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The Vagabond Lover (December 1, 1929)

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Rudy Vallee and Sally Blane in Vagabond Lover
 

Released on December 1, 1929: (running time 65 minutes) Heart throb Rudy Vallee sings his way into the heart of Sally Blane in this early talkie romantic musical comedy.

Produced by William LeBaron

Directed by Marshall Neilan

The Actors: Rudy Vallee (Rudy Bronson), Sally Blane (Jean Whitehall), Marie Dressler (Ethel Bertha Whitehall), Charles Sellon (Chief George C. Tuttle), Nella Walker (Mrs. Whittington Todhunter), Edward J. Nugent (Sport), Danny O'Shea (Sam, clarinet player), Malcolm Waite (Ted Grant), Alan Roscoe (Grant's manager), The Connecticut Yankees (Rudy Vallee's band), Symona Boniface (musicale guest), Patti Brill (orphan), Dorothy Gray (orphan), Sherry Hall (announcer), Gladden James (Stevens, newspaper reporter), Norman Peck (Swiftie), Dorothy Vernon (maid)

 

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The Romantic Crooner and the Teenage Beauty

Rudy Vallee was one of the first famous jazz bandleaders, becoming famous nationwide because of a network radio show. His sad, puppy-dog eyes enthralled the women as he sang love songs to the world. When motion pictures began adding sound to the movies, the popular nationwide radio stars appeared in movies so that their radio fans could see their favorite singer on screen. After making two motion picture musical shorts, Rudy Vallee was invited to star in a full-length talking motion picture. It would be a musical romantic adventure, and in it he would play some of the new modern jazz songs with his band, and sing enchanting love songs to the leading lady in the movie. Of course, his leading lady must be the most beautiful girl in the world.

Nineteen year old Sally Blane was perfect for the part. She had been appearing in movies since the age of seven, often with her sisters, Georgiana Young, Polly Ann Young and Loretta Young. Sally Blane was born Elizabeth Jane Young on July 11, 1910, and appeared in one hundred motion pictures, beginning in the 1917 silent drama, “Sirens of the Sea,” with her younger sister Loretta Young.

In this romantic adventure, Sally Blane is the niece of a wealthy Long Island society matron. Rudy Vallee is a young man who is part of an amateur band with dreams of grandeur, wanting to be ‘discovered’ and on the path to fame and fortune. Because of several comical misunderstandings, although the two fall in love at first sight, the band leader may wind up in jail instead of on the path to fame and fortune with the girl of his dreams. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Alan Roscoe and Malcomlm Waite
Alan Roscoe and Malcolm Waite
Charles Sellon
Charles Sellon
Charles Sellon and Gladden James
Charles Sellon and Gladden James
Charles Sellon, Marie Dressler and Sally Blane
Charles Sellon, Marie Dressler and Sally Blane
Danny O'Shea, Edward J. Nugent and Rudy Vallee
Danny O'Shea, Edward J. Nugent and Rudy Vallee
Danny O'Shea and Edward J. Nugent
Danny O'Shea and Edward J. Nugent
Danny O'Shea and Rudy Vallee
Danny O'Shea and Rudy Vallee
Edward J. Nugent and Rudy Vallee
Edward J. Nugent and Rudy Vallee
Malcolm Waite and Alan Roscoe
Malcolm Waite and Alan Roscoe
Malcolm Waite and Alan Roscoe
Malcolm Waite and Alan Roscoe
Marie Dressler
Marie Dressler
Marie Dressler and Nella Walker
Marie Dressler and Nella Walker
Nella Walker
Nella Walker
Nella Walker and Marie Dressler
Nella Walker and Marie Dressler
Nella Walker
Nella Walker
Rudy Vallee
Rudy Vallee
Rudy Vallee and Edward J. Nugent
Rudy Vallee and Edward J. Nugent
Rudy Vallee and Marie Dressler
Rudy Vallee and Marie Dressler
Rudy Vallee and Sally Blane
Rudy Vallee and Sally Blane
Rudy Vallee and Sally Blane
Rudy Vallee and Sally Blane
Rudy Vallee and the Connecticut Yankees
Rudy Vallee and the Connecticut Yankees
Rudy Vallee
Rudy Vallee
Rudy Vallee and Sally Blane
Rudy Vallee and Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Sally Blane and Marie Dressler
Sally Blane and Marie Dressler
Sally Blane and Marie Dressler
Sally Blane and Marie Dressler
Sally Blane and Marie Dressler
Sally Blane and Marie Dressler
Sally Blane and Rudy Vallee
Sally Blane and Rudy Vallee
Sally Blane and Rudy Vallee
Sally Blane and Rudy Vallee
Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Sally Blane
Sally Blane