Movie Trailers - August 1929

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Popular trailers for movies released in August 1929

Total trailers found: 35

Mickey's Follies Trailer (1929)

28 August 1929

Mickey puts on a show in his barnyard. A short dramatic scene by a chicken and rooster; an operatic ode by Patricia Pig, and then the main attraction: Mickey sings and plays his theme song, then dances to it.

The Skeleton Dance Trailer (1929)

21 August 1929

When night falls at a church cemetery, amidst howling dogs, hooting owls and fighting cats, four skeletons rise from their graves for macabre merriment.

Lucky Star Trailer (1929)

18 August 1929

Mary, a poor farm girl, meets Tim just as word comes that war has been declared. Tim enlists in the army and goes to the battlefields of Europe, where he is wounded and loses the use of his legs.

The Dance of Life Trailer (1929)

16 August 1929

A vaudeville comic and a pretty young dancer aren't having much luck in their separate careers, so they decide to combine their acts.

The Cocoanuts Trailer (1929)

03 August 1929

During the Florida land boom, the Marx Brothers run a hotel, auction off some land and thwart a jewel robbery.

Perfect Day Trailer (1929)

10 August 1929

Stan and Ollie, their wives, and their Uncle Edgar try to have a picnic.

Street Girl Trailer (1929)

21 August 1929

A homeless and destitute violinist joins a combo to bring it success, but has problems with her love life.

Hallelujah Trailer (1929)

20 August 1929

Hallelujah! was, for its time, an impressive achievement. Director King Vidor, anxious to make a "personal" project for the impersonal MGM studios, proposed to film a spiritual story set in the deep South with blacks as the main characters.

Charming Sinners Trailer (1929)

16 August 1929

Charming Sinners was a stilted adaptation of Somerset Maugham's play The Constant Wife. Robert Miles (Clive Brook) starts the ball rolling when he falls in love with Anne-Marie Whitley (Mary Nolan), the best friend of his own wife Kathryn (Ruth Chatterton).

The Sophomore Trailer (1929)

24 August 1929

Joe Collins (Eddie Quillan) arrives at Hanford College to begin his second year with $200 to pay his tuition, is enticed into a craps game, and loses all in this nostalgic slice of college, replete with songs, romance, prom dances and the inevitable big football game.

The Greene Murder Case Trailer (1929)

11 August 1929

The Greene Murder Case was William Powell's second of four ventures in the role of society detective Philo Vance.

The King of the Kongo Trailer (1929)

29 August 1929

A Secret Service agent seeks his missing brother in Africa, and finds his mission complicated by ivory thieves, a girl with a mysterious past, and a troublesome gorilla.

Words and Music Trailer (1929)

18 August 1929

Phil and Pete compete for Mary's love and also in a contest for best song written by a college student.

The Organist at St. Vitus' Cathedral Trailer (1929)

30 August 1929

The most important silent film by director Martin Frič. Poet Vitezslav Nezval did scenographic modifications to the original story by Václav Wasserman.

The Mysterious Dr. Fu Manchu Trailer (1929)

10 August 1929

A Chinese doctor (Warner Oland) vows revenge against the allied troops who killed his wife and child during the Boxer Rebellion.

Paris' Girls Trailer (1929)

16 August 1929

This French film confection directed by Henry Roussell concerns two young Parisian beauties in love with same fellow (Fernand Fabre).

Paris Bound Trailer (1929)

03 August 1929

Jim Hutton and Mary Archer are two liberals who are content to remain faithful to each other in spirit only.

Say It with Songs Trailer (1929)

05 August 1929

Joe Lane, radio entertainer and songwriter, learns that the manager of the studio, Arthur Phillips, has made improper advances to his wife, Katherine.

Life's Fragments Trailer (1929)

06 August 1929

In a building site, a worker agonizes, after an accident, and tells his son about the virtues of honest work, but he's not heard.

Secrets of the Orient Trailer (1929)

30 August 1929

Directed by Alexandre Volkoff

Ratskin Trailer (1929)

14 August 1929

While George Herriman is credited as Kat's creator here, Krazy in this short bears little resemblance to the original comic strip character.

Evangeline Trailer (1929)

24 August 1929

A young Acadian woman spends years searching for her lost love after the two are separated and forcibly relocated by the British.

The Love Trap Trailer (1929)

04 August 1929

A chorus girl loses her job and thus the room she owes back rent on, and ends up being rescued from the street by a dashing rich man.

Gold Diggers of Broadway Trailer (1929)

30 August 1929

A lost Hollywood musical.

Madame X Trailer (1929)

17 August 1929

A young, unfaithful wife and mother is thrown out by her husband and barred from ever seeing her three year old son again despite her earnest attempts to make amends.

The Girl in the Show Trailer (1929)

30 August 1929

In this drama, a traveling troupe of actors find themselves in danger of becoming unemployed when their manager up and leaves.

Lazy Days Trailer (1929)

24 August 1929

A lethargic Farina lounges about, waited upon by his girlfriend Trellis and half-minding his baby brother.

Don't Get Nervous Trailer (1929)

19 August 1929

Georgie Price tells Bryan Foy, who is to direct his short film, that he is nervous about performing to a camera and microphone instead of an audience.

Marianne Trailer (1929)

23 August 1929

During World War I, a French girl is romanced by an American doughboy even though she is promised to a French soldier who is fighting at the front.

Weary Willies Trailer (1929)

05 August 1929

Oswald faces off against Peg Leg Pete

Chinatown, My Chinatown Trailer (1929)

28 August 1929

In this one, there are two Chinese men on screen. One is eating and the one to the right of him is ironing.

Look Out Below Trailer (1929)

17 August 1929

A Educational short where Robert Graves plays Thelma Todd's jealous husband.

Ben Pollack and His Park Central Orchestra Trailer (1929)

05 August 1929

The Ben Pollack Orchestra plays three tunes "California Echoes", "My Kind Of Love" and "Song Of The Island".

Fifty Miles from Broadway Trailer (1929)

05 August 1929

A vaudeville style comedy/musical short about a couple that gets engaged and their fighting families.

The Saint and Her Fool Trailer (1929)

19 August 1929

Agnes Günther’s heart-rending fairy tale dazzled turn-of-the-century German audiences and sold hundreds of thousands of copies before being adapted into this tale of timeless passion, the beautiful The Saint and the Fool.