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Writers:
Cyrus Wood (screen play by) &
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Release Date:
22 September 1934 (USA) See more »
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Plot:
Adam and Eve are in the Garden of Eden preparing their latest meal, which includes contemplating if... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Well, this film certainly DOESN'T take itself very seriously! See more (10 total) »

Cast

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Leon Errol ... Adam

June MacCloy ... Eve

Vernon Dent ... Emperor Nero

Maxine Doyle ... Queen Gwinevere
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Loretta Andrews ... Girl in Rome (uncredited)
Mildred Dixon ... Chorine on Beach (uncredited)

Bill Elliott ... Sir Lancelot (uncredited)
Eddie Foster ... Member of Fiddler's Quartet (uncredited)
Martha Merrill ... Girl in Rome (uncredited)
Donna Mae Roberts ... Girl in Rome (uncredited)
Harry Seymour ... Harold - Singer on Beach (uncredited)

Fred 'Snowflake' Toones ... Pushcart Porter (uncredited)

Directed by
Roy Mack 
 
Writing credits
Cyrus Wood (screen play by) (as Cyrus Woods) &
Eddie Moran (screen play by) &
A. Dorian Otvos (screen play by)

Cinematography by
Ray Rennahan 
 
Film Editing by
Frank Magee  (as Frank McGee)
 
Art Direction by
John Hughes 
 
Costume Design by
Milo Anderson (gowns)
 
Art Department
Natalie Kalmus .... color art director: Technicolor (as Natalie M. Kalmus)
 
Music Department
Leo F. Forbstein .... conductor: Vitaphone Orchestra
 
Other crew
Robert Vreeland .... dance arranger (as Bob Vreeland)
 

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Also Known As:
"Broadway Brevities (1934-1935 season) #3: Good Morning, Eve!" - USA (series title)
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Runtime:
USA:19 min
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Color:
Color (Technicolor)
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1.37 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Vitaphone)

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Included in Warner Home Video's 2006 6-disc DVD release "The Busby Berkeley Collection".See more »
Quotes:
Emperor Nero:[singing] There is no riddlin' about my fiddlin' when I put rhythm in the bow. I bear down on my G-string with everything I've got. You should hear how my G-string sounds when it gets hot...See more »
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Well, this film certainly DOESN'T take itself very seriously!, 5 March 2017
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

The color film begins in the Garden of Eden and Adam is played by Leon Errol. Soon, the two dopes eat an apple and they are tossed out. Then, they take a walk through history (??) and decide to go to ancient Rome--to the time of Nero. Here, there is a Vaudeville-style show and Adam makes time with all the beauties. Eve is NOT happy and takes him forward to the time of the knights of old. They meet the Black Knight, Lancelot and other fictional characters from King Arthur's court--with even more hot ladies. Then, they make their way to the 20th century. There, they take an airplane ride and arrive at the beach where they meet a guy who is about to marry wife #5. And, once again, lots of very pretty ladies appear and they sing...like the other time periods. As for the ending...well, I won't say more but it does tie this all together very well and was quite funny.

Is this a must-see film? No...but it is quite enjoyable and is one of the few existing Technicolor Vitaphone shorts. The condition of the print is near-perfect--and the over-saturation of color is actually normal for films of the period. The color was indeed VERY vivid. The jokes are hit and miss and the songs just okay...but the fact they never take themselves seriously makes this a cute little picture...and a bit racy considering it's Post- Code.

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