Hold Everything (1930)

78 mins | Musical comedy | 1 May 1930

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SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
EHW
29 Mar 1930
p. 32
EHW
3 May 1930
p. 32
Film Daily
30 Mar 1930
p. 8
New York Times
23 Apr 1930
p. 24
New Yorker
3 May 1930
p. 90
Time
5 May 1930
p. 32
Variety
26 Mar 1930
p. 25
CAST
PRODUCTION CREDITS
NAME
PARENT COMPANY
PRODUCTION COMPANY
DISTRIBUTION COMPANY
NAME
CREDITED AS
CREDIT
DIRECTOR
WRITER
PHOTOGRAPHY
Dir of photog
FILM EDITOR
Film ed
SOUND
SOURCES
LITERARY
Based on the play Hold Everything , book by John McGowan and Buddy DeSylva, music by Ray Henderson, lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy DeSylva (New York, 10 Oct 1928).
LITERARY SOURCE AUTHORS
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LITERARY SOURCE AUTHORS
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SONGS
"Take It On the Chin," "When Little Red Roses Get the Blues for You," "Sing a Little Theme Song," "Physically Fit," "Isn't This a Cock-eyed World?" "The Girls We Remember" and "All Alone Together," words by Al Dubin, music by Joe Burke.
SONGWRITER/COMPOSER
DETAILS
Release Date:
1 May 1930
Premiere Information:
New York opening: 20 Mar 1930
Production Date:

Copyright Info
Claimant
Date
Copyright Number
Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
14 April 1930
LP1224
Physical Properties:
Sound
Vitaphone
Color
Technicolor
Sound, also silent
Also si.
Duration(in mins):
78
Length(in feet):
7,513
Length(in reels):
10
Country:
United States
Language:
English
SYNOPSIS

At a training camp preparing for a heavyweight championship bout are Georges La Verne with Pop O'Keefe, his manager; Nosey Bartlett, the camp cook; and Gink Schiner, a lazy, second-rate fighter who is to appear in a preliminary before the big fight. Although Georges is pursued by society girl Norine Lloyd, he is more interested in Sue Burke, his advisor and childhood playmate; Toots, Gink's sweetheart, is constantly concerned over Gink's flirting with pretty girls. Larkin, manager of champion Bob Morgan, comes to the camp and attempts to have the fight "fixed," but O'Keefe informs him Georges will do his best. The Kicker is delegated by Larkin to incapacitate Georges at a party with a knockout pill, but Gink switches his drink with Nosey's. To everyone's surprise, Gink wins his bout. Before his fight, Georges is accosted by Morgan, and he fares badly in the ring until, with a change of tactics, he knocks out Morgan and wins the ...

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At a training camp preparing for a heavyweight championship bout are Georges La Verne with Pop O'Keefe, his manager; Nosey Bartlett, the camp cook; and Gink Schiner, a lazy, second-rate fighter who is to appear in a preliminary before the big fight. Although Georges is pursued by society girl Norine Lloyd, he is more interested in Sue Burke, his advisor and childhood playmate; Toots, Gink's sweetheart, is constantly concerned over Gink's flirting with pretty girls. Larkin, manager of champion Bob Morgan, comes to the camp and attempts to have the fight "fixed," but O'Keefe informs him Georges will do his best. The Kicker is delegated by Larkin to incapacitate Georges at a party with a knockout pill, but Gink switches his drink with Nosey's. To everyone's surprise, Gink wins his bout. Before his fight, Georges is accosted by Morgan, and he fares badly in the ring until, with a change of tactics, he knocks out Morgan and wins the title.

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Name Occurs Before Title
AFI Life Achievement Award

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