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  1. The Broadway Melody, also known as The Broadway Melody of 1929, is a 1929 American pre-Code musical film and the first sound film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture. It was one of the first musicals to feature a Technicolor sequence, which sparked the trend of color being used in a flurry of musicals that would hit the screens in 1929–1930. [4]

  2. Broadway Melody of 1938 is a 1937 American musical film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and directed by Roy Del Ruth.The film is essentially a backstage musical revue, featuring high-budget sets and cinematography in the MGM musical tradition.

  3. The films were unconnected except for the use of the song "Broadway Melody" (the 1940 entry did not feature the number, although a bit of it can be heard over the film's opening credits), and the fact that Powell starred in the 1936, 1938 and 1940 entries, playing different roles in each.

  4. Broadway Melody of 1938: Directed by Roy Del Ruth. With Robert Taylor, Eleanor Powell, George Murphy, Binnie Barnes. Steve Raleigh wants to produce a show on Broadway.

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  6. Born to Dance: Directed by Roy Del Ruth. With Eleanor Powell, James Stewart, Virginia Bruce, Una Merkel. On leave, a sailor falls in love with a young lady aspiring to become a Broadway dancer, but their relationship is jeopardized by an established Broadway star, who is also enamored by him.

  7. 19/07/2022 · Olive Lamoy was a petite 25-year-old blonde in 1936, much prettier than the rather matronly woman mugging next to Floyd Buckley. Olive Pamela Lamoy (1911-1971) was a native of Hartford, Connecticut. By the age of twenty she had been in the chorus of several off-Broadway productions and played ingenue roles for stock theatre companies in Worcester, Mass., and Youngstown, Ohio.