Sally (1929)

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Sally was an orphan who got her name from the telephone exchange where she was abandoned as a baby. In the orphanage, she discovered the joy of dancing and has been practicing since. ... See full summary »

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  • Alexander Gray and Marilyn Miller in Sally (1929)
  • Sally (1929)
  • Alexander Gray and Marilyn Miller in Sally (1929)
  • Marilyn Miller in Sally (1929)
  • T. Roy Barnes, Pert Kelton, and Marilyn Miller in Sally (1929)

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5 April 2000 | dansavoie
Sally was a first in Chatham
Sally, with Marilyn Miller, was the first movie shown at the Chatham Capitol Theatre in Chatham, Ontario Canada - on April 11, 1930. It was originally shown in color, however all the color sequences have been lost. It only survives in Black & White.

Sally appears to be a bit dated, as we make our way through this new millennium, but serves as a tribute to the beauty and youth of Marilyn Miller. Miller is a fantastic dancer and gives the role 100%.

The film is hard to find, but worth watching if you locate it. Thanks to MGM/UA and Turner for finding the merit to release it on laser disc back in 1993.

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