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The Hit Parade (April 26, 1937)

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The Hit Parade of 1937
 

Released on April 26, 1937: In Great Depression America musicians and Vaudeville performers show their stuff in this romantic adventure.

Directed by Gus Meins

The Actors: Frances Langford (Ruth Allison, nee Swanson), Phil Regan (Pete Garland), Max Terhune (Rusty Callahan), Edward Brophy (Mr. Mulrooney), Louise Henry (Monica Barrett), Pert Kelton (Eadie White), J. Farrell MacDonald (Sergeant O'Hara), Monroe Owsley (Teddy Leeds), Inez Courtney (Tillie), William Demarest (parole officer), George Givot (Herman), Sammy White (dancer), Paul 'Mousie' Garner (member of The Gentle Maniacs), Sam Wolfe (member of The Gentle Maniacs), Richard Hakins (member of The Gentle Maniacs), Yvonne Manoff (member of the Tic Toc Girls), Mildred Winston (member of the Tick Toc Girls), Barbara Johnston (member of the Tic Toc Girls), Carl Hoff (bandleader of The Hit Parade Orchestra), Ivie Anderson (Ivy), Duke Ellington (himself), Eddy Duchin (himself), Molasses (part of Molasses and January), January (part of Molasses and January), Pick (part of Pick and Pat), Pat (part of Pick and Pat), Al Pearce (himself), Sayle Taylor (the voice of experience), Ed Thorgersen (Ed Thorgersen), Ed 'Oscar' Platt (Oscar), Lou Fulton (Elmer), Stanley Fields (the bedtime story man), The Gentle Maniacs (comedy team), Tic-Toc Girls (singers), The Hit Parade Orchestra (radio orchestra), Harry Anderson (cabbie), Johnny Arthur (success story teller), Marie Astaire (unknown), Harvey Clark (Mr. Barrett), Jack Daley (desk sergeant), Wyn Davis (opera singer), Kay Deslys (tough lady), Jack Egan (WBR announcer), Jim Farley (Sheriff), Jerry Fletcher (sound mixer), Otto Fries (majordomo), Jack George (Jerry), June Gittelson (fat girl singer), Kit Guard (second mug), Arlene Harris (Arlene Harris), Grace Hayle (cooking expert), Kathleen Howard (Mrs. Barrett), William Jeffrey (doctor), Delos Jewkes (amateur boy singer), Harry C. Johnson (juggler), Eddie Kane (Nick, nightclub owner), Rita La Roy (ex con), Phil La Toska (juggler), Princess Luana (Hawaiian solo dancer), Alphonse Martell (head waiter), William Newell (Burt Ambrose), Wedgwood Nowell (ticket seller), Dagmar Oakland (nurse), Francis Sayles (small cop), Kathryn Sheldon (haughty woman), Lew Sherwood (vocal refrain), Roy Smeck (radio artist), Harry Strang (first mug), Harry Tracy (Mulrooney's chauffeur), Emmett Vogan (news commentator), Carleton Young (radio announcer)

 
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Al Pearce
Al Pearce
Duke Ellington in The Hit Parade - 1937
Duke Ellington in The Hit Parade - 1937
Eddie Kane, Max Terhune and Pert Kelton
Eddie Kane, Max Terhune and Pert Kelton
Edward Brophy as Mr. Mulrooney
Edward Brophy as Mr. Mulrooney
Frances Langford and Phil Regan
Frances Langford and Phil Regan
Frances Langford in The Hit Parade
Frances Langford in The Hit Parade
J. Farrell MacDonald in The Hit Parade
J. Farrell MacDonald in The Hit Parade
Jack Egan
Jack Egan
Lou Fulton
Lou Fulton
Louise Henry and Phil Regan
Louise Henry and Phil Regan
Louise Henry as radio singer Monica Barrett
Louise Henry as radio singer Monica Barrett
Max Terhune and Phil Regan
Max Terhune and Phil Regan
Max Terhune as Rusty Callahan
Max Terhune as Rusty Callahan
Phil Regan and Edward Brophy
Phil Regan and Edward Brophy
Phil Regan and Frances Langford
Phil Regan and Frances Langford
Phil Regan, Max Terhune and Edward Brophy
Phil Regan, Max Terhune and Edward Brophy
Phil Regan and Monroe Owsley
Phil Regan and Monroe Owsley
Phil Regan as Pete Garland
Phil Regan as Pete Garland
Princess Luana
Princess Luana
Rita La Roy and J. Farrell MacDonald
Rita La Roy and J. Farrell MacDonald
The Gentle Maniacs
The Gentle Maniacs
The Tic-Toc Girls
The Tic-Toc Girls
William Demarest and Eddie Kane
William Demarest and Eddie Kane