Kiss Me Again is a musical operetta film filmed entirely in Technicolor. It was originally released in the United States as Toast of the Legion late in 1930, but was quickly withdrawn when Warner Bros. realized that the public had grown weary of musicals. The Warner Bros. believed that this attitude would only last for a few months, but, when the public proved obstinate, they reluctantly re-released the film early in 1931 after making a few cuts to the film. When the film was re-released in 1931, most of Walter Pidgeon's songs were cut from the film. Only a small abbreviated version of one...
|Release date:||October 12, 1930|
|Directed by:||William A. Seiter|
|Music by:||Victor Herbert|
|Cinematography:||Lee Garmes, Alfred Gilks, Technicolor|
|Screenplay by:||Victor Herbert, Julien Josephson, Paul Perez|
|Adapted from:||Mlle. Modiste|