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"BIG REVUE, THE" — ^All-Star.— Written by
Ethel Mcglin. Dialogue by Barney Williams.
Directed by Dallas Fitzgerald. The cast: The Meglin
Wonder Kiddies.

"BIG TIME" — Fox.— From the elory "Little
Ledna" by Wallace Smith. Adapted by Sidney
Lanfield. Directed by Kenneth Hawks. The cast:
Eddie Burns, Lee Tracy; Lily Clark. Mae Clarke;
Sybil. Daphne Pollard; Gloria, Josephine Dunn; Eli,
Stepin Fetchit.

"COLLEGE COQUETTE, THE"— Coli.tmbia.—
From the screen play by Norman Houston. Dialogue
by Norman Houston. Directed by George Archain-
baud. The cast: Betly Forrester, Ruth Taylor; Tom
Marion, Wm. Collier. Jr.; Doris Marlo^we, Jobyna
Ralston; Coach Harvey Porter, John Holland; Elhel
Forrester, Adda Glcason; Mrs. Marlowe, Gretchen
Hartman; Edna, Frances Lyons; SUm, Edward Piel,
Jr.; Ted, Edward Clayton; Jimmy Doolittle, Morris
Murphy; Boy with Uke, Billy Taft.

"DARK SKIES" — Biltmore.— From the stor\-
by John Francis Natteford. Directed by Harry
Webb. The cast: Juanita Morgan, Shirley Masrn;
Capi. Pedro Reol. Wallace MacDonald; Mr. Morgan,
William V. Mong; Senor Marino, Josef Suickard;
Pete, Tom O'Brien; Capt. Nelson, Larry Steers.

" DRAKE C.^SE. THE " — Universal.— From the
story by Charles Logue. Adapted by Edwaid
Laemmle and Charles Logue. Directed by Edward
Laemmle. The cast: Lulu Marks, Gladys Bruckwell;
District Attorney Caldwell, Forrest Stanley; Roger
Lane, Robert Frazer; Hugo Jepson, James Crane;
Mrs. Drake, Doris Lloyd; Capt. Condon. Bill Thorne;
Edmonds, Eddie Hcarn; Bill Bond, Tom Dugan;
Judge Morris, BiTon Douglas; Lieut. Morrison.
Francis Fc^-rd; Dr. Thorndyke. Henry Barrows; Nellie
St. Clair. Amber Norman.

"FAST COMPANY'"— Paramount.— From the
play "Elmer the Great" by Ring Lardncr. Adapted
by Patrick Kearney and Walton Butterfield. Directed
b>* Edward Sutherland. Dialogue by Joseph L.
Mankiewicz. The cast: Evelyn Corey, Evelyn Brent;
Elmer "Hurry" Kane. Jack Oakie; Bert Wade. Richard
"Skeets" Gallagher; Rosie Le Clerq. Gwen Loc; C. of
C President. Chester ConkHn; Dave Walker. Sam
Hardy; Barney Barlcnv, Arthur Housman; Mrs. Kane,
Eugenie Besserer; Piatt, E. H. Calvert; Hank Gordon,
Bert Rome.

"F.'\ST LIFE"— First National.— From the
play by Samuel Shipman and John B. Hymer. Screi-n
version by John F. Goodrich. Directed by Jnhn
Francis Dillon. The cast: Patricia Mason, Loretta
Young; Douglas Siratlon, Douglas Fairbanks. Jr.;
Paul Palmer. Chester Morris; The Governor. William
Holden; The Warden. Frank Sheridan; Rodney Hall,
Ray Hallor; Mr. Hall, John Sciinpolis.

"FROZEN JUSTICE"— Fox.— From the novel
by Einar Mikkel>cn. Scenario by Sonya Levien.



