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Harmony Lane

1935

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Harmony Lane is a 1935 low budget American film directed by Joseph Santley, based upon the life of Stephen Foster, released by Mascot Pictures.
This was the first sound film based on the life of the famous composer. Two others would follow, both in color: Swanee River (film) (1939) (the most elaborate and largest budgeted of the three), and I Dream of Jeanie (film) (1952).

Plot summary


Cast

  • Douglass Montgomery as Stephen Foster
  • Evelyn Venable as Susan Pentland
  • Adrienne Ames as Jane McDowell
  • Joseph Cawthorn as Professor Henry Kleber
  • William Frawley as Edwin P. 'Ed' Christy
  • David Torrence as Mr. Pentland
  • Gilbert Emery as Mr. Foster
  • Lloyd Hughes as Andrew Robinson
  • Al Herman (actor) as Tambo
  • Cora Sue Collins as Marian Foster
  • James Bush (actor) as Morrison Foster
  • Edith Craig as Henrietta Foster
  • Florence Roberts as Mrs. Foster
  • Ferdinand Munier as Mr. Pond
  • Clarence Muse as Old Joe

Soundtrack




Category:1935 films
Category:1930s musical films
Category:1930s romance films
Category:American biographical films
Category:American romantic musical films
Category:English-language films
Category:Black-and-white films
Category:Mascot Pictures films
Category:War romance films

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