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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Oh, Sailor Behave! (1930) on DVD

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Actor :               Irene Delroy, Charles King
Director:           Archie Mayo
Genre:               Comedy
Year:                  1930
Studio:              Warner Archive Collection
Length:             68 minutes
Released:        16 August 1930
Rating:              Not Rated
Format:             NTSC
Misc:                 NTSC
Language:       English
subtitles:         




 


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Based on the farcical stage play written by Pulitzer Prize-winning* writer Elmer Rice, Oh, Sailor, Behave! is a movie musical with a split personality. Nanette Dodge (Irene Delroy) falls for newspaper reporter Charlie Carroll (Charles King), who is on assignment in Venice to land an interview with Romanian General Skulany (Noah Beery). Our couple is split apart by a pair of storylines – Nanette tries to woo a Russian prince (Lowell Sherman) who is blackmailing her sister, while Charlie, following a lead to the general, finds himself romantically involved with Kunegundi (Vivien Oakland), “the general’s favorite.” In an unrelated, slapstick plotline a pair of American sailors (Olsen & Johnson) are embroiled in trouble while attempting to track down the one-legged thief who robbed the navy storehouse in Venice. Directed by the accomplished Archie Mayo (The Petrified Forest, The Adventures of Marco Polo and Angel on My Shoulder), the film is famous for introducing the comedic team of Ole Olsen & Chic Johnson (Hellzapoppin’) on the big screen. *1929 for Street Scene

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Actor :               Irene Delroy, Charles King
Director:           Archie Mayo
Genre:               Comedy
Year:                  1930
Studio:              Warner Archive Collection
Length:             68 minutes
Released:        16 August 1930
Rating:              Not Rated
Format:             NTSC
Misc:                 NTSC
Language:       English
subtitles:         


 

DESCRIPTION:

Based on the farcical stage play written by Pulitzer Prize-winning* writer Elmer Rice, Oh, Sailor, Behave! is a movie musical with a split personality. Nanette Dodge (Irene Delroy) falls for newspaper reporter Charlie Carroll (Charles King), who is on assignment in Venice to land an interview with Romanian General Skulany (Noah Beery). Our couple is split apart by a pair of storylines – Nanette tries to woo a Russian prince (Lowell Sherman) who is blackmailing her sister, while Charlie, following a lead to the general, finds himself romantically involved with Kunegundi (Vivien Oakland), “the general’s favorite.” In an unrelated, slapstick plotline a pair of American sailors (Olsen & Johnson) are embroiled in trouble while attempting to track down the one-legged thief who robbed the navy storehouse in Venice. Directed by the accomplished Archie Mayo (The Petrified Forest, The Adventures of Marco Polo and Angel on My Shoulder), the film is famous for introducing the comedic team of Ole Olsen & Chic Johnson (Hellzapoppin’) on the big screen. *1929 for Street Scene

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