Directed by Allan Dwan. The cast: Talu, Lenore
Ulric; Lanak, Robert Frazer; Duke, Louis Wolheim;
Capt. Jones. Ullrich Haupt; Douglamana, Laska
Winter; S'toede, El Brendel; Dancer, Tom PatriCola;
Little Casino, Alice Lake; Mooschide Kate, GcTtrude
Astor; Boston School Ma'am. Adele Windsor; Yukon
Lucy, Neyneen Farrell; Bartender, Warren Hymer;
Proprietor. Lou Morrison; French Sailor, Charles
Judel?; Jewish Character, Joe Rochay; Harmony Duo,
Meyers Sisters; Singer, George MacFarlanc; Mate
Moore. Landers Stevens; Medicine Man, Jim Spencer;
French Pete, Arthur Stone; English Eddie, Jack
Ackroyd; Talu's Mother, Gertrude Chorre.

"GIRL FROM HAVANA, THE"— Fox.— From
the story by John Stone. Dialogue by Edwin H.
Burke. Directed by Benjamin Stoloff. The cast:
Joan Ayiders, Lola Lane; Allan Grant, Paul Page;
William Dane, Kenneth Thomson; Lona Martin,
Natalie Moorehead; Spike Howard, Warren Hymer;
Dougherty. Joseph W. Girard; Babe Hanson. Adele
Windsor; Sally Green, Marcia Chapman; Toots Nolan,
Dorothy Brown; Detective, Juan Sedillo; Joe Barker,
Raymond Lopez.

"GOLD DIGGERS OF BROADWAY" —
Warners. — From the story by Avery Hopwood.
Scenario b> Robert Lord. Directed by Roy Del
Rutli. The cast: Jerry. Nancy Wclford; Stephen Lee,
Conway Tcarlc; Mable, Winnie Light ner; Ann Collins,
Ann Pennington; Eleanor. Lilyan Tashman; Wally,
William Bakewell; Nick. Nick Lucas; Violet, Helen
Foster; Blake, Albert Gran; Topsy, Gertrude Short;
Stage Manager, Necly Edwards; Cissy Cray, Julia
Swaync Gordon; Dance Director, L«e Moran; Barney
Barnett, Armand Kaliz.

"HAPPY DAVS"—M-G-M.— Directed by Sam
Wood. The cast: Sally Starr. Elliott Nugent, Robert
Montgomery-. Phyllis Crane, Cliff Edwards.

" H.\RD TO GET " — First NATioxAL.^From the
stor>' "Classified" by Edna Ferber. Adapted by
James Grucn. Directed by William Beaudine. The
cast: Bobbie Martin, Dorothy Mackaill; Jerry Dillon,
Charles Delaney; Paid Martin. Jimmie Finlayson;
Ma Martin. Louise Fajzenda; Marty, Jack Oakie;
Dexter Cortland, Edmund Burns; Mrs. Cortland^
Clarissa Selwi'nne.

"HERPRIVATEAFFAIR"—Pathe.— From the
story by Leo LTrvantzov. Adapted by Herman
Bernstein. Continuity by Francis Edward Faragoh.
Directed by Paul Slein. The cast: Vera Kessler, Ann
Harding; Judge Kessler. Harry Bannister; Carl
Weild. John Loder; Julia. Sturm, Kay Hammond;
Michael Sturm, Arthur HoM; Dr. Zeigler, William
Orlamond; Grimm. Elmer Ballard; Arnold Hart-
mann, Lawford Davidson; Slate's Attorney, Frank
R( icher.

"HUNGARL\N RHAPSODY' — UFA. — Para-
mount. — From the story by Hans Sz*kcly. Directed
by Hans Schwartz. The cast: Camilla. Lil Dagover;
Franz, Willy Fritsch; Marika. Dita Parlo; Her Father,







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"ILLUSION" — Paramount. — From the stor>- by
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"IN OLD CALIFORNIA" — Audible Film
Corp. — From the storj' by Fred Hart. Adapted by
Arthur Hoerl. Directed by Burton King. The cast:
Dolores, Helen Ferguson; Don Pedro DeLeon, Henr>-
B. Walthall; Lieut. Tony Hopkins, George Duryea;
Pedro DeLeon, Ray Hallor; OUie Radanell, Larry
Steers.

