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The Love Parade (1929) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and produced by Ernst Lubitsch.

Academy Awards 1929/30 --- Ceremony Number 3 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best Art Direction(Hans Dreier)Nominated
Best Cinematography(Victor Milner)Nominated
Best DirectorErnst LubitschNominated
Best PictureParamount Famous LaskyNominated
Best ActorMaurice ChevalierNominated
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The Love Parade, 1929, a Perfectly Played Picture, Practically Packed, and the Paramount of Panoramas of Romance!

By C. S. Williams on Apr 23, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Classic Film Aficionados The Love Parade premiered in New York City on Tuesday, November 19, 1929 at the Criterion Theater, opening with all of the fanfare (Maurice Chevalier in attendance[i]), and the jubilant expectation of the first-nighters at a grandiose-opening of the newest play on the Great ... Read full article


The Love Parade, 1929, a Perfectly Played Picture, Practically Packed, and the Paramount of Panoramas of Romance!

By C. S. Williams on Apr 23, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Classic Film Aficionados The Love Parade premiered in New York City on Tuesday, November 19, 1929 at the Criterion Theater, opening with all of the fanfare (Maurice Chevalier in attendance[i]), and the jubilant expectation of the first-nighters at a grandiose-opening of the newest play on the Great ... Read full article


The Love Parade, 1929, a Perfectly Played Picture, Practically Packed, and the Paramount of Panoramas of Romance! (3)

By C. S. Williams on Apr 23, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

Originally posted on Classic Film Aficionados: The Love Parade premiered in New York City on Tuesday, November 19, 1929 at the Criterion Theater, opening with all of the fanfare (Maurice Chevalier in attendance[i]), and the jubilant expectation of the first-nighters at a grandiose-opening of the new... Read full article


The Love Parade, 1929, a Perfectly Played Picture, Practically Packed, and the Paramount of Panoramas of Romance! (2)

By C. S. Williams on Mar 10, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

? The Love Parade premiered in New York City on Tuesday, November 19, 1929 at the Criterion Theater, opening with all of the fanfare (Maurice Chevalier in attendance[i]), and the jubilant expectation of the first-nighters at a grandiose-opening of the newest play on the Great White Way or the gene... Read full article


The Love Parade, 1929, a Perfectly Played Picture, Practically Packed, and the Paramount of Panoramas of Romance!

By C. S. Williams on Mar 10, 2014 From Classic Film Aficionados

? The Love Parade premiered in New York City on Tuesday, November 19, 1929 at the Criterion Theater, opening with all of the fanfare (Maurice Chevalier in attendance[i]), and the jubilant expectation of the first-nighters at a grandiose-opening of the newest play on the Great White Way or the ge... Read full article


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Queen Louise: Why am I always awakened from my dreams?


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Facts about

In the novel 'Wonder Boys' by Michael Chabon, one of the characters uses the name of this film as the title for his semi-autobiographical novel. The title of the novel stays the same in the film adaptation, but the explanation is not given.
Ben Turpin:  The silent movie comedian appears as the cross-eyed lackey who informs Count Renard that the court is ready for him at his wedding.
This was the first movie to have a soundtrack created after production had ended. Lubitch shot it with a silent camera to counter the static positions that marred most of the pioneer sound productions; the dialogue was dubbed in afterwards, in postproduction.
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