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Frank Borzage's Liliom

Author: William FoxFrank BorzageFerenc MolnárS N BehrmanSonya LevienAll authors
Publisher: United States : Fox Film Corporation, ©1930.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Liliom, a merry-go-round barker at a Budapest amusement park, becomes enamored of Julie, a servant girl, and though under the influence of Madame Muskat, a sideshow entrepreneur, he marries the girl. Although he has not been a good provider, Liliom is spurred into action by the discovery that his wife is pregnant and eventually is influenced by his friend Buzzard, to rob a bank cashier so that he can take Julie to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: UCLA preservation
Fantasy
Features
Drama
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William Fox; Frank Borzage; Ferenc Molnár; S N Behrman; Sonya Levien; Richard Fall; Harry Oliver; Chester Lyons; George P Costello; Lew Borzage; Sophie Wachner; Margaret Clancey; Charles Farrell; Rose Hobart; H B Warner; Walter Abel; Big Boy Williams; Anne Shirley; Estelle Taylor; Lee Tracy; Bert Roach; Fox Film Corporation.
OCLC Number: 423131572
Notes: Fantasy comedy; feature.
"Play, Franz Molnar."
Bracketed credits were supplied from: AFI catalog, 1921-1930.
Footage on release was 8,472 ft., according to: AFI catalog, 1921-1930.
"Western Electric System."
"Passed by the National Board of Review."
Copyright: Fox Film Corporation; 2Sep30; LP1581.
Exit music at end of last reel.
Credits: Original musical score, Richard Fall; settings, Harry Oliver; photography, Chester Lyons; sound, George P. Costello; assistant director, Lew Borzage; costumes, Sophie Wachner; film editor, Margaret Clancey. [Songs, Dream of romance, Thief song, by Richard Fall, Marcella Gardner].
Performer(s): The players: With Charles Farrell [Liliom]. Rose Hobart [Julie]; H.B. Warner [chief magistrate]; Walter Abel [carpenter]; Guinn Williams [Hollinger]; Dawn O'Day [i.e. Anne Shirley] [Louise]; James Marcus [Linzman]; Estelle Taylor [Madame Muskat]; Lee Tracy [Buzzard]; Mildred Van Dorn [Marie]; Lillian Elliott [Aunt Hulda]; Bert Roach [Wolf]; Harvey Clarke.
Other Titles: Liliom (1930)
Responsibility: Fox Film Corporation ; William Fox presents ; by Franz Molnar ; directed by Frank Borzage ; screen play & dialogue, S.N. Behrman, Sonya Levien.

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"Liliom, a merry-go-round barker at a Budapest amusement park, becomes enamored of Julie, a servant girl, and though under the influence of Madame Muskat, a sideshow entrepreneur, he marries the girl. Although he has not been a good provider, Liliom is spurred into action by the discovery that his wife is pregnant and eventually is influenced by his friend Buzzard, to rob a bank cashier so that he can take Julie to America. The plan goes wrong, and rather than be caught, Liliom kills himself and is carried by a celestial express to heaven. En route, he is accosted by the Chief Magistrate and is accorded another chance of ten years on Earth. When he returns, Julie does not know him, and resents his frantic attempts to enter her garden. Time demonstrates that promises of reform are useless, and he is returned to the heavenly train, where the Chief Magistrate convinces him that he can make his wife and daughter happy only by leaving them with cherished memories"--AFI catalog, 1921-1930.

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