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La Fiesta de Santa Barbara(1935)

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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1935 Production Date: 
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Sound:  Production Co:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. .....Production Company, The Garland Sisters .....Themselves, The Three Gumm Sisters .....Themselves, The Spanish Troubadors .....Themselves, The Fanchonettes .....Themselves, Eduardo Durant's Fiesta Orchestra .....Themselves, Kirby and DeGage .....Themselves, Spanish Troubadours .....Themselves, Fanchonettes .....Dance Troupe, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. .....Distributor, Dude Ranch Wranglers .....Themselves
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  • Great but rather disturbing.

    yogiboo 2018-02-25

    Great because it's fun to see the stars and semi stars doing something different. Disturbing because of the Spanish/Mexican references that are all a... MORE>

  • Loved it

    Joe 2009-08-07

    Gary Cooper, Ida Lupino, Buster Keaton, Judy Garland, Andy Devine, Robert Taylor and so many others. Just great entertainment. Here is a bunch of big name... MORE>

  • La Fiesta de Santa Barbara (1935)

    Jay 2008-12-28

    Fascinating short film, wonderfully filmed in Technicolor. Great cameo appearances by movie stars of the time. Fine narration. Fun and entertaining.Notable... MORE>