| Quotes
Directed by:
George Cukor

Released in the USA on November 25 of 1932, "Rockabye" is a Drama/Romance film directed by George Cukor, and written by Jane Murfin (screenplay) , starring Constance Bennett, Joel McCrea, Paul Lukas, Jobyna Howland, Walter Pidgeon and Clara Blandick.

Who directed "Rockabye":

Rockabye was directed by George Cukor, an American director.

Before Rockabye, George Cukor had directed A Bill of Divorcement, released in 1932, What Price Hollywood? (1932), One Hour with You (1932), Girls About Town (1931), Tarnished Lady (1931), and The Royal Family of Broadway (1930). Since, he directed The Animal Kingdom, released in 1932, Our Betters (1933), Dinner at Eight (1933), Little Women (1933), Manhattan Melodrama (1934), and The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of David Copperfield, the Younger (1935).

When was "Rockabye" released:

Rockabye was first released in the United States on Friday, November 25, 1932. Other films released on Friday, November 25, 1932 are No More Orchids (dir. Walter Lang) and Wild Horse Mesa (dir. Henry Hathaway). This was eighty-six (86) years ago.

Who is at the casting of "Rockabye":

At the casting of Rockabye we find Constance Bennett, previously seen in Two Against the World (1932) and What Price Hollywood? (1932); Joel McCrea (The Most Dangerous Game (1932), Bird of Paradise (1932)); Paul Lukas (Downstairs (1932), Strictly Dishonorable (1931)) [ more... ]

  • J.M. Kerrigan and Paul Lukas also appeared in 20000 Leagues Under the Sea, released in 1954.
  • Constance Bennett and Clara Blandick can also be seen in The Easiest Way, released in 1931.
  • Jobyna Howland and Walter Catlett also appeared in Big City Blues, released in 1932.

What is the Storyline of "Rockabye":

When stage actress Judy Carroll testifies on behalf of her former lover, accused embezzler Al Howard, she loses custody of Elizabeth, an orphan she had planned to adopt. Her devoted manager Tony de Sola urges her to travel to Europe with her alcoholic mother Snooks to alleviate her emotional pain. While there she reads a play entitled Rockabye, which eerily resembles recent events in her life. Despite Tony's qualms, she is determined to star in a Broadway production.

Playwright Jacob Van Riker [...]

Message board

No message has yet been posted about Rockabye.

Start a Topic


There is no image yet.

Explore more

Breitbart ain't so bright
6 messages - Isn't this the guy who selectively cut the video of Shirley Sherrod to make her sound like she is an unabashed racist, when the full video actually...

Resources: RKO Radio Pictures, Wikipedia and contributions from movie fans. Anyone can submit additionnal information and corrections, you can post a message into the forum, or you can contact me by e-mail. Information and materials are submitted by users and thus may not always contain up-to-date and correct information, so do not hesite to report mistakes, and submit corrections.Thank you!. Direct editing is no longer available, sorry.

  • Due to health issues, this site has been maintained on and off during the last few years. Some information is outdated, and I am trying to fix things progressively. Thank you in advance for your indulgence -The Webmaster-
  • Messages posted at this site are the sole opinion and responsibility of the poster. In no way will be liable or responsible for their content. If you believe something is inappropriate please do not hesitate to report it.
  • Information available at this site are based on the contributions submitted movie fans (visitors, registered members). I cannot guarantee the validity, accuracy or reliability of the information found here. If there are mistakes, or outdated information, I truly apologize. You can use the contact form to submit additional information. Thank you!