"KIBITZER" — Paramount. — From the stage
play by Jo Swerling and Edward G. Robinson.
Adapted by Viola Brothers Shore and Sam Mintz.
Directed by Edward Sloman. The cast: Ike Lazarus
Uhe Kibitzer), Harry Green; Josie Lazarus, Mary-
Brian; Eddie Brown, Neil Hamilton; Bert Livingston,
David Newell; Yankel, Lee Kohlmar; Kikapoupolos,
Henry Fink; Meyer, Tenen HolLz; McGinty, Guy
Oliver; James Livingston, Albert Gran; Phillips, Eddie
Kane.

"LIGHT FINGERS" — Colltmbia. — From the
screen play by Jack Natteford. Dialogue by Jack
Natteford. Directed by Joseph Henabery. The cast:
Light Fingers, Ian Keith; Dorothy Madison, Dorothy
Revier; Donald Madison, Carroll Nye; Edward
Madison, Tom Ricketts; Kerrigan, Ralph Theodore;
London Tower, Charles Gerrard; Butler, Pietro Soso.

"LOVE DOCTOR, THE" — Paramount. — From
the play " Boomerang" by Winchcll Smith and Victor
Mapes. Adapted by J. Walter Ruben and Guy
Bolton. Directed by Melville Brown. The cast: Dr.
Gerald Sumner, Richard Dix; Virginia Moore, June
CoUyer; Bud Woodbridge, Morgan Farley; Grace
Tyler, Miriam Seegar; Mrs. Woodbridge, Winifred
Harris; Preston De Will, Lawford Davidson; Lucy.
Gale Henry.

"LUCKY IN LOVE" — Pathe. — From the story
by Gene Markey. Dialogue by Gene Markcy.
Directed by Kenneth Webb. The cast: .Michael
O'.More, Morton Downey; Lady Mary Cardigan,
Betty Lawford; Capt. Brian Fitzroy, Colin Keith-
Johnston; Earl of Balkerry, Halliwell Hobbes;
Connors, J. M. Kerrigan; Tim O'More, Edward
McNamara; Paddy. Ricliard Taber; Rafferty, Edward
O'Conrior; Kate, Mar^' Murray; Cyril, Mackenzie
Ward; .\be Feinberg, Louis Sorin; Lulu Bellett', Sonia
Karlov; Potts, Tyrrell Davis; Landlady, Elizabeth
M urray.

"MADONNA OF AVENUE A"— Warners.—
From the storj- by Mark Canfield. Scenario by Ray
Doyle. Directed by Michael Curtiz. The cast;



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Maria, Dolores Costello; Slim. Grant Withers; Arch
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Dresser; Monk, Otto Hoffman; Gus, Lee Moran.

"MARIANNE" — M-G-M. — (Talkie Version)
From the story by Dale Van Every. Dialogue bj'
Gladys Unger and Laurence Stallings. Directed hy
Robert Z. Leonard. The cast: Marianne, Marion
Davies; Andre, George Baxter; Slagg. Lawrence Gray;
Soapy, Cliff Edwards; Sam, Benny Rubin; Lieut.
Franc, Scott Kolk; The General, Robert Edeson; Pere
Joseph, Emil Chautard.

" MARIANNE " — M-G-M. — ( SQent Version )
From the story by Dale Van Every. Directed by
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Davies; Stagg, Oscar Shaw; Andre, Robert Castle;
Soapy. Robert Ames; Lieut. Frane, Scott Kolk; The
General, Mack Swain; Major, Oscar Apfel.

"NEW YORK NIGHTS"— United Artists.—
From the play "Tin Pan Alley" by Hugo Stanislaus
Stange. Scenario by Jules Furthman. Directed by
Lewis Milestone. The cast: Jill Det-erne, Norma
Talmadge; Fred Deverne, Gilbert Roland; Joe Prividi,
John Wray; Peggy. Lilyan Tashman; Ruthie Day,
Mary Doran; Johnny Dugan, Roscoe Karns.

