Movie Trailers - January 1929

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Popular trailers for movies released in January 1929

Total trailers found: 103

Man with a Movie Camera Trailer (1929)

08 January 1929

A man travels around a city with a camera slung over his shoulder, documenting urban life with dazzling invention.

Pandora's Box Trailer (1929)

30 January 1929

The rise and inevitable fall of an amoral but naive young woman whose insouciant eroticism inspires lust and violence in those around her.

The Manxman Trailer (1929)

21 January 1929

A fisherman and a rising young lawyer, who grew up as brothers, fall in love with the same girl.

Liberty Trailer (1929)

26 January 1929

While changing clothes in a getaway car, escaped convicts Stan and Ollie mistakenly put on each other's pants.

Queen Kelly Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Prince Wolfram is the betrothed of mad Queen Regina V of Kronberg. Supreme ruler, her word is law and he is a playboy.

The New Babylon Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

In the early days of the industrial revolution, a young shop worker falls in love with a soldier befr

Fight of the Tertia Trailer (1929)

18 January 1929

no overview.

Synthetic Sin Trailer (1929)

06 January 1929

A young woman impulsively marries a young playwright who whisks her away to New York promises her a role in his next production.

Seven Footprints to Satan Trailer (1929)

27 January 1929

A young man of society wants to make an expedition to Africa, but his fiancée asks him for help about one of her fathers guests shortly before his planed departure.

The Bellamy Trial Trailer (1929)

23 January 1929

The Bellamy Trial is a 1929 American drama film directed by Monta Bell and written by Monta Bell and Joseph Farnham.

The Way of Lost Souls Trailer (1929)

20 January 1929

A lighthouse keeper's wife shelters her fugitive lover.

Going Ga-Ga Trailer (1929)

05 January 1929

Anita and Marion realize that an abandoned baby they sneaked into an orphanage was kidnapped from a millionaire.

The Forward Pass Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Edward F. Cline.

The Kiss Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

The Kiss is a 1929 drama film directed by Jacques Feyder and starring Greta Garbo, Conrad Nagel and Lew Ayres in his first feature film.

Harbour Drift Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A pre-Depression slice of proletarian life from Weimar Germany, Harbour Drift is unusually interesting for its indifferent pessimism, rejecting even the minor rays of hope which permeate the other low-life ‘street films’ of the period.

Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Original short that introduced Bosko, never released. Producer-directors Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising showed it to various studio executives as a pilot for the Bosko character.

The Dawning Sky Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A melodrama about an orphan and her mother who are separated and lose contact, but are later reunited.

Prohibition Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

United States, Black & White, Silent, Short Film.

House on the Volcano Trailer (1929)

11 January 1929

An old, boring technician remembers a cruelly suppressed strike of oil industry workers in Baku.

The Last Warning Trailer (1929)

06 January 1929

A producer decides to reopen a theater, that had been closed five years previously when one of the actors was murdered during a performance, by staging a production of the same play with the remaining members of the original cast.

Hearts in Dixie Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Nappus sends his grandson north for schooling to shelter him from their community.

Sound Test for Blackmail Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

The short sequence, photographed by Jack E Cox, has Hitchcock trying his best to embarrass the film's Czech lead Anny Ondra, who ends up giggling and turning her back to the camera.

The Phantom of the Opera Trailer (1929)

16 January 1929

The original 1925 silent film of the same name was re-released with sound in 1929, using Vitaphone / Western Electric sound disks that were played in theaters.

Yanky Clippers Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A puppy is forced into a barber shop run by Oswald the Rabbit. Oswald can't shave the dog's back at first, as the hair keeps growing back.

The Dance of the Paroxysms Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

This film tells the story of Galeswinthe, a young man who sought in vain for the Holy Grail and, on the way back to join his bride, is faced with the realm of the Sylphs and Queen Banschi that turn his journey to an authentic nightmare.

Brothers Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

“Brüder”, a film directed by Herr Werner Hochbaum ( who was a remarkable film director in the talkie 30’s ), was one of those films which showed the harsh daily life of the working class.

Don't Change Your Husband Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Xie Lijun, a young married woman, is bored by her husband Wang Qiping and attracted to Chen Mengtian, a superficially more appealing and apparently richer man.

Autumn Mists Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

An early impressionist short featuring a woman who dreams of, and escapes into, an autumn forest.

