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The dawn of sound. Vol. III

Author: Ruth ChattertonLewis StoneRaymond HackettWalter KingVivienne SegalAll authors
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : MGM/UA Home Video, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc : Biography   Visual material   Book : English : Standard format
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A collection of early sound film dramas and musicals.
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Musicals
Material Type: Biography, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ruth Chatterton; Lewis Stone; Raymond Hackett; Walter King; Vivienne Segal; Noah Beery; Lupino Lane; Gus Van; Joe Schenck; Bessie Love; J C Nugent; Benny Rubin; Mary Doran; Norma Shearer; Basil Rathbone; Herbert Bunston; George Barraud; Helene Costello; J Cullen Landis; Mary Carr; Charlotte Greenwood; Lawrence Gray; Alexander Gray; Bernice Claire; Lionel Barrymore; Ray Enright; Jack Conway; Sam Wood; Sidney A Franklin; Marion Harris; Walter Roesner; Bryan Foy; Lloyd Bacon; John Francis Dillon; Alexandre Bisson; Emmerich Kálmán; Frederick Lonsdale; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.; Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967); Vitaphone Corp.; Capitolians.; First National Pictures, Inc.
ISBN: 0792818350 9780792818359
OCLC Number: 29060088
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Originally produced as 4 motion pictures between 1928-1930.
Container insert includes historical and technical notes, and a list of featured songs by disc chapter.
Special features: Metro Movietone short subjects (excerpts from various musical films, including Lights of New York, So long Letty & Spring is here).
Credits: Produced for laserdisc by George Feltenstein and Allan Fisch.
Performer(s): Cast for Madame X: Ruth Chatterton, Lewis Stone, Raymond Hackett.
Cast for Golden dawn: Walter Woolf, Vivienne Segal, Noah Beery, Lupino Lane.
Cast for They learned about women: Gus Van, Joe Schenck, Bessie Love, J.C. Nugent, Benny Rubin, Mary Doran.
Cast for The last of Mrs. Cheyney: Norma Shearer, Basil Rathbone, Herbert Bunston, George Barraud.
Cast for Lights of New York: Helen Costello, Cullen Landis, Mary Carr.
Cast for So long Letty: Charlotte Greenwood.
Cast for Spring is here: Lawrence Gray, Alexander Gray, Bernice Claire.
Description: 4 videodiscs (ca. 445 min.) : sd., b&w ; 12 in.
Details: LaserDisc, extended play; CX noise-reduction.
Contents: Side 1, chapter 1-Side 2, chapter 23. Madame X / Metro Goldwyn Mayer presents ; from the play by Alexandre Bisson ; dialogue by Willard Mack ; directed by Lionel Barrymore (1929, 96 min.) --
Side 2, chapter 24-Side 3, chapter 41. Golden dawn / Warner Bros. Pictures & Vitaphone Corporation present ; from the operetta by Otto Harbach & Oscar Hammerstein II ; music by Emmerich Kalmann & Hubert Stothart ; screenplay & dialogue by Walter Anthony ; directed by Ray Enright (1930, 82 min.). Side 4, chapter 42-Side 5, chapter 68. They learned about women / Metro Goldwyn Mayer presents ; story by A.P. Younger ; scenario by Sarah Y. Mason ; dialogue by Arthur "Bugs" Baer ; words and music by Jack Yellen and Milton Ager ; directed by Jack Conway and Sam Wood (1930, 96 min.) --
Side 6, chapter 1-Side 7, chapter 20. The last of Mrs. Cheyney / Metro Goldwyn Mayer presents ; from the play by Frederick Lonsdale ; directed by Sidney Franklin (1929, 95 min.). Metro Movietone shorts: Side 7 chapter 21-Side 8, chapter 40. Marion Harris, songbird of jazz (8 min.) --
Walter Roesner and The Capitolians (11 min.) --
Excerpts from Lights of New York / Warner Brothers ; directed by Bryan Foy (1928, 28 min.) --
Excerpt from So long Letty / Vitaphone Corporation ; directed by Lloyd Bacon (1929, 10 min.) --
Excerpts from Spring is here / First National Pictures ; Lorenz Hart, lyricist ; Richard Rodgers, composer ; directed by John Francis Dillon (1930, 21 min.).
Other Titles: Madame X.
Golden dawn.
They learned about women.
Last of Mrs. Cheyney.
Marion Harris, songbird of jazz.
Walter Roesner and The Capitolians.
Lights of New York.
So long Letty.
Spring is here.

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