Movie Trailers - January 1930

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Popular trailers for movies released in January 1930

Total trailers found: 120

Under the Roofs of Paris Trailer (1930)

02 January 1930

Albert is smitten for Pola but ends up wrongly committed in jail, in the meantime her affections are sought after by his friend, and on his release both love and friendship must be tested.

Die neue Wohnung Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

A commissioned film for SWB – Schweizerischer Werkbund – Die neue Wohnung was produced for the Basel architectural and interior design exhibition (WOBA) to demonstrate innovative aspects of modern architecture and highlight their differences from the event’s highly conservative approach.

Beauty Prize Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

Lucienne, typist and gorgeous bathing beauty, decides to enter the 'Miss Europe' pageant sponsored by the French newspaper she works for.

Behind the Make-Up Trailer (1930)

10 January 1930

Gardoni, a down-on-his-luck vaudeville performer, is taken in by a fellow performer, a clown who has a bicycle riding act.

Tiembla y Titubea Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

This film was simultaneously produced in English and Spanish language versions. The English language version was Below Zero.

Noche De Duendes Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

Spanish version of The Laurel and Hardy Murder Case and Berth Marks.

The Bishop Murder Case Trailer (1930)

03 January 1930

The murders start with the body of Robin. He is found with a arrow through the heart, but Vance deduces that the body was placed and not found where he was killed.

General Crack Trailer (1930)

25 January 1930

The film takes place in the 18th century Austria and revolves around Prince Christian, commonly known as General Crack.

The Rampant Age Trailer (1930)

16 January 1930

Wealthy playboy Sandy Benton falls for pretty but decidedly less wealthy neighbor Doris Lawrence. She rebuffs his attentions, but scheming golddigger Estelle has her own plans for Sandy.

Summer Trailer (1930)

16 January 1930

In the logical sequel to Springtime, a new set of insects (mostly) dances to a new set of tunes, while doing summer activities.

The Kibitzer Trailer (1930)

11 January 1930

In this comedy, a Yiddish fellow cannot keep from kibitzing into other people's lives. Trouble ensues when he is mistakenly given a huge fortune in stocks that he can spend any way he pleases.

Study No. 6 Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

The first Studies were synchronized with records (Fischinger made a total of 13 Studies all without sound).

The White Devil Trailer (1930)

28 January 1930

Ivan Mozzhukhin ["Michel Strogoff" and "Casanova"] and Lil Dagover star in an adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's "Hajji Murad" [his own account as a soldier during the Russian-Caucasian War].

Second Choice Trailer (1930)

04 January 1930

Dolores Costello (as Vallery Grove) is in love with Chester Morris (as Don Warren) but her mother opposes the match because he is poor and has no social standing.

A Simple Case Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

As a response to criticism for the allegedly excessive “mass appeal” of his earlier epic STORM OVER ASIA (1928), Vsevolod Pudovkin unleashed his flair for experimentation in what was supposed to be the director’s first sound feature.

Pleasure Trips Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

The beach and the bathers, poses and gestures. A series of sketches and portraits, little touches that build up into a wry, affectionate portrait of a Sunday at the beach.

They Learned About Women Trailer (1930)

30 January 1930

When Jack and Jerry are not playing professional baseball with the Blue Sox, they are packing them in on the Vaudeville circuit.

The Head Guy Trailer (1930)

11 January 1930

Harry is made the temporary stationmaster in a small town.

The Rounder Trailer (1930)

18 January 1930

A drunkard climbs a ladder into a bedroom in the wrong house and gets romantically involved with the woman who lives there.

Throw of the Dice Trailer (1930)

04 January 1930

Two rival kings addicted to gambling, Ranjit and the evil Sohan, also vie for the same woman, Sunita.

It's a Bird Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

Charlie, working on a junkjard, always trying to help people in the most impossible ways with junk from his work place, hears from a German professor, that there is a bird, a Belgish Kongo, that eats metal.

Deep 'C' Melodies Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

Musical short.

Kalabaka (Die Geheimnisse des unbekannten Europas) Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

A reporter travelling in the Balkans is trying to gain a deeper understanding of the region, which is a melting pot of cultures, languages and religions.

Applause Trailer (1930)

04 January 1930

This early example of the "backstage" musical genre tells the story of Kitty Darling, a fading burlesque star who tries to save her convent-educated daughter April from following in Mom's footsteps.

Chilly Con Carmen Trailer (1930)

14 January 1930

Set in Spain, Oswald is featured as a guitarist who ends up in a bullring as a toreador.

Love Comes Along Trailer (1930)

05 January 1930

An American sailor comes to a seedy banana republic, and finds a fellow yank, a stranded girl, as a saloon singer.

Night Ride Trailer (1930)

12 January 1930

Just after newsman Rooker and Ruth Kearns are married he covers a double murder during a bank robbery.

