Rose-Marie (1936) - (Original Trailer)
An opera singer goes undercover in the Canadian wilderness to hunt for her criminal brother in Rose Marie (1936) starring Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy.
Rose-Marie (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Title Song
Perplexed but persistent Mountie Sergeant Bruce (Nelson Eddy) woos the mysterious Marie (Jeanette MacDonald) with the title song by Oscar Hammerstein II, Otto A. Harbach and Rudolf Frimi, in MGM's Rose-Marie, 1936.
Rose-Marie (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Here Come The Mounties
Evidently real footage, followed by a less than convincing process shot, still a rousing introduction of the leading man, Nelson Eddy as "Mountie" Sergeant Bruce, tune by Rudolf Frimi, Oscar Hammerstein II and Otto A. Harbach, in MGM's Rose-Marie, 1936.
Rose-Marie (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Romeo And Juliet
Opening in a fancy Montreal theater, Jeanette MacDonald as the star Marie de Flor, performing in the French opera Romeo et Juliette by Charles Gounod, Jules Barbier and Marcel Carre, big troubles coming in her personal life, in Rose-Marie, 1936 also starring Nelson Eddy.
Rose-Marie (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Indian Love Call
The romantic climax, with a couple of reels yet to come, Jeanette MacDonald as opera star Marie makes a last try to persuade mountie Bruce (Nelson Eddy) not to pursue the man he doesnt know is her brother, prompting the screen couples most famous song, in their second feature, Rose-Marie, 1936.
Rose-Marie (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Put Pep To It!
Opera star Marie (Jeanette MacDonald) on a mission west to rescue her brother, robbed of her money, turns to saloon singing, encouraged by pianist Joe (James Conlin), but bested by the local favorite (Gilda Gray), "mountie" Sergeant Bruce (Nelson Eddy) getting a look, in Rose-Marie, 1936.