To be near the fella she loves, an English bareback rider dons dungarees vandalism cap to pass as a boy stows away to America, gets caught, marries someone else...and finally ends up in the... See full summary »

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Sunny
Lawrence Gray ...
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To be near the fella she loves, an English bareback rider dons dungarees vandalism cap to pass as a boy stows away to America, gets caught, marries someone else...and finally ends up in the warm embrace of her beloved. Such fluffy foolishness is the plot of sunny, the Broadway smash brought to screen life by the irresistible Marilyn Miller, recreating her stage success in the title role. The sparkling Jerome kern - Oscar Hammerstein lotto hardback score includes who? and the title tune. And the lovely Miller socks' em over with her winning voice, exhilarating dancing skills band infectious good cheer. If this is your firs encounter with Marilyn Miller, prepare to be a fan.

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A care-free, free-loving GAY WIDOW! (original poster) See more »

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9 November 1930 (USA)  »

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In September 1928, Warner Bros. Pictures purchased a majority interest in First National Pictures and from that point on, all "First National" productions were actually made under Warner Bros. control, even though the two companies continued to retain separate identities until the mid-1930's, after which time "A Warner Bros.-First National Picture" was often used. See more »

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Version of Sunny (1941) See more »

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Oh! Didn't He Ramble
(1902) (uncredited)
Written by Bob Cole and Rosamond Johnson
Performed by Lawrence Gray and Men
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emasculated musical
4 April 2005 | by (london) – See all my reviews

I have only recently been able to catch up with the films of Marilyn Miller since they are not shown on TCM in the UK.I have been much intrigued over the years because this was one of the superstars of the 20s.What was she really like.To some stars of this era like Jolson some of the magic still shines through,but alas not for Miller.Her dancing seems awkward and poorly choreographed,her singing somewhat limited and as an actress she makes Ruby Keeler seem like Hepburn.Even worse in this film as the public had grown tired of musicals virtually all of the musical numbers have been deleted.So we are left with a comedy of that period with little real appeal.She was being paid $500000 for this!So i have only two conclusion.Either she was poorly served by the cinema or she had no talent at all.I think that the truth is nearer the later than the former.


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