Chasing Rainbows (1930)
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The road-show troupe of a top Broadway show go cross-country while taking the audience along on the on-stage scenes as well as what happens and is happening back stage of the production. The spectacular dancing ensembles and colorful costumes and pulchritude on-stage offers a contrasting background to the drabness of the backstage, where joy, sorrow, tragedies, deception, and romance are intertwined.
Laughs onstage. Tears offstage! Playing members of a traveling theatrical troupe, a starry cast the Broadway melody Bessie love and Charles king. Plus jack bunny. Marie dressler and poll morgan hit the road and all the right notes in an early musical extravaganza. This bedazzled entry of tapping feet and aching hearts (love loves king, he loves a two - timing tempress) boasts not only seller support from three of Hollywood's grandest comics. But grand music as well. Highlights include dressler defending her maiden honor from "a son of a rich" in poor but honest and the hit tune happy days are here again, the irrepressible thump in the eye to the depression that would become FDR campaign anthem.
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