Sylvia Thalberg


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Untamed (1929) - Chant Of The Jungle Joan Crawford in her first scene in her first talking feature, as tropic-raised "Bingo," with a song by Nacio Herb Brown and Arthur Freed, and a provocative dance, in MGM's Untamed, 1929, also starring Robert Montgomery.
Montana Moon (1930) - You Naughty Girl! Headed west and home on the train her father (Lloyd Ingraham) owns, popular college gal Joan (Crawford) fends off Jeff (Ricardo Cortez) whom her sister Elizabeth (Dorothy Sebastian) has urged her not to steal away, trouble ensuing, early in MGM’s racy Montana Moon, 1930.
Montana Moon (1930) - Velvet And Cactus Having just spent a maybe-innocent night under the stars with cowboy Larry (John Mack Brown), who works for her land-baron father, sophisticated collegian Joan (Crawford) is surprised to find herself infatuated, with much innuendo, in MGM’s Montana Moon, 1930.
Montana Moon (1930) - Notions Of Decency At a party celebrating their recent wedding, socialite Joan (Crawford) is tipsy and growing annoyed that her working-class cowboy husband Larry (John Mack Brown) is acting provincial, so she tangos with her disreputable one-time suitor Jeff (Ricardo Cortez), in Montana Moon, 1930.
Montana Moon (1930) - I'll Be Hornswoggled Headed west and home on the train her father (Lloyd Ingraham) owns, popular college gal Joan (Crawford) fends off Jeff (Ricardo Cortez) whom her sister Elizabeth (Dorothy Sebastian) has urged her not to steal away, trouble ensuing, early in MGM’s racy Montana Moon, 1930.
Now And Forever (1934) - You Just Won't Listen Ostensibly reformed con man Jerry (Gary Cooper), now selling real estate on the French Riviera, acting on instructions from wife Toni (Carole Lombard), picks up daughter Penny (Shirley Temple), visiting with Mrs. Crane (Charlotte Granville), who doesn’t know she’s his next mark, in Now And Forever, 1934.
Untamed (1929) - A Lady On This Boat Playboy Andy (Robert Montgomery) warbling a tune by Louis Alter and Joe Goodwin when "Bingo" (Joan Crawford), raised in the tropics making her first trip to New York, expresses her interest, her possessive uncle (Ernest Torrence) alarmed, in MGM's Untamed, 1929.

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