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Just Imagine
Directed by:
David Butler

Released on November 23 of 1930 in the USA, "Just Imagine" is a Musical/Science Fiction film directed by David Butler, and written by David Butler (continuity) . El Brendel and Maureen O'Sullivan are starring, alongside John Garrick, Marjorie White, Frank Albertson and Hobart Bosworth.

Who is the director of "Just Imagine":

Just Imagine was directed by David Butler, an American director, actor, writer, and producer.

Before making Just Imagine, David Butler had directed High Society Blues, released in 1930, Sunny Side Up (1929), Salute (1929), Fox Movietone Follies of 1929 (1929), High School Hero (1927). Since, he directed A Connecticut Yankee, released in 1931, Delicious (1931), Business and Pleasure (1932), Bottoms Up (1934), Bright Eyes (1934), and The Little Colonel (1935).

What was the release date of "Just Imagine":

Just Imagine was first released on Sunday, November 23, 1930, in the United States.. This was eighty-nine (89) years ago.

What is the cast of "Just Imagine":

At the casting of Just Imagine we find El Brendel, previously seen in The Big Trail (1930) and New Movietone Follies of 1930 (1930); Maureen O'Sullivan (So This Is London (1930)); John Garrick (The Lottery Bride (1930), Married in Hollywood (1929)) [ more... ]

  • Ivan Linow and Maureen O'Sullivan, Frank Albertson can also be seen in A Connecticut Yankee, released in 1931.
  • El Brendel, Marjorie White and Frank Albertson can all be seen in Happy Days, released in 1929.

What is the Storyline of "Just Imagine":

The film starts with a preamble showing life in 1880, where the people believed themselves the "last word in speed". It switches to 1930, with the streets crowded with automobiles and lined with electric lights and telephone wires. It then switches to 1980, where the tenement houses have morphed into 250-story buildings, connected by suspension bridges and multi-lane elevated roads. J-21 sets his airplane on "hover" mode and converses with the beautiful LN-18. He describes how the marriage tribunal had [...]

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