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Paramount on Parade (1930) was a Musical Film directed by Victor Heerman and Edwin H. Knopf and produced by Adolph Zukor, Jesse L. Lasky, B.P. Schulberg, Elsie Janis and Albert A. Kaufman.

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One of over 700 Paramount productions, filmed between 1929 and 1949, which were sold to MCA/Universal in 1958 for television distribution, and have been owned and controlled by Universal ever since. The television version only ran 77 minutes and contained no Technicolor footage.
"I'm True To The Navy Now" performed by Clara Bow, in a rare singing performance, was also the title of one of her 1930 "talkies". The song was later reprised by 'Carmen Miranda' for the Fox film Doll Face, though it was cut from the film as Paramount owned the rights and would not give permission for its performance. This (Navy) song is strikingly similar to the Irving Berlin song titled "You Can'r Get A Man With A Gun", written, coincidentally in 1945, for the Broadway show "Annie Get Your Gun, the same year the earlier song was dropped from "Doll Face".
Jeanette MacDonald's participation in Nino Martini's "Song of the Gondolier" musical number was cut from the US version before it was released, but may survive in the Spanish version of the film.
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