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1930 UNIVERSALS


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Universal released 35 features in 1930. How many have you seen? How many have never even played on television?

 

HELL'S HEROES - Charles Bickford, Raymond Hatton

NIGHT RIDE - Barbara Kent, Edward G. Robinson

PARADE OF THE WEST - Ken Maynard

THE CLIMAX - Jean Hersholt, Kathryn Crawford

EMBARRASSING MOMENTS - Reginald Denny, Merna Kennedy

DAMES AHOY - Glenn Tryon, Otis Harlan

THE MOUNTED STRANGER - Hoot Gibson

UNDERTOW - Mary Nolan, Johnny Mack Brown

LUCKY LARKIN - Ken Maynard

COHENS AND KELLYS IN SCOTLAND - George Sidney, Charles Murray

TRAILING TROUBLE - Hoot Gibson

HIDE OUT - James Muray, Kathryn Crawford

THE FIGHTING LEGION - Ken Maynard

CAPTAIN OF THE GUARDS - John Boles, Laura La PPlante

ROARIN' RANCH - Hoot Gibson, Sally Eilers

MOUNTAIN JUSTICE - Ken Maynard

CZAR OF BROADWAY - Betty Compson, John Wray

WHITE HELL OF PITZ PALU - Leni Riesfenstahl

TRIGGER TRICKS - Hoot Gibson, Sally Eilers

YOUNG DESIRE - Mary Nolan, William Janney

SONG OF THE CABALLERO - Ken Maynard

WHAT MEN WANT - Ben Lyon, Barbara Kent

SONS OF THE SADDLE - Ken Maynard

KING OF JAZZ - All Star Revue

THE STORM - Lupe Velez, William Boyd

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT - Lew Ayres, Louis Wolheim

SPURS - Hoot Gibson

THE LITTLE ACCIDENT - Anita Page, ZaSu Pitts

OUTSIDE THE LAW - Mary Nolan, Edward G. Robinson

A LADY SURRENDERS - Conrad Nagel, Genevieve Tobin

EAST IS WEST - Lupe Velez, Lew Ayres

CONCENTRATIN' KID - Hoot Gibson

THE CAT CREEPS -- Helen Twelvetrees, Raymond Hackett, Neil Hamilton, Lilyan Tashman

SEE AMERICA THIRST - Harry Langdon, Bessie Love

THE BOUDOIR DIPLOMAT - Betty Compson, Mary Duncan

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yep, very interesting threads!

I have seen All Quiet on the Western Front, and KING OF JAZZ ran on AMC a long time ago, I forget if it was all two color Technicolor, or just parts of it(watched it to see Paul Whiteman Orchestra, with a very young Bing Crosby and the Rhythmmakers.)

 

Some of these movies sound familiar(Hide out was the title of an MGM film as well a few years later)

But, came across something interesting, you can actually buy one of the films from WB!

Hell's Heroes sounded like a title I had heard of, but thought there would be 2 or 3 with that title...nope, it's a 1929 film(according to IMDB, then they show it was released in early Jan 1930) that they have the rights to since they remade it as Three Godfathers, with Chester Morris(before the more famous John Ford-John Wayne version) What's weird, is Hell's Heroes ran on TCM in the last few months! I can't even recall if I recorded it or not, just remember seeing it at some point and saying, Hey, it's the Three Godfathers, an even earlier version!(in fact, according to IMDB, it was even an old story in '29, as it was filmed in 1916 as well!) Wonder if I did record it...man, my memory sucks!

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Gertrude Stein used to worry that she would have read everything, and that there wouldn't be anything left to read. I used to worry that about movies -- but it's not bloody likely that it's going to happen! I've seen only a couple of films on the 1930 list and want to see them all!

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HELL'S HEROES has played on TCM a number of times. It was an early directorial effort of William Wyler, the great director and nephew of Carl Laemmle. I hope I spelled that right. It came under MGM control when they were allowed to remake it as the THREE GODFATHERS.

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> {quote:title=cody1949 wrote:}{quote}

> On some of the threads you have removed the B-westerns. May I request that you don't in the future if you plan to continue. Thanks again.

I haven't removed anything, thank you. These titles came from the defunct website, www.vitaphone.org. If any titles are missing, feel free to add them.

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> {quote:title=PrinceSaliano wrote:}{quote}

> Universal released 35 features in 1930. How many have you seen? How many have never even played on television?

>

Seen and have copies of:

 

HELL'S HEROES

DAMES AHOY

UNDERTOW

WHITE HELL OF PITZ PALU

YOUNG DESIRE

WHAT MEN WANT

KING OF JAZZ

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT

LITTLE ACCIDENT

EAST IS WEST

 

Seen but don't have copies of:

 

THE COHENS AND KELLYS IN SCOTLAND

CAPTAIN OF THE GUARDS

THE STORM

SEE AMERICA THIRST

 

Heard but not seen (lost film, but soundtrack exists):

 

THE CAT CREEPS

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