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Paramount on Parade
Directed by:
Dorothy Arzner, Otto Brower, Edmund Goulding, Victor Heerman, Edwin H. Knopf, Rowland V. Lee, Ernst Lubitsch, Lothar Mendes, Victor Schertzinger, A. Edward Sutherland and Frank Tuttle

Directed by Dorothy Arzner, Otto Brower, Edmund Goulding, Victor Heerman, Edwin H. Knopf, Rowland V. Lee, Ernst Lubitsch, Lothar Mendes, Victor Schertzinger, A. Edward Sutherland and Frank Tuttle, "Paramount on Parade" (also known as "Paramount revue") is a Musical film, released in the USA on April 22 of 1930.

Who is the director of "Paramount on Parade":

Paramount on Parade was directed by Dorothy Arzner, Otto Brower, Edmund Goulding, Victor Heerman, Edwin H. Knopf, Rowland V. Lee, Ernst Lubitsch, Lothar Mendes, Victor Schertzinger, A. Edward Sutherland and Frank Tuttle.

Dorothy Arzner was an American director, and writer. Before making Paramount on Parade, he had directed Sarah and Son, released in 1930, Behind the Make-Up (1930), The Wild Party (1929), Manhattan Cocktail (1928), Blood and Sand (1922). Since, Dorothy Arzner directed Honor Among Lovers, released in 1931, Merrily We Go to Hell (1932), Christopher Strong (1933), Craig's Wife (1936), The Bride Wore Red (1937), and Dance, Girl, Dance (1940).

Otto Brower was an American director, and actor. Before Paramount on Parade, he had directed . Since, Otto Brower directed Fighting Caravans, released in 1931, Clearing the Range (1931), Hard Hombre (1931), Local Bad Man (1932), Spirit of the West (1932), and Gold (1932).

Edmund Goulding was an English writer, director, actor, and producer. Before Paramount on Parade, he had directed The Trespasser, released in 1929, Queen Kelly (1929), A Certain Young Man (1928), Paris (1926), Sally, Irene and Mary (1925), and Sun-Up (1925). Since, Edmund Goulding directed Hell's Angels, released in 1930, Reaching for the Moon (1930), Grand Hotel (1932), Blondie of the Follies (1932), Riptide (1934), and Hollywood Party (1934).

Victor Heerman was an English screenwriter, writer, and director. Before directing Paramount on Parade, he had directed . Since, Victor Heerman directed Animal Crackers, released in 1930.

Edwin H. Knopf was an American producer, director, screenwriter, and writer. Before Paramount on Parade, he had directed . Since, Edwin H. Knopf directed .

Rowland V. Lee was an American director, actor, and producer. Before making Paramount on Parade, he had directed The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu, released in 1929, The First Kiss (1928), Barbed Wire (1927). Since, Rowland V. Lee directed The Return of Dr. Fu Manchu, released in 1930, Ladies Love Brutes (1930), The Guilty Generation (1931), That Night in London (1932), The Count of Monte Cristo (1934), and Cardinal Richelieu (1935).

Ernst Lubitsch was a German director, producer, writer, and actor. Before Paramount on Parade, he had directed The Love Parade, released in 1929, The Patriot (1928), The Student Prince in Old Heidelberg (1927), So This Is Paris (1926), Lady Windermere's Fan (1925), and Kiss Me Again (1925). Since, Ernst Lubitsch directed Monte Carlo, released in 1930, The Smiling Lieutenant (1931), Broken Lullaby (1932), One Hour with You (1932), Trouble in Paradise (1932), and If I Had a Million (1932).

Lothar Mendes was a German director, producer, and actor. Before directing Paramount on Parade, he had directed Dangerous Curves, released in 1929, The Four Feathers (1929), Interference (1928), Street of Sin (1928). Since, Lothar Mendes directed Ladies' Man, released in 1931, Payment Deferred (1932), If I Had a Million (1932), The Man Who Could Work Miracles (1936), Flight for Freedom (1943).

Victor Schertzinger was an American director, composer, writer, and producer. Before making Paramount on Parade, he had directed Nothing But the Truth, released in 1929, Redskin (1929), Man and Maid (1925), Bread (1924), A Boy of Flanders (1924), and Head Over Heels (1922). Since, Victor Schertzinger directed Uptown New York, released in 1932, The Constant Woman (1933), One Night of Love (1934), Road to Singapore (1940), Rhythm on the River (1940), and Road to Zanzibar (1941).

A. Edward Sutherland was an English director, actor, producer, and writer. Before Paramount on Parade, he had directed Pointed Heels, released in 1929, The Saturday Night Kid (1929), The Dance of Life (1929), Close Harmony (1929), Tillie's Punctured Romance (1928), and Fireman, Save My Child (1927). Since, A. Edward Sutherland directed Up Pops the Devil, released in 1931, Palmy Days (1931), Mr. Robinson Crusoe (1932), Murders in the Zoo (1933), International House (1933), and Mississippi (1935).

Frank Tuttle was an American director, writer, and producer. Before making Paramount on Parade, he had directed The Canary Murder Case, released in 1929, His Private Life (1928), Time to Love (1927), The Untamed Lady (1926), The American Venus (1926), and Puritan Passions (1923). Since, Frank Tuttle directed Her Wedding Night, released in 1930, No Limit (1931), This Is the Night (1932), Roman Scandals (1933), Ladies Should Listen (1934), and The Glass Key (1935).

When was "Paramount on Parade" released:

Paramount on Parade was first released in the United States on Tuesday, April 22, 1930.. This was eighty-nine (89) years ago.

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