Sweet Adeline

(1934)
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In 1898, composer Sid Barnett manages to get his sweetheart, Adeline the beer-garden singer, to sing the lead in his new Broadway operetta; this infuriates Elysia, the erstwhile star. But Sid frets as Adeline spends increasing amounts of time with the dashing Major Day.

  1. Mervyn LeRoy

    Director

  2. Erwin S. Gelsey

    Screenplay

  3. Jerome Kern

    Writer

  4. Oscar Hammerstein II

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Irene Dunne

    Irene Dunne

    Adeline 'Addie' Schmidt

  2. Donald Woods

    Donald Woods

    Sid Barnett

  3. Hugh Herbert

    Hugh Herbert

    Rupert Rockingham

  4. Ned Sparks

    Ned Sparks

    Dan Herzig

  5. Joseph Cawthorn

    Joseph Cawthorn

    Oscar Schmidt

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Sweet Adeline

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Status Released

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  • December 29, 1934
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 27m

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