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This movie, described as "a revue in three sections, dealing with the celebrities, dances and humor of the past, present and future," was originally scheduled for release in September 1930. See more »

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Edited into Wir schalten um auf Hollywood (1931) See more »

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Here Comes The Sun
words by Arthur Freed
music by Harry Woods
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Aborted Film Project - film never completed.

This was another musical film review which was aborted in mid-production and never finished - due to the rising unpopularity of musicals which had glutted the early talkie movie industry. Only the sound Vitaphone reel of Bing Crosby's number survives. The film's materials are thought to be lost.


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