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Peacock Alley (1930) Poster

(1930)

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Completed in the fall of 1929, and copyrighted in November 1929, the film was not released until January 1930; although it was never reviewed in either weekly Variety or the New York Times, records indicate that it opened in New York City 2 February 1930 at Loew's Brooklyn Theatre, a month after its national release, and seems to have been overlooked by the critics, either accidentally or purposefully.
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Mae Murray attempted to sue Tiffany Productions for $1,750,000, alleging that the technical incompetence of the crew had damaged her career.
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The 651 foot 2-strip Technicolor musical sequence in the last reel is not lost, but is completely missing from the bootleg dupe presently being circulated by underground DVD dealers.
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