"NIGHT CLUB"— Paramount.— From the story
by Katherine Brush. Directed by Robert Florey.
The cast: Fannie Brice, Ann Pennington. Tamara
Gcva, Bobbe Arnsrt, Minnie Dupree, Pat Rooney, Pat
Rooney, Jr., Jimmy Carr, Donald Ogden Stewart.

"OH. YEAH!"— Pathe. — From the stor>- "No
Brakes" by A. W. Somcrville. Adapted by Tay
Garnett. Dialogue by James Glcason. Directed by
Tay Garnett. The cast: Dude, Robert Armstrong;
Dusty, James Gleason; Pinky, Patricia Caron; The
Elk. ZaSu Pitts; Pop Eye, Bud Fine; Hot Foot, Frank
Hagncy; Splinterr, Harry Tyler; Superintendent. Paul
Hurst.

"PRINCE AND THE DANCER. THE"—
World Wide. — Directed by Max Ncufeld. The cast:
Mile. Elisa Corelli, Dina Gralla; The Arch-Duke
Sixtus, Albert Paulig; Count Paul Paladin (his A. D.
C), Werner Pittschau; Madame Spalanzoni, Carmen
Cartellieri,

"PUSHER-IN-THE-F.\CE" — Paramount. —

From the story by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Directed b\-
Robert Florey. Tlie cast: Lester Allen. Estelle
Taylor, Lillian Walker, Raymond Hitchccck.

"RICHTHOFEN:THERED KNIGHT OF THE
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Sj'bil Morell; Charles, Arnc Molander; Susan ne,
Helga Thomas; Alphonse, Angelo Ferrari; Werner
Dewall. Egon V. Jordan; Baron von Richlhofen. Carl
W. Myer.

"RIO RITA"-RKO.— From the Ziegfeld musical
play by Guy Bolton and Fred Thompson. Directed
by Luther Reed. Stage direction by Russell Mack.
The cast: Rita Ferguson, Bebe Daniels; Capt. Jim
Ste^vart, John Boles; Roberto Ferguson. Don Alvarado;
Dolly, Dorothy Ix-e; Chick, Bert Wheeler; Lo-jett,
Robert Woolsey; Ravinojf, Georges Renevant; Mrs,
Bean, Helen Kaiser; Davalos, Tiny Sandford; Parone.
Nick de Ruiz; McGinn, Sam Nelson; Wilkins, Fred
Burns; Carmen, Eva Rosita; Cafe Proprietor, Sam
Blum.

"SILVER KING. THE"— British.— Directed by

T. Hayes Hunter. The cast: Wilfred Denver, Percy
Marmont; Nellie Denver. Jean Jay; Capt, Skinner.
Bernard Ncdell; Olive. Cliili Boucliier; Jaikes, Harold
Huth; Selwyn, Phillip Lord; Dickey. Raymond ElUs.

"TAMING OF THE SHREW, THE"— United
Artists. — From the story by William Shakespeare.



Adapted by Sam Taylor. Directed by Sam Tavlcr.
The cast : Katherine. Mary Pickford ; Petruchio,
Douglas Fairbanks; Hortensio, Geoffrey Wardwell;
Baptisla. Edwin Maxwell; Bianca, Dorothy Jordan;
Gretnio, Joseph Cawthorne; Grumio, Clyde Cook.

"THEY HAD TO SEE PARIS"- Fox.— From
the story by Homer Ci oy. Scenario by Sonya Levien.
Directed by Frank Borzage. The cast: Pike Peters,
Will Rogers; Mrs. Peters, his wife, Irene Rich;
Opal Peters, his daughter. Marguerite Churchill;
Ross Peters, his son. Owen Davis, Jr.; Claudtne.
Fifi Dorsay; Marquis de Brissac, Ivan Lebcdeff;
Marquise de Brissac. Marcelle Corday; Grand Duke
Makiall, Theodore Lodi; Clark McCurdy. Rex Bell;
Fleurie, Christiane Yves; Ed Eggers, Edgar Kennedy;
Tup per. Bob Kerr; Miss Mason, Marcia Manon;
Valet, Andre Cheren; Prince Ordinsky, Gregory Gay.

