Movie Trailers - January 1931

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Popular trailers for movies released in January 1931

Total trailers found: 136

City Lights Trailer (1931)

30 January 1931

City Lights is the first silent film that Charlie Chaplin directed after he established himself with sound accompanied films.

Rich and Strange Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

A couple, Fred (Henry Kendall) and Emily Hill (Joan Barry) , living a mundane middle-class life in London, are given a small fortune by an uncle as an advance against their future inheritance so that they can enjoy it in the present.

Little Caesar Trailer (1931)

09 January 1931

A small-time hood shoots his way to the top, but how long can he stay there?

Taris Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

Short documentary directed by Jean Vigo about the French swimmer Jean Taris. The film is notable for the many innovative techniques that Vigo uses, including close ups and freeze frames of the swimmer's body.

The Royal Bed Trailer (1931)

15 January 1931

The hapless king of a small European nation must put up with a domineering queen, a daughter who wants to elope with her boyfriend, a peasant revolt and a scheming son who wants to be king himself and is plotting to take advantage of the situation.

Other Men's Women Trailer (1931)

17 January 1931

Railroad fireman Bill White is a carefree ladies' man with an irresponsible streak. His buddy Jack Kulper, an engineer, is more solid and reliable.

I'll Say She Is Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

In the office of Mr. Lee, a talent agent, Zeppo bursts through the door, proclaiming to be a great musical actor.

The Criminal Code Trailer (1931)

03 January 1931

A wily D.A.(Brady) gets a 10 year conviction of a young 20 year old (Robert Graham)who he knows killed a man in self defense.

Under 18 Trailer (1931)

02 January 1931

Working girl Margie Evans has decided there are two kinds of opportunities for a slum kid during the Depression.

Cape Forlorn Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

William Kell, the keeper of a lighthouse on a lonely stretch of coastline, marries cabaret dancer Eileen.

Das Ekel Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

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Alibi Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

No overview found.

Scandal Sheet Trailer (1931)

31 January 1931

Confirming his principle that no one escapes the news, a tabloid editor prints a scathing story about his wife.

The Birthday Party Trailer (1931)

07 January 1931

Mickey's friends throw him a surprise birthday party at Minnie's house. The chef brings out the cake (with 2 candles); Mickey manages to blow all the cake onto the chef's face, while the candles stay lit.

Tonight or Never Trailer (1931)

04 January 1931

A young opera singer finds her career stalled because of her cold and passionless performances, until she finds romance with a handsome admirer.

Study No. 8 Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

An experimental short from Oskar Fischinger

Scent of the Woman in Black Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

Joseph Rouletabille is haunted by the memory of a woman who used to visit him when he was at boarding school many years ago.

Seven Seas: Virginity Chapter Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

The film is a lengthy work interweaving characters from different backgrounds and social strata in a narrative centered around the experiences of its heroine, Yumie Sone.

Reducing Trailer (1931)

03 January 1931

Marie Dressler and Polly Moran star in this 1931 comedy about two sisters running a beauty salon.

Helping Grandma Trailer (1931)

02 January 1931

The kids' adopted grandma decides to sell her store, but can't decide whom to sell it to. The kids try to help her out.

The Bachelor Father Trailer (1931)

10 January 1931

Lonely in his English country estate, Sir Basil decides to gather his grown (albeit illegitimate) children around him in his declining years.

No Limit Trailer (1931)

15 January 1931

Theater usherette Bunny O'Day (Clara Bow) inadvertently becomes hostess of a private gambling den, and gets involved in a romance with a ne'er-do-well gambler.

Red Riding Hood Trailer (1931)

17 January 1931

Some "jazz tonic" restores Grandma's youth. When the Big Bad Wolf pays a visit, he and Grandma decide to marry on the spot; but Little Red Riding Hood finds a way to stop the wedding.

End of the World Trailer (1931)

23 January 1931

The plot concerns a comet hurling toward Earth on a collision course and the different reactions to people on the impending disaster.

The Painted Desert Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

Western pardners Jeff and Cash find a baby boy in an otherwise deserted emigrants' camp, and clash over which is to be "father.

Command Performance Trailer (1931)

19 January 1931

Based on a stage play by C. Stafford Dickens, Command Performance is also beholden to The Prisoner of Zenda and other Ruritanian romances of that ilk.

The Forgotten Frontier Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

The Forgotten Frontier (1931) is a documentary film about the Frontier Nursing Service, nurses on horseback, who traveled the back roads of the Appalachian Mountains of the eastern United States.

Industrial Britain Trailer (1931)

31 January 1931

Grierson set out to make "propaganda," and this film--with it's voice-over proclaiming the great value of the British industrial worker, without a hint of ambiguity or doubt--fits that category well.

One Heavenly Night Trailer (1931)

15 January 1931

A poor but basically honest flower woman agrees to impersonate a wicked opera star.

