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Great Day (1930) was a Musical Film directed by Harry Beaumont and Harry A. Pollard .

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Great Day in The Morning (1956) and Owen Pentecost

By 4 Star Film Fan on Jul 23, 2019 From 4 Star Films

The backdrop is important to understand where we’re at in America’s history. It’s the 1860s. We’re in the Colorado Territory but it’s the eve of the most egregious war that ever was fought on American soil. Already blood is boiling between diehard Northerners and the Se... Read full article


My CMBA Fabulous Films of the '50s Blogathon Entry: "Love Me or Leave Me," or Great Day

By David on May 26, 2014 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

This post is part of the Fabulous Films of the '50s Blogathon, brought to you in living color by America's premier classic movie blog association, the Classic Movie Blog Association. The 1955 film "Love Me or Leave Me" comes smack dab in the middle of Doris Day's peak performing decade -- at its... Read full article


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Press releases attached Harry A. Pollard to this project, but he may not have actually filmed any scenes for it.
Based on the Broadway hit by Vincent Youmans, the film was shot during the summer of 1930. Legend has it that production was shut down before the film as completed, but a numerous reports indicated that the film was very near completion when, for obscure reasons, and at Crawford's behest, production came to a halt. Work began to rewrite the script and to remount the project in 1931 with Crawford, and in 1935 with Jeanette MacDonald, but plans never reached fruition.
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