in 1935.

1933 in film

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Gabriel Over the White House, directed by Gregory La Cava, starring Walter Huston, Produced by William Randolph Hearst. Ganga Bruta, directed by Humberto Mauro, starring Durval Bellini and Déa Selva (Brazil). The Ghoul, starring Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke and Ernest Thesiger - (GB). The Ghost Camera, directed by Bernard Vorhaus, starring Ida Lupino, John Mills - (GB). Going Hollywood, starring Marion Davies, Bing Crosby, Patsy Kelly, Fifi D'Orsay, and Sterling Holloway. Gold Diggers of 1933, directed by Mervyn LeRoy, starring Joan Blondell, Ruby Keeler, Dick Powell, Ginger Rogers and Warren William.

List of American films of 1941

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A list of American films released in 1941. How Green Was My Valley won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

List of American films of 1936

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This list of American films of 1936 compiles American feature-length motion pictures that were released in 1936. The Great Ziegfeld won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

My Man Godfrey

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Best Director – Gregory La Cava. Best Actor – William Powell. Best Actress – Carole Lombard. Best Writing, Screenplay – Eric Hatch and Morrie Ryskind. Best Supporting Actor – Mischa Auer. Best Supporting Actress – Alice Brady. Streaming audio. My Man Godfrey on Lux Radio Theater: May 9, 1938. My Man Godfrey on Academy Award Theater: October 2, 1946. My Man Godfrey on Theater of Romance: July 11, 1944. My Man Godfrey on Theater of Romance: July 21, 1947.

Stage Door

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Director Gregory La Cava also allowed the actresses to ad lib during filming. Hepburn's famous lines during the play within the film, "The calla lilies are in bloom again. Such a strange flower, suitable to any occasion. I carried them on my wedding day and now I place them here in memory of something that has died," are from The Lake (1934), the play for which Dorothy Parker panned Hepburn's performance as "running the gamut of emotions from A to B.". Nominations. Outstanding Production: RKO Radio. Best Director: Gregory La Cava. Best Supporting Actress: Andrea Leeds. Best Writing (Screenplay): Morris Ryskind, Anthony Veiller.

Bringing Up Baby

Bringing Up Baby'' (1938)
Eventually, Alexander Peabody (George Irving) shows up to verify everyone's identity. Susan, who escaped out a window during a police interview, unwittingly drags the highly irritated circus leopard into the jail. David saves her, using a chair to shoo the big cat into a cell. Some time later, Susan finds David, who has been jilted by Alice because of her, on a high platform working on his brontosaurus reconstruction at the museum. After showing him the missing bone which she found by trailing George for three days, Susan, against his warnings, climbs a tall ladder next to the dinosaur to be closer to him.

Coquette (film)

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George Irving as Robert 'Bob' Wentworth. Louise Beavers as Julia. 1929 in film. List of films with the most Oscars per ceremony.

Andy Devine

Andy's Gang
He was a long-time contract player with Universal, which in 1939 paired him with Richard Arlen for a series of fast-paced B-pictures (usually loaded with stock footage) that mixed action and comedy; they made 14 over a two-year period. When Arlen left in 1941, the series continued for another two years, teaming Devine with various actors, often Leo Carrillo. Most of Devine's characters were reluctant to get involved in the action, but he played the hero in Island in the Sky (1953), as an expert pilot who leads other aviators on an arduous search for a missing airplane.

Laugh and Get Rich

Laugh and Get Rich is a 1931 pre-Code American comedy film, directed by Gregory La Cava, from a screenplay he also wrote with contributions from Douglas MacLean, who also was the associate producer, and Ralph Spence. The film stars Dorothy Lee, Edna May Oliver, Hugh Herbert, and Russell Gleason, and revolves around the antics in a boarding house in the early 1930s, run by Oliver, and the complications caused by her husband. Sarah Austin (Edna May Oliver) runs a boarding house during the Depression, always on the verge of bankruptcy. Her husband, Joe (Hugh Herbert) is a shiftless person who has never understood the concept of work; he is constantly involving them in get-rich-quick schemes.

Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City

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Richard Arlen (1899–1976), actor. Henry Armetta (1888–1945), actor. Mary Astor (1906–1987), actress. Joan Banks (1918–1998), actress. Sam Barry (1892–1950), Hall of Fame basketball coach. John Beradino (1917–1996), actor. Johnny Bero (1922–1985), Major League baseball player. Sally Blane (1910–1997), actress. Alfred S. Bloomingdale (1916–1982), department store heir, had affair with model Vicki Morgan, a murder victim. Betsy N. Bloomingdale (1922-2016), widow of Alfred Bloomingdale, socialite and author. Joseph Bodner (1925–1982), American illustrator and painter. Roman Bohnen (1901–1949), actor.

Her Market Value

George Irving - Harvey Dumont. Anders Randolf - Cyrus Hamilton. Hedda Hopper - Mrs. Bernice Hamilton. Edward Earle - Anthony Davis. Taylor Holmes - Courtney Brooks. Gertrude Short - Kitty. Sidney Bracey - Banks. Phillips Holmes - Party boy. Tom Ricketts - Old Gander. Her Market Value at IMDB. Her Market Value at SilentEra. Her Market Value at AllRovi.

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Jerry on the Job (1916-1917): directed by Gregory La Cava; animated by Will Powers, Walter Lantz; screenwritten by H.E. Hancock, Louis De Lorme. Bringing Up Father (1916-1917): directed by Gregory La Cava (No source given, newspaper articles differ); animated by Frank Moser, Bert Green, Edward Grinham, Grim Natwick; screenwritten by Louis De Lorme. The Katzenjammer Kids (1916-1918): directed by Gregory La Cava; animated by Gregory La Cava, John Foster, George (Vernon) Stallings, Isadore Klein; screenwritten by H.E. Hancock, Louis De Lorme. Abie the Agent (1917): directed by Gregory La Cava.

Wanderer of the Wasteland (1924 film)

Wanderer of the Wastelandfirst adaptationWanderer of the Wasteland'' (1924 film)
George Irving as Mr. Roderick Virey. Kathlyn Williams as Magdalene Virey. Billie Dove as Ruth Virey. Jim Mason as Guerd Larey (credited as James Mason). Richard Neill as Collishaw (credited as Richard R. Neill). James Gordon as Alex MacKay. William A. Carroll as Merryvale (credited as William Carroll). Willard Cooley as Camp Doctor. Progressive Silent Film List: Wanderer of the Wasteland at silentera.com. Lobby poster; Wanderer of the Wasteland (flickr).

Ripcord (TV series)

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Guest stars included Richard Arlen, Harry Carey Jr., Pat Conway, Richard Eastham, Lang Jeffries, Dayton Lummis, Tyler McVey, Denver Pyle, Lurene Tuttle, Paul Fix, Dick Sargent, Russell Johnson, Dawn Wells, Burt Reynolds, Biff Elliott, Alan Baxter, BarBara Luna, John Agar, Robert Clarke, Paul Birch, Carol Ohmart, Michael Pataki, Philip Ober, Vinton Hayworth, Lane Bradford, Kenneth Tobey, Bernie Kopell, Tim Matheson, Tracy Olsen, John Considine, Walter Mathews, Page Slattery, Robert Sampson, Kathie Browne, Jack Hogan, William Boyett, William Bryant, Harry Townes, Arthur Franz, Gerald Mohr, Edward Platt, Leo Penn, Lee Van Cleef, Russ Conway, Charles Knox Robinson, Richard Simmons, Robert F.

Jobyna Ralston

As a freelance actress, Ralston co-starred with Richard Arlen, in the first Oscar-winning film, Wings (1927). She had a feature role in the film, which also featured Clara Bow, Gary Cooper, and Buddy Rogers. She would star in eleven more motion pictures, among them Special Delivery (1927) co-starring Eddie Cantor. Her film career ended after two early talkies when she became a mother. Her last talkie, Rough Waters (1930), found her acting with Rin Tin Tin. Ralston was married twice, the first time to childhood beau John Campbell, the second in 1927 to actor Richard Arlen, whom she had met on the set of Wings. They had one child, actor Richard Arlen, Jr.