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BIBLIOGRAPHIC SOURCES
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
24 Mar 1929.
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New York Times
8 Apr 1929
p. 32.
Variety
10 Apr 1929
p. 25.
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTORS
Asst dir
Asst dir
Dial dir
Dial dir
PRODUCER
WRITERS
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
Dir of photog
Dir of photog
FILM EDITOR
SOUND
Sd dir
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on the novel Stepping High by Gene Markey (Garden City, NY, 1929).
AUTHOR
SONGS
"Jericho," words by Leo Robin, music by Richard Myers
"Mine Alone," words by Clifford Grey, music by Richard Myers
"I'll Always Be in Love With You" and "It Is the Perfect Waltz Song," words by Bud Green, Sammy Stept and Herman Ruby
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SONGS
"Jericho," words by Leo Robin, music by Richard Myers
"Mine Alone," words by Clifford Grey, music by Richard Myers
"I'll Always Be in Love With You" and "It Is the Perfect Waltz Song," words by Bud Green, Sammy Stept and Herman Ruby
"Do Something," words and music by Bud Green and Sammy Stept.
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DETAILS
Release Date:
24 March 1929
Copyright Claimant:
RKO Productions, Inc.
Copyright Date:
1 March 1929
Copyright Number:
LP248
Physical Properties:
Sound
RCA Photophone
Black and White
Duration(in mins):
83
Length(in feet):
7,626
Length(in reels):
8
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

Benny and Flo, a husband-and-wife vaudeville act who form the dancing team of Sloane and Darrel, reach the Broadway big time in a revue that folds under them. They are signed up for a nightclub, however, and become a sensation. Winston, a society playboy, takes a fancy to Flo, and she soon becomes discontented with the unsophisticated Benny and his Broadway buddies. Flo divorces Benny and breaks up the act, finding a new dancing partner for a revue backed by Winston. The act is a flop, and Winston offers Flo a trip to Europe without benefit of clergy. Coming to her senses at last, Flo returns to Benny, and they go on the road again with their old ... +


Benny and Flo, a husband-and-wife vaudeville act who form the dancing team of Sloane and Darrel, reach the Broadway big time in a revue that folds under them. They are signed up for a nightclub, however, and become a sensation. Winston, a society playboy, takes a fancy to Flo, and she soon becomes discontented with the unsophisticated Benny and his Broadway buddies. Flo divorces Benny and breaks up the act, finding a new dancing partner for a revue backed by Winston. The act is a flop, and Winston offers Flo a trip to Europe without benefit of clergy. Coming to her senses at last, Flo returns to Benny, and they go on the road again with their old act. +

Legend
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Partially Viewed
Offscreen Credit
Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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