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|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.
|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.
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.