Danger Lights (1930) was a Adventure - Drama Film directed by George B. Seitz and produced by William LeBaron.
Neglected Post (and First Birthday) Theatre: "Danger Lights," or Honey Choo ChooBy David on May 30, 2013 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
One year ago today I decided to create a movie blog. Again. I'd tried before, but I'd lose interest quickly and within a matter of weeks they'd become neglected, dried-up little tumbleweeds of thought rolling across the wind-swept internet. I didn't know that this one would be different, although... Read full article
"Danger Lights," or Honey Choo ChooBy David on Oct 22, 2012 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze
Plotwise, the 1930 film "Danger Lights" is "The Broadway Melody" with locomotives -- a love triangle involving two people who hate to hurt the odd one out. But it also offers interesting location footage of trains and train yards, a glimpse of Jean Arthur early in her sound career, and one of the fe... Read full article
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Features rare footage of a tug of war between two steam locomotives, actual documentary footage of the activities in the Miles City yard, and what is believed to be the only motion picture footage of a dynamometer car from the steam railroad era.
In the 15 December 1930 New York Times review of the film, critic Mordaunt Hall wrote that Danger Lights was "pictured" in the Spoor-Berggren process, adding that the film filled the screen from side to side of the Mayfair Theatre in New York City. Hall included a paragraph giving technical information about the wide-screen process.
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