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PrinceSaliano

NO MORE ORCHIDS (1932)

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Yes, I did notice this. I was expecting the usual lady with the torch along with the familiar background music at the opening. I also noticed the ending didn't have the Columbia logo either. After I viewed the movie I even checked the Internet Movie Database to see if this was some independent or United Artists movie. Does anyone know why this movie lacks the familiar Columbia labels?

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The soundtrack contained the "Columbia" fanfare at the beginning. Maybe it was sold for re-issue to another company, and the re-issue print was the one being used. Universal used to re-issue thru "Realart". I noticed this type of thing on the Warners films "Smart Money"

and "G-Men". Both had redesigned, simpler opening titles, buut with opening music still intact.

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