Every Sunday (1936)

11/28/1936 (US) MusicComedy 11m
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Edna's grandfather is a conductor of a small orchestra that gives concerts in the park every Sunday. Because of lack of audience the city officials want to cancel these concerts. To stop this from happening, Judy and Edna gather a crowd the following Sunday; and to keep its attention, they themselves perform with the orchestra. Edna sings an aria and Judy sings 'Americana'.

  1. Felix E. Feist

    Director

  2. Mauri Grashin

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Judy Garland

    Judy Garland

    Judy

  2. Deanna Durbin

    Deanna Durbin

    Edna

  3. Wright Kramer

    The Professor (uncredited)

  4. Richard Powell

    Judy's Father 'Pop' (uncredited)

  5. Paul Irving

    Mr. Bixby (uncredited)

  6. Thomas Pogue

    Mr. Barfogle (uncredited)

  7. Kathryn Sheldon

    Kathryn Sheldon

    Woman Gotten out of Bath (uncredited)

  8. Jack Lindquist

    Jack Lindquist

  9. Clem Bevans

    Clem Bevans

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Status Released

Original Language English

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