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    Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) These Are Cats Not Elephants!

    Foreshadowing Andrew Lloyd Webber, dance director Francis (Frank McHugh) gets schooled by producer Chester (James Cagney) on the cat number, office helper Bea (Ruby Keeler) checking in, herself pursued by singer Scotty (Dick Powell), in Warner Bros.' Footlight Parade, 1933.

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Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) These Are...
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Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) These Are Cats Not Elephants!
Foreshadowing Andrew Lloyd Webber, dance director Francis (Frank McHugh) gets schooled by producer Chester (James Cagney) on the cat number, office helper Bea (Ruby Keeler) checking in, herself pursued by singer Scotty (Dick Powell), in Warner Bros.' Footlight Parade, 1933.>
Footlight Parade - (Original Trailer)

James Cagney sings and dances in Busby...
Footlight Parade - (Original Trailer)
"A producer fights labor problems, financiers and his greedy ex-wife to put on a show in Footlight Parade (1933) starring James Cagney.">
Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip)...
Emergency lead Bea (Ruby Keeler) in the cat-suit, the first...
Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Sittin' On A Backyard Fence
Emergency lead Bea (Ruby Keeler) rehearsing in the cat-suit, the first Busby Berkeley number, Billy Barty as the mouse, song by Sammy Fain and Irving Kahal, singer Scotty (Dick Powell) still pursuing the star, in Warner Bros.' Footlight Parade, 1933.>
Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Only...
Chester (James Cagney) and Harry (Gordon Westcott)...
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Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Only Talking Pictures Will Be Made
Chester (James Cagney) and Harry (Gordon Westcott) unimpressed by what they read on a Broadway marquee, until Gould (Guy Kibbee) and Frazer (Arthur Hohl) take them to see John Wayne in Warner Bros. Telegraph Trail, opening Warner Bros. Footlight Parade, 1933.>
Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Dust Off...
First scene for supreme Broadway theatrical girl-Friday Nan...
Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip)...
Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) Dust Off The Straitjacket
First scene for supreme Broadway theatrical girl-Friday Nan (Joan Blondell), dealing with everybody including thinker Hobart Cavanaugh, then her producer boss Chester (James Cagney) and office gal Bea (Ruby Keeler), in Warner Bros.' Footlight Parade, 1933.>
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Footlight Parade (1933)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Footlight Parade, 1933.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Footlight Parade...
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Footlight Parade (1933)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Footlight Parade, 1933. >
Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) By A...
Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler started this, with vocals from...
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Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) By A Waterfall
Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler started this, with vocals from the Sammy Fain-Irving Kahal tune, joining for the end of the Busby Berkeley aqua-musical number, producer James Cagney and adoring assistant Joan Blondell checking to see how it goes over, in Warner Bros.’ Footlight Parade, 1933. >
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Footlight Parade (1933) -- (Movie Clip) (She Ain't Your) Shanghai Lil
Terrific trick here as producer James Cagney gets in a scrap with his drunken incompetent leading man, Frank McHugh the stage manager, but the show must go on, with the first segment of the famous Harry Warren-Al Dubin song, near the finish, in Warner Bros.’ Footlight Parade, 1933. >
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