Fisherman's Wharf (1939)/Rainbow On The River (1936)
First, in "Fisherman's Wharf," Bobby Breen stars as a boy adopted by a San Francisco-based seaman who decides to leave home when his pop's sister-in-law moves in with her annoying son. With Leo Carrillo, Henry Armetta; songs include "Blue Italian Waters" and "Sell Your Cares for a Song." Then, in "Rainbow On The River," Breen and May Robson star in a music-filled tale of a young orphan boy and the ex-slave caring for him in the post-Civil War South, until the child goes to live with a wealthy grandmother in New York. Charles Butterworth, Alan Mowbray co-star; includes the title song. AKA: "It Happened in New Orleans." 159 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English. Plays All Regions.
- Bernard Vorhaus
- Black & White
- Closed Captioned:
- Cast: Bobby Breen, Leo Carillo, Henry Armetta, Lee Patrick, Rosina Galli, Tommy Bupp, George Humbert, Leon Belasco, Slicker, the seal, Dorr's St. Luke's Choristers, Pua Lani, Leonard Kibrick, Ronald Paige
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- DVD Fullscreen