"THIRTEENTH CHAIR, THE"— M-G-M.—
From tlic play by Baj'ard Veiller. Directed by Ted
Browning. The cast: Richard Crosby, Conrad Nagel;
Helen O'Neill, Leila Hyams; Madame Rosalie La
Grange, Margaret Wycherly; Mary Eastwood, Helenc
Millard; Sir Roscoe Crosby, Holmes Herbert; Lady
Crosby, Marj- Forbes; Inspector Dehante. Bela Lugosi;
Edward Wales, John Davidson; Dr. Philip Maso?t,
Charles Quartermaine; Helen Trent. Moon Carroll;
Brandon Trent, Cyiil Chadwick; Howard Standish,
Bertram Johns; Grace Standish, Gretchen Holland;
Professor Feringee. Frank Leigh; Commissioner Grim-
shaw, Clarence Geldert; Chotee, Lai Chand Merra.

"THIS MAD WORLD"— M-G-M.— From the
play "Tcrre Inhumaine" by Francois de Curel.
Adapted by Clara Berangcr. Directed by WilUam de
Millo. The cast: Paul. Basil Rathbone; His Mother,
Loui.-e Dresser; Victoria, Kay Johnson; Anna, Veda
Bucklana; Emile, Louis Nathcaux.

"THREE LIVE GHOSTS "—United Artists.—
From the stage play by Frederick S. Isham. Adapted
by Max Marcin. Directed bj' Thornton Freeland.
The cast: Mrs, Gubbins, Ber>-1 Mercer; Peggy Woofers,
Hilda Vaughn; Bolton. Harrj' Stubbs; Rose Gordon,
Joan Bennett; .-llice. Nanci Price; Jitnmie Gubbins,
Charles McNaughton; WilUam Foster, Robert Mont-
gomery; "Spoofy." Claud Allister; Paymaster, Arthur
Cla>-ton; Crockery Man, Tencn Holtz; Briggs, Shayle
Gardner; Benson, Jack Cooper; Lady Leicester,
Jocclyn Lee.

"TONIGHT AT TWELVE" — Universal. —
From the stage play by Owen Davis. Directed by
Harry Pollard. Tlie cast: Jane Eldredge, Madge
Bellamy; Jack Keith, Robert Ellis; Naii Stoddard,
Margaret Livingston; Barbara Warren, Vera Rey-
nolds; Professor Eldredge. Norman Trevor; Bill
Warren, Hallam Cooley; Mary. Man' Doran; Tony
Keith, George Lewis; .-Mice Keith, Madeline Seymour;
Dora Eldredge, Josephine Brown; Tom Stoddard. Don
Douglas; Joe, Nick Thompson; Ellen, Louise Carver.

" WREC KER, THE"— Tiffany-Stahl. — From
the play by Arnold Ridley and Bernard Merivale.
Directed by G. M. Bolvar>'. The cast: Ambrose
Barney, Carlyle Blackwell; Mary Shelton, Benita
Hume; Sir Gervaise Bartlett, Winter Hall; Roger
Doyle. Joseph Striker; Rameses Ratchet t, Leonard
Thompson; William, Gordon Harker; Beryl Matchley.
Pauline Johnson.

"WHY LEAVE HOME? "—Fox.— From the play
"Cradle Snatchers" by Russell Medcraft and Nor-
man Mitchell. Adapted by Robert S. Carr. Music
by Conrad, Mitchell and Gkjttler. Directed by Ray-
mond Cannon. The cast: The girls: Mary, Sue Caiol;
Billie, Dixie Lee; Jackie. Jean Bary. The boys: Dick,
Nick Stuart; Jose, Richard Keene; Oscar, David
Rollins. The husbands: Elmer, Walter Catlrtt;
George. Jed Prouty; Roy, Gordon De Main. The
wives: FJhcl, Ilka Chase; Susan, Dot Farley; Maude,



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