Paramount on Parade (1930)

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A musical revue that basically has Paramount stars and contract-players doing things some had never done on screen, and wouldn't again; such as Ruth Chatteron , in a French-café setting ... See full summary »



  • Mitzi Green and Helen Kane in Paramount on Parade (1930)
  • Kay Francis in Paramount on Parade (1930)
  • Nino Martini in Paramount on Parade (1930)
  • Clara Bow and Mitzi Green in Paramount on Parade (1930)
  • "Paramount on Parade" Maurice Chevalier, Ernst Lubitsch 1930 Paramount **I.V.
  • Charles 'Buddy' Rogers and Lillian Roth in Paramount on Parade (1930)

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Dorothy Arzner , Otto Brower , Edmund Goulding , Victor Heerman , Edwin H. Knopf , Rowland V. Lee , Ernst Lubitsch , Lothar Mendes , Victor Schertzinger , A. Edward Sutherland , Frank Tuttle


Josep Carner Ribalta (Spanish version), Joseph L. Mankiewicz

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18 August 2010 | GManfred
Interesting But Not Essential
"Paramount On Parade" is both a musical revue and a collection of skits by Hollywood stars who can sing and some who cannot. The entertainment value is uneven as some of their stints in front of the camera range from pretty good to mediocre, from Maurice Chevalier to George Bancroft, whose forte was gangster roles. The movie was an excuse for Paramount to showcase as much of their stable of stars as they could assemble, and there were quite a lot of them. I understand that there were a spate of star revue-type pictures produced around the start of the sound era, and this was another one in that mold.

The main reason to see this picture in 2010, I found, was as a museum piece, watching old stars that I had only heard of. Hadn't seen much of Mitzi Green to speak of, ditto Skeets Gallagher, and had never seen Harry Green before. From that standpoint it was fascinating, but maybe not for moviegoers older than me. There was a good skit with four old-time movie sleuths, Warner Oland, William Powell, Clive Brook and Eugene Palette (who was more of a movie dim-witted cop).

On the IMDb site it is clocked at 77 minutes but at Capitolfest in Rome,N.Y. (8/10), a 102 minute 35mm print restored by the UCLA film department was shown which made it extra special.

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