Movie Trailers - February 1930

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Popular trailers for movies released in February 1930

Total trailers found: 68

People on Sunday Trailer (1930)

04 February 1930

A semi-documentary experimental 1930 German silent film created by amateurs with a small budget. With authentic scenes of the metropolis city of Berlin, it's the first film from the later famous screenwriters/directors Billy Wilder and Fred Zinnemann.

City Girl Trailer (1930)

16 February 1930

Lem goes to Chicago to sell the wheat his family has grown on their farm in Minnesota. There he meets the waitress Kate.

Elstree Calling Trailer (1930)

01 February 1930

A series of 19 musical and comedy "vaudeville" sketches presented in the form of a live broadcast hosted by Tommy Handley (as himself).

Autumn Trailer (1930)

15 February 1930

The season series of Silly Symphonies continues, with squirrels storing nuts and corn, crows stealing it, beavers building a dam, ducks migrating, and the like, as the first snows fall.

Blotto Trailer (1930)

08 February 1930

Stan fakes receiving a telegram so he can go to a club with Ollie and a bottle of his unsuspecting wife's liquor, but she overhears his plans.

Dangerous Paradise Trailer (1930)

13 February 1930

Heyst, a hermit on his own tropical island, plays unwilling host to red-headed stowaway Alma. Danger looms.

The Green Goddess Trailer (1930)

13 February 1930

An airplane carrying three Brits--Major Crespin, his wife Lucille, and Dr. Trahern--crash lands in the kingdom of Rukh.

Chasing Rainbows Trailer (1930)

22 February 1930

The road-show troupe of a top Broadway show go cross-country while taking the audience along on the on-stage scenes as well as what happens and is happening back stage of the production.

The Vagabond King Trailer (1930)

17 February 1930

The story takes place in medieval France. Poet-rogue Francois Villon, sentenced to hang by King Louis XI for writing derogatory verses about him, is offered a temporary reprieve.

Anna Christie Trailer (1930)

21 February 1930

Old sailor Chris Christofferson eagerly awaits the arrival of his grown daughter Anna, whom he sent at five years old to live with relatives in Minnesota.

Dames Ahoy Trailer (1930)

10 February 1930

Three sailors go searching for a girl who swindled one of them out of half his pay.

Mickey's Champs Trailer (1930)

02 February 1930

Mickey and the kids befriend a couple of tramps. But when the tramps are accused of stealing, Mickey and Hambone find themselves trying to expose who they think is the real crook: a doctor in a spooky house.

Minnie's Yoo Hoo Trailer (1930)

05 February 1930

In this sing-along trailer, Mickey sings "Minnie's Yoo Hoo" while the audiences sing along to the words on the screen.

High Toned Trailer (1930)

08 February 1930

A Afro-American comedy short about a man who returns to see his old girlfriend only to find out she's engaged to a black snob.

Mickey's Explorers Trailer (1930)

16 February 1930

A.K.A. "Mickey's Brigade". Mickey and the gang try to become explorers, "like Columbus and all them guys".

One Romantic Night Trailer (1930)

14 February 1930

A princess is forced to choose between a charming tutor and a rakish prince.

Men Without Women Trailer (1930)

08 February 1930

Navy divers clear the torpedo tube of a sunken submarine.

Slow Beau Trailer (1930)

27 February 1930

Columbia Krazy Kat cartoon released February 27, 1930.

Mechanical Principles Trailer (1930)

05 February 1930

Close up we see pistons move up and down or side to side. Pendulums sway, the small parts of machinery move.

Ich glaub' nie mehr an eine Frau Trailer (1930)

03 February 1930

Lord Byron of Broadway Trailer (1930)

28 February 1930

A tunesmith, a user and an out-and-out heel, puts the stories of his broken romances into song, turning old love letters into lyrics, and capitalizing on the death of his best friend to turn it into the subject of a tear-jerker that turns into a hit.

No, No, Nanette Trailer (1930)

16 February 1930

A bible publisher is falling in love with a chorus girl and finds himself backing a Broadway show.

Ladrones Trailer (1930)

07 February 1930

Alternate-language Spanish version of Night Owls (1930)

La bodega Trailer (1930)

25 February 1930

Wine Cellars itself is a Spanish-French co-production. He shot the film in the Paris studios and also in Spain, Andalusia and Seville.

Troopers Three Trailer (1930)

24 February 1930

Eddie Haskins, a wisecracking young man, teams up with two ham-acrobats known as 'Bugs & Sunny', and ,when they are all kicked out of a vaudeville theater in California, they enlist in the U.

The Real McCoy Trailer (1930)

01 February 1930

Charley poses as a hillbilly in his pursuit of a country girl.

Oceantics Trailer (1930)

06 February 1930

Oceantics starts with Felix walking while whistling. He sees a monkey playing a harmonica. After finishing, the monkey gets showered with coins.

Little Orphan Willie Trailer (1930)

07 February 1930

A mouse mother refuses to accept another baby mouse as her kid. The stork decides it's best to place it on Flip's doorstep.