The Post Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A boy is sitting at a table, writing a letter for Boris Prutkov. The cartoon follows the journey of this letter from Rostov to Leningrad, where its addressee Prutkov has just left for Berlin; when the letter arrives in Berlin, Prutkov has just departed for London; as the letter arrives in London, Prutkov is already on a steamboat to Brazil; and once the letters is delivered by the postman Don Basilio, Prutkov is already on his way back to Leningrad – where the letter, having followed Prutkov around the world, finally reaches him.

Autour de l'argent Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A documentary about the making of L'argent, the epic silent film directed by Marcel L'Herbier. The film shows the details of many of the more complicated moving camera shots.

Tokyo March Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A classic melodramatic love tragedy addressing social inequality in feudal Japan, depicted in Kenji Mizoguchi's typical style.

The Faker Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Rita Martin, the partner of a phony spiritualist who uses information supplied by her to gull and astonish the rubes, gets work as private secretary to John Clayton, a wealthy man who has just disinherited his worthless son, Frank, and left his entire fortune to his upright stepson, Bob Williams.

Étude cinégraphique sur une arabesque Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

The film’s visual structure is principally composed of variations on the arabesque: arcs of light, water spouts, spider webs, burgeoning trees, flowers and foliage, a woman’s smile, arms stretching, an arm giving rhythm to a rocking chair.

My Bag o' Tricks Trailer (1929)

15 January 1929

A vaudeville act. Trixie Friganza performs first a story and then a song. For the story, she wears a wide-brimmed had and a matching diaphanous shawl.

Sole! Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Alessandro Blasetti.

The Young Lady from the Desert Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Ahmed Galal and Wadad Orfi.

Fast Freight Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Fast Freight is a 1929 Our Gang short silent comedy film. It was the 85th Our Gang short that was released.

Innocents of Paris Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Richard Wallace.

Drifters Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A silent film by John Grierson. It tells the story of Britain's North Sea herring fishery.

Springtime Saps Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Snub Pollard and Marvin Loback find comic situations as bums, night cops and seance attendees in this silent short.

The Lighthouse Keepers Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

In a lighthouse off the coast of Brittany, a young man slowly goes mad following a bite by a rabid dog while his father looks on helplessly.

Neiti nimismies Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Only Me Trailer (1929)

21 January 1929

A well-dressed but inebriated man decides to attend a variety show at the Palace Theatre. During the show, both he and the performers are continually harassed by a practical joke-loving boy who is sitting in a box seat near the stage.

Hunger in Waldenburg Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Documentary on mine workers

Ko-Ko's Conquest Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Ko-Ko the Clown thinks being a hero is easy, but his animator tries to prove him otherwise

Peau de pêche Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Jean Benoît-Lévy and Marie Epstein.

Die Geliebte seiner Hoheit Trailer (1929)

07 January 1929

Baji Prabhu Deshpande Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Baburao Painter.

Metropolitan Symphony Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Kenji Mizoguchi.

Election Day Trailer (1929)

12 January 1929

This film revolves around Election Day, a day on which Jay R. and Joe are fighting to get votes. They warn the kids that they'll be socked in the jaw if they don't vote for them, but the kids are just trying to go about their business, namely Farina.

Mysterious Eagle Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Directed by Abdul Rashid Kardar.

My Grandmother Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

The protagonist, a lazy pen-pusher, gets the sack for his bureaucratic idleness, and learns that the"

Indira B.A. Trailer (1929)

02 January 1929

Indian film released in 1929.

Snapping the Whip Trailer (1929)

19 January 1929

An obnoxious cat, wearing roller skates, leads Al Falfa on a merry chase. The frisky feline then puts skates on the unsuspecting farmer, propelling him right into a mean canine traffic cop.

Traffic Regulations Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

A speaker on a stage presents a report on the traffic conditions in the theater district of New York City, which he says have improved considerably.

Sa tête Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Jean Bonard, the only son of a widow, goes to visit his mother in the small village where she lives. However, in the early hours of the morning the police arrive to arrest him and take him to court charged with the murder of a banker.

The Flying Fleet Trailer (1929)

19 January 1929

Six friends are to graduate the next day from the United States Naval Academy. They all hope to become aviators.

Frozen Justice Trailer (1929)

01 January 1929

Drama set in Alaska

Clunked on the Corner Trailer (1929)

06 January 1929

Johnny Burke stumbles into a beautiful crook, played by Carmelita Geraghty, who used him to steal a pearl necklace.

Tanka The Bar Girl Trailer (1929)

15 January 1929

A little girl denounce her evil step-father who plotted against the communist movement. The film, under the influence of Russian formalism, has some interesting experimental compositions.