Mr. and Mrs. Swordplay Trailer (1930)

21 January 1930

Silent comedic short by Mikio Naruse

The Pharmacy Trailer (1930)

02 January 1930

Directed by Franciszka and Stefan Themerson.

Peacock Alley Trailer (1930)

10 January 1930

Claire Tree is a singer/dancer who goes after what she wants in a straight-forward, no-nonsense manner, so when she finds herself in the New York City hotel-suite, in fashionable Peacock Alley, of Stoddard Channing, she wastes no time.

Lilies of the Field Trailer (1930)

05 January 1930

Silent screen sweetheart Corinne Griffith, who originally wanted to retire when talkies came in, proved the wisdom of her earlier decision when she starred in the clunky musical drama Lilies of the Field.

Tomatos Another Day Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

A spoof of the early talkies and their supposedly wooden line readings.

Revolte im Erziehungshaus Trailer (1930)

08 January 1930

Skulls and Sculls Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

Felix the Cat is walking along when he is abruptly blindfolded and subjected to an elaborate ordeal which turns out to be (as the title hints) a fraternal initiation.

In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree Trailer (1930)

15 January 1930

The clock and whistle above a factory door sound for lunch, and the workers run out. A bear tries to eat his sandwich, but it opens like a big mouth, when he opens.

Aimless Walk Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

This first true Czech avant-garde film turns away from a purely celebratory approach to the city. The camera follows a detached protagonist on his wanderings, as his highly subjective journey becomes a fragmented visualization of urban landscapes.

I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark Trailer (1930)

29 January 1930

A humanized dog comes from a bar and fights with his shadow in the dark just before a bouncing ball comes on and the singer warbles "I'm Afraid to Come Home in the Dark".

Ten Minute Mozart Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

Na Sybir Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

The story takes place in 1905 and shows us a glimpse of an earlier Russian occupied Poland. After the assignation of the Governor-General, the Russian authorities in Warsaw are bent on finding the conspirators.

Playing Around Trailer (1930)

19 January 1930

New York girl has a dull boyfriend and seems destined for a dull marriage when she meets a rich playboy who has money to burn and places to go.

Parade of the West Trailer (1930)

19 January 1930

Bud Rand, a cowboy who is charged with the care of Little Billy Rand, accepts an offer to appear with Copeland's Wild West Show to ride a horse called "Mankiller.

Shivering Shakespeare Trailer (1930)

25 January 1930

The gang is participating in a program sponsored by the Golden Age Dramatic League. They present their own fractured version of Quo Vadis.

Any Evening After Work Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

A man contracts a sexually transmitted disease, but is reluctant to seek medical help - until a no-nonsense lecture about the risks he is taking forces him to change his mind.

Experimental Treatment of a Hemorrhage in a Dog Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

Jean Painleve short about an experimental canine surgery.

Hellbound Train Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

If you listen to jazz, you will go to Hell, where the scorching fires of torment are mighty and endless.

The Introduction of Mrs. Gibbs Trailer (1930)

04 January 1930

Mrs. Gibbs is introduced to the mother of her daughter's fiance.

Study No. 5 Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

An abstract ballet set to "I've Never Seen a Smile Like Yours".

Bedelia Trailer (1930)

02 January 1930

In this one, someone is wooing the title character who is seen sleeping in bed with her bare feet showing on screen in near close-up.

The Bat Whispers Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

A master criminal terrorizes the occupants of an isolated country mansion.

Phantome des Glücks Trailer (1930)

02 January 1930

The Black Hand Gang Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

Wee Georgie Wood and his gang have their sights set on a notorious villain.

The Limejuice Mystery or Who Spat in Grandfather's Porridge Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

In this parody of Sherlock Holmes, the Great Detective goes to an opium den of inequity in the dangerous London district of London and challenges Tong assassins in order to rescue a woman.

Her Man Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

A Havana bar-girl with a tough ‘protector’ falls for a young sailor.

Night Owls Trailer (1930)

04 January 1930

After getting lambasted by the Police Chief for the 42 unsolved robberies committed on his watch, Officer Kennedy bamboozles vagrants Stanley and Oliver into a plan to recover his reputation, in exchange for not jailing them for sleeping on park benches.

Ol' King Cotton Trailer (1930)

01 January 1930

George is a shiftless father and husband, who lets his wife and old mother in law do all the work at his tumbledown farm, preferring to sleep under a tree.

The Voice of Hollywood No. 5 Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

This short was included on the recently released Harry Langdon: Lost and Found collection. This entertainment show features various Hollywood stars and this episode includes Langdon, Lola Lane, Harry Jolson, Lew Cody and Armida.

Beavers Trailer (1930)

30 January 1930

An early documentary short about beavers and their environment.

Rural Life in Maine Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

This 12-minute silent film was an amateur film, which seems to have been made just so people would know how hard the folks in Maine work.

The Village Festival Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

A Japanese equivalent of a Hollywood Screen Song.

April Maze Trailer (1930)

31 January 1930

Felix goes on a picnic.