The Case of Sergeant Grischa Trailer (1930)

23 February 1930

This film earned an Oscar nomination for Sound Recording. It is the only film nominated in this category that is among the lost.

Wide Open Trailer (1930)

01 February 1930

An eccentric, fluttery bachelor is dismayed to discover an undressed woman in his apartment. Comedy.

The Prisoner's Song Trailer (1930)

28 February 1930

An early Fleischer Screen Song, this time the bouncing ball follows Guy Massey's "The Prisoner's Son"

Girl of the Port Trailer (1930)

03 February 1930

Josie (Sally O'Neill), a New York showgirl with a mind of her own and a heart of gold, finds herself stranded on the island of Fiji.

Vengeance Trailer (1930)

22 February 1930

John Meadham, in charge of a West Africa trading post, wire the home office in London that he is tired and worn out, and they need to send a replacement to take over.

Be Yourself! Trailer (1930)

07 February 1930

Ethnic comedy of a nightclub entertainer trying to train a boxer.

Puddle Pranks Trailer (1930)

05 February 1930

Flip pulls up at his girlfriend's house in a cricket-drawn carriage. They play the harmonica and they ride along until they are attacked by a pelican.

Roadhouse Nights Trailer (1930)

23 February 1930

Based on the Hammett novel, this ultra-rare film—is nominally taken from the author's classic gang-war novel Red Harvest, which proved too brutal and cynical even for pre-Code Hollywood.

A Lady to Love Trailer (1930)

28 February 1930

Middle-aged Napa Valley grape-grower Tony posts a marriage proposal to San Francisco waitress Lena enclosing a photo of his handsome younger brother Buck.

Sangue Mineiro Trailer (1930)

05 February 1930

In the beginning of the Twentieth Century, in Belo Horizonte, the industrial Sampaio lives in a manor house with his stepdaughter Carmen, who has a sort of engagement with Roberto.

Sturm auf drei Herzen Trailer (1930)

12 February 1930

Burning Up Trailer (1930)

02 February 1930

Racecar-driver Lou Larrigan gets mixed up with a crooked gang of racetrack promoters, and is in love with Ruth Morgan, whose father is marked as a victim by the gang.

Radio Riot Trailer (1930)

12 February 1930

The phenomenon of radio is hot, and everyone is listening, including an overambitious goldfish, a lazy spider and three terrified mouse-children.

Der unsterbliche Lump Trailer (1930)

21 February 1930

Frauennot - Frauenglück Trailer (1930)

05 February 1930

This short film shows the contrast between the good conditions in which a rich woman makes a abortion and the miserable and dangerous condition in which a poor woman has to do an abortion.

Loose Ankles Trailer (1930)

02 February 1930

A young woman tries to scandalize her snotty family by romancing a gigolo. Director Ted Wilde's 1930 comedy stars Loretta Young, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

Cerný plamen Trailer (1930)

06 February 1930

Life and drama in a gypsy camp with the groups young lady falling in love with an outsider.

Forty Winks Trailer (1930)

05 February 1930

There's no real plot here: just a string of gags on the theme of sleep, or trying to get to sleep. First, Felix and a quartet of feline Felix clones are yowling while a man is trying to sleep; then Felix encounters various obstacles in his own attempts to tryst with Morpheus.

Not So Dumb Trailer (1930)

02 February 1930

Not-so-smart chatterbox Dulcy Parker does and says all the wrong things, but they right themselves to prove she's not so dumb after all.

Singing Saps Trailer (1930)

07 February 1930

In this Van Beuren cartoon a quartet of singers kidnap a girl and the mouse has to try and save the day.

The Wizard's Apprentice Trailer (1930)

07 February 1930

This one has it all, the apprentice, the multiplying brooms, the buckets of water, everything that the Fantasia sequence has.

The Fighting Parson Trailer (1930)

22 February 1930

Harry is mistaken for "The Fighting Parson" in a tough western town.

The Grand Parade Trailer (1930)

02 February 1930

No one suffered more magnificently in the early-talkie era than the inimitable Helen Twelvetrees. In Grand Parade, the actress is cast as Molly, the sweetheart of minstrel-show performer Jack Kelly (Fred Scott).

Im Schatten der Weltstadt Trailer (1930)

27 February 1930

Documentary about social division in Berlin.

J'ai quelques chose a vous dire Trailer (1930)

19 February 1930

She Couldn't Say No Trailer (1930)

15 February 1930

A night club singer falls for a gangster.

L'Enfant de l'Amour Trailer (1930)

03 February 1930

Hai-Tang. Der Weg zur Schande Trailer (1930)

26 February 1930

The Operation Trailer (1930)

17 February 1930

Patient Charlie McCarthy, running a fever, is tended by Doctor Edgar Bergen. Will a tonsillectomy cure him?

Liebeswalzer Trailer (1930)

07 February 1930

Officer O'Brien Trailer (1930)

16 February 1930

Bill O'Brien is promoted to lieutenant in the police department for his arrest of Mike Patello, gang leader and racketeer, for murder.

Alfama, a velha Lisboa Trailer (1930)

03 February 1930

The only cinematographic work of João de Almeida e Sá