Children of Pleasure

Children of Pleasure is a 1930 American Pre-Code MGM musical comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont, originally released with Technicolor sequences.wikipedia
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Lawrence Gray

Lawrence Gray ... Danny Regan
In 1930 he starred in the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film musical Children of Pleasure alongside Wynne Gibson and was also involved with the film score.

Crane Wilbur

It was adapted from Crane Wilbur's 1929 play, The Song Writer.
Children of Pleasure (1930) (playwright and dialogue)

Kenneth Thomson (actor)

Kenneth Thomson
Kenneth Thomson ... Rod Peck (as Kenneth Thompson)
Children of Pleasure (1930)

Judith Wood

Helen Johnson
Judith Wood ... Patricia 'Pat' Thayer (as Helen Johnson)
Children of Pleasure (1930)

Lee Kohlmar

Lee Kohlmar ... Bernie (as Lee Kolmar)
Children of Pleasure (1930)

Sidney Bracey

Sidney Bracey ... Miles (butler) (uncredited)
Children of Pleasure (1930)

Carrie Daumery

Carrie Daumery ... Dowager (uncredited)
Children of Pleasure (1930)

Jay Eaton

Jay Eaton ... Eddie Brown (uncredited)
Children of Pleasure (1930)

List of early color feature films

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List of early color feature films

Pre-Code Hollywood

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Children of Pleasure is a 1930 American Pre-Code MGM musical comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont, originally released with Technicolor sequences.

Musical theatre

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Children of Pleasure is a 1930 American Pre-Code MGM musical comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont, originally released with Technicolor sequences.

Harry Beaumont

Children of Pleasure is a 1930 American Pre-Code MGM musical comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont, originally released with Technicolor sequences.

Technicolor

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Children of Pleasure is a 1930 American Pre-Code MGM musical comedy film directed by Harry Beaumont, originally released with Technicolor sequences.

Socialite

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Danny, an acclaimed singer and songwriter, falls in love with a socialite girl who is just playing around.

Jack Benny

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Jack Benny ... Himself, Cameo Appearance (uncredited)

Short film

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Only this black-and-white general release version currently exists with the exception of a portion of the Technicolor "Dust" number that was re-used in the short film Roast-Beef and Movies in 1934, and can also be seen in That's Entertainment! III (1994).

That's Entertainment! III

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Only this black-and-white general release version currently exists with the exception of a portion of the Technicolor "Dust" number that was re-used in the short film Roast-Beef and Movies in 1934, and can also be seen in That's Entertainment! III (1994).