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New York Nights (1929)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  28 December 1929 (USA)
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(1928). Stage Play: Tin Pan Alley. Written by Hugh Stanislaus Stange. Directed by Lester Lonergan. Biltmore Theatre: 1 Nov 1928- Dec 1928 (closing date unknown/69 performances). Cast: John Abrams (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Ward Argo (as "One of the Rialto Rounders Roger Bacon (as "Her Son"), George Bleasdale (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Claudette Colbert, Dorthy Farnum (as "Old Lady"), Claire Farrell (as "One of the Small Timers"), Richard Finley (as "One of the Three Jolly Good Fellows"), Marian Florance (as "Suburbanite"), Norman Foster (as "Fred Moran"), Arthur Gaby (as "One of the Small Timers"), Arnold Goodrow (as "Escort"), John Graham (as "Suburbanite"), Alton Hamilton (as "Suburbanite"), Henry Hammond (as "Escort"), Horbert Harwood (as "Gyp"), John O. Hewitt (as "Brakeman"), Herbert Heywood (as "Pete"), Marjorie Hubert (as "Mrs."), Charlotte Hunt (as "Dumb Dora"), Mortimer Hunt (as "Mr."), Curtis Karpe (as "Tony Costero"), Donald Lashley (as "Porter"), Melvin Leewood (as "One of the Small Timers"), Sam Levene (as "Telephone Troublehunter"), Arline Lloyd (as "Suburbanite"), George M. Lloyd (as "Conductor"), David Manning (as "Jake"), Marica Manning (as "Ruthie Day"), Constance McKay (as "Peggy Loree"), William Nally (as "Bull"), Edgar Nelson (as "Johnny Dolan"), William A. Norton (as "Sgt. Dillon"), Walter Powers (as "Wop"), Marie Preston (as "Suburbanite"), Ramon Racomar (as "Georgie Dunn"), George Rogers (as "Detective Hogan"), Irving Sklar (as "Old Lady"), William Truda (as "One of the Rialto Rounders"), Grace Walsh (as "Rio Rita Girl"), Mildred Waterbury (as "Rio Rita Girl"), Marion Waters (as "One of the Small Timers"), Ben Welden (as "Isadore Marks"), Bert Wilcox (as "Charlie Roseberg"), John Wray (as "Joe Prividi"), Donald Wynne (as "Porter"). Produced by Harry Lang and Henry B. Forbes. Note: Filmed by Joseph M. Schenck Productions [distributed by United Artists] as New York Nights (1929). See more »

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Norma Talmadge Talkie Debut
19 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Interesting film based on a Broadway play (TIN PAN ALLEY) that starred Claudette Colbert.

The film is famous as one of Norma Talmadge's flop talkie attempts but it's not bad at all and is a better film than her 1930 attempt (and final film) as Madame DuBarry.

Talmadge plays a show girl married to a song writer (Gilbert Roland) but everyone is involved in the Broadway night life and endless parties. Plus Talmadge is being pursued by a gangster. Talmadge leaves her husband after he spends the night with a floozie. She ends up as the gangster's moll but soon gets tired of the life.

She runs into Roland (on the skids) later and tries to rekindle her relationship but as they attempt to leave wicked NYC for the country they get involved in a botched gangland murder.

This film proves that Talmadge had a perfectly good voice (she even sings a little), not overly trained and unnatural as she was as DuBarry. She's also pretty good in a the part and it's fascinating to finally see this great star in a "modern" role. Roland isn't bad as the husband and has surprisingly little accent.

Lilyan Tashman is Norma's pal, Roscoe Karns in the music partner, John Wray is the gangster, Mary Doran is the floozie, Jean Harlow has a bit part as a party guest, and Al Jolson makes a cameo and sings a song but it's all cut from the short version of this film that I have.

Another curiosity from the transition era. Why would this film have flopped?


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