Sunny [videorecording] / First National Pictures presents ; a William A. Seiter production ; screen adaptation by Humphrey Pearson & Henry McCarty.

Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video ; [s.l.] : Turner Entertainment Co., c2009.
Archive collection
WB Home Entertainment Group archive collection
1 videodisc (78 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945 -- Film adaptations.
Women entertainers -- Drama.
Ocean liners -- Drama.
Illegal aliens -- United States -- Drama.
English -- United States -- Drama.
Divorce -- Drama.
Musical films.
Comedy films.
Romantic comedy films.
Feature films.
Film adaptations.
In English.
System Details:
DVD, NTSC, Region 1; Dolby Digital mono.
"Sunny, a circus performer pledged by her father to marry an Englishman (Wendel-Wendel) she does not love, becomes a stowaway on an ocean liner to America, along with her father, Peters. Sunny is obliged to act as dancer and entertainer to pay her passage, while her father is put to swabbing decks. Aboard is Tom Warren, the man she loves; but he is engaged to Marcia Manners. In order to be near him and to enter the United States without a passport, she marries his best friend, Jim Deming, in name only, planning to divorce him soon after landing. Meanwhile Jim establishes a popular gymnasium resort but is put in a difficult position when his former fiancée, Weenie, and Wendell-Wendell arrive from England. When Marcia hears Sunny tell Tom that she knows he loves her, Marcia declares that their engagement will be announced at the hunt ball that very night. At the ball, Sunny announces her plans to return to England, but Tom proposes just as she is about to leave"--AFI catalog, 1921-1930.
Marilyn Miller, Lawrence Gray, Joe Donahue, O.P. Heggie, Mackenzie Ward, Inez Courtney, Barbara Bedford, Judith Vosselli, Clyde Cook, Harry Allen, William Davidson, Ben Hendricks, Jr.
Director of photography, Ernest Haller; editor, LeRoy Stone; music director, Erno Rapee; dance ensembles by Theodore Kosloff; songs: Sunny, Who?, D'ya love me?, Two little bluebirds, and I was alone, words by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II, music by Jerome Kern.
Videodisc release of the motion picture produced in 1930.
Based on the play Sunny / book and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Oscar Hammerstein II ; music by Jerome Kern, which opened in New York on September 22, 1925.
Aspect ratio 1.33:1 (4x3).
Seiter, William A., 1892-1964 , Director, Producer
Pearson, Humphrey. , Adapter, Screenwriter
McCarthy, Henry, d. 1954. , Adapter, Screenwriter
Miller, Marilyn, 1898-1936. , Actor
Gray, Lawrence, 1898-1970. , Actor
Heggie, O. P. (Otto Peters), 1876-1936. , Actor
Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945. , Composer
Harbach, Otto, 1873-1963 , Author
Hammerstein, Oscar. , Author
First National Pictures, Inc.. , Producer
Warner Home Video (Firm). , Distributor
Turner Entertainment Co.. , Distributor
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