The Black Cat Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

A black cat sings and dances, animated using cut-outs.

Les berceaux Trailer (1931)

31 January 1931

A woman rocks a cradle; a man comes to land from the sea, but leaves to view it from a distance.

And Yet They Go On Trailer (1931)

02 January 1931

Directed by Kenji Mizoguchi.

Captain Applejack Trailer (1931)

30 January 1931

An ordinary man is confronted by gangsters who have reason to believe a treasure is buried somewhere on his property.

The House That Shadows Built Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

The House That Shadows Built (1931) is a short feature film, roughly 55 minutes long, from Paramount Pictures, made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the studio's founding in 1912.

Beau Ideal Trailer (1931)

25 January 1931

An American joins the French Foreign Legion in order to rescue a boyhood friend.

The Great Meadow Trailer (1931)

24 January 1931

Pioneers and a family man (John Mack Brown) leave Virginia for Kentucky during the Revolutionary War.

Seikatsu-sen ABC Trailer (1931)

02 January 1931

Directed by Yasujirô Shimazu.

Once a Sinner Trailer (1931)

25 January 1931

As Diana Barry is preparing to leave New York to marry inventor Tommy Mason she is offered financial assistance from her ex-lover Dick Kent, who still has a thing for her.

Hindle Wakes Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

A Lancashire mill girl has an illicit adventure with the owner's son while on holiday. Based on the once notorious Houghton play.

Men on Call Trailer (1931)

18 January 1931

A drama released by Fox starring Edmund Lowe and Mae Clarke.

Jamaibabu Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

This comedy has a country bumpkin hero Gobardhan visiting his parents-in-law in Calcutta. Mistaking a 'No Nuisance' sign for an address, he gets lost trying to find his friend Amal's room.

Faubourg Montmartre Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

Danton Trailer (1931)

21 January 1931

The Big Christening Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

Den store barnedåpen (English: The great christening) is a 1931 Norwegian comedy film directed by Tancred Ibsen, starring Einar Sissener, Aase Bye and Agnete Schibsted-Hansson.

The Nightingale Trailer (1931)

02 January 1931

Part of BFI collection "Secrets of Nature."

Alam Ara Trailer (1931)

02 January 1931

A period fantasy that told of the ageing king of Kamarpur, and his two rival queens, Navbahar and Dilbahar, and their rivalry when a fakir predicts that Navbahar will bear the king's heir.

Nail in the Boot Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

Banned in the Soviet Union for its "negative" content and never released, Kalatozov was forced to retreat from filmmaking for seven years because of this film.

Panther Woman of the Needle Trades, or The Lovely Life of Little Lisa Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

The photographer Ralph Steiner, who had been making abstract avant-garde films in the late 1920s, contributed his own parody of American economic life with PANTHER WOMAN OF THE NEEDLE TRADES, OR THE LOVELY LIFE OF LITTLE LISA (1931).

Summer by the Sea Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

A presentation of the benefits and charms of the Belgian coast.

Kaiserliebchen Trailer (1931)

12 January 1931

It Might Be Worse Trailer (1931)

03 January 1931

George convinces his friend John that suicide isn't the answer.

The Village Smitty Trailer (1931)

30 January 1931

When a cat's horse throws a shoe while pulling her carriage, she enlists in the help of a blacksmith in re-shoeing her horse.

Devi Devayani Trailer (1931)

02 January 1931

A mythological sound hit. A cosmic battle between gods and demons reaches stalemate when the sage Shukracharya (Adajania) instantly restores every fallen demon to life.

Forty Hearts Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

The new power stations are beating like hearts to the pulse of modernisation. At gigantic expense and effort, the Soviet Union is rapidly industrialised.

The Animal Fair Trailer (1931)

31 January 1931

An ordinary fair, but run by animals.

1914 Trailer (1931)

20 January 1931

The film focuses on the leadership of the Great Powers of Europe in the days leading up to the outbreak of the First World War.

George Jessel and His Russian Art Choir Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

Veteran vaudevillian regales the audience with highlights from his comedy travel monologue and introduces "His Modern Art Choir," A Russian group he met while traveling in the Soviet Union who sing a traditional Russian song and an American standard.

Inspiration Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

The film features the leading actress Greta Garbo as Yvonne, an artist's model. Other stars include Robert Montgomery, Lewis Stone, Marjorie Rambeau and Judith Vosselli.

Le petit café Trailer (1931)

20 January 1931

Yvonne, daughter of Philibert, a Paris café owner, is in love with dreamy, blundering Albert, a waiter, though he pays little attention to her.

La Terreur des Batignolles Trailer (1931)

01 January 1931

An expressionist comedy greatly influenced by German Expressionism set in a bohemian enclave of northern Paris, which Clouzot made shortly before he served as assistant director to Anatole Litvak and E.