Bright Lights

(1930)
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Overview

In this light-hearted musical, an early color film, a successful actress tires of the bustle and hustle of her tawdry life and settles down to what she thinks is the blissful mundaneness of married life. Unfortunately, the actual drudgery of wifedom takes her by surprise and domestic turmoil ensues.

  1. Michael Curtiz

    Director

  2. Humphrey Pearson

    Screenplay

  3. Henry McCarty

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Dorothy Mackaill

    Dorothy Mackaill

    Louanne

  2. Frank Fay

    Frank Fay

    Wally Dean

  3. Noah Beery

    Noah Beery

    Miguel Parada

  4. Daphne Pollard

    Daphne Pollard

    Mame Avery

  5. James Murray

    James Murray

    Connie Lamont

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Bright Lights
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Status Released

Release Information

  • September 21, 1930
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 9m

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