Manhattan Parade is a 1931 musical comedy film photographed entirely in Technicolor. It was originally intended to be released, in the United States, early in 1931, but was shelved due to public apathy towards musicals. Despite waiting a number of months, the public proved obstinate and the Warner Bros. reluctantly released the film in December 1931 after removing all the music. The film was released outside the United States as a full musical comedy in 1931. The film was the first Warner Bros. film to be filmed in the improved Technicolor process which removed grain and improved both the...
|Release date:||December 24, 1931|
|Directed by:||Lloyd Bacon|
|Music by:||Harold Arlen, Harry Ruby|
|Screenplay by:||Houston Branch, Robert Lord|
|Adapted from:||She Means Business|