"The Blue Danube" (1932)?

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"The Blue Danube" (1932)?

PostTue Sep 12, 2017 4:46 pm

Has anyone seen, or does anyone know of the existence or availability of, the 1932 British film The Blue Danube, directed by Herbert Wilcox, with Joseph Schildkraut, Brigitte Helm, and Leonide Massine?
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Re: "The Blue Danube" (1932)?

PostSat Sep 16, 2017 4:37 am

The Blue Danube A Rhapsody (Original)
 
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The Blue Danube (Alternative)
Date
1932-04-25 (Release)
EIDR identifier
10.5240/A9D6-9CA3-1B5A-0AAC-53D5-R
Production country
United Kingdom
Production company
British and Dominions Film Corporation, Gaumont-British Picture Corporation
Synopsis
A gypsy leaves his sweetheart for a countess. (Synopsis)
Category
Fiction
Genre
Musical
Romance
Credits
Directed by: Herbert Wilcox
Presents: The Gaumont-British Picture Corpn. Ltd.
Production Company: British & Dominions Film Corpn. Ltd.
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Cast
Dorothy Bouchier (Yutka)
Brigitte Helm (Countess Gabriella Kovacs)
Joseph Schildkraut (Sandor)
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This work is available from BFI Footage Sales


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Film / Video
35mm BW Positive - Polyester - Combined - Viewing
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Scripts / Documents
Ephemera: publicity - PBM-24034
Medium pressbook held.
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Articles
Today's Cinema v51 n3998 24 Aug 1938
Monthly Film Bulletin v5 n56 August 1938
The Picturegoer v1 n48 23 Apr 1932
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Also had a German language version
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Re: "The Blue Danube" (1932)?

PostMon Sep 18, 2017 2:12 pm

Many thanks! I really appreciate it!
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"She confessed subsequently to Cottard that she found me remarkably enthusiastic; he replied that I was too emotional, that I needed sedatives, and that I ought to take up knitting." —Marcel Proust (Cities of the Plain).

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