Melody Lane (1929 film)

Memory Lane is a 1929 black and white American musical film. It is an adaption to the play The Understander, written by Jo Swerling.[1][2]

Melody Lane
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Directed byRobert F. Hill
Written byJ.G. Hawks
Robert F. Hill
Tom Reed
Jo Swerling (Play)
Produced byCarl Laemmle
 ??Jr. Laemmle
StarringEddie Leonard
Josephine Dunn
Rose Coe
CinematographyJoseph Brotherton
Edited byDaniel Mandell
Distributed byUniversal Pictures
Release date
  • July 21, 1929 (1929-07-21)
Running time
76 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Budget$30,000

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SoundtrackEdit

Written by Eddie Leonard
Performed by Eddie Leonard
  • "THE SONG OF THE ISLANDS"
Written by Charles E. King
  • "Here I Am"
Words and Music by Eddie Leonard, Grace Stern, and Jack Stern
Copyright 1929 by Irving Berlin Inc.
  • "There's Sugar-Cane Around My Door"
Words and Music by Eddie Leonard, Grace Stern, and Jack Stern
Copyright 1929 by Irving Berlin Inc.
  • "The Bogey-Man Is Here"
Words and Music by Eddie Leonard, Grace Stern, and Jack Stern
Copyright 1929 by Irving Berlin Inc.
  • "Beautiful"
Words and Music by Eddie Leonard, Grace Stern, and Jack Stern
Copyright 1929 by Irving Berlin Inc.

StatusEdit

The Film is now incomplete, with a 16mm copy of the last reel of the sound version, an incomplete print of the silent version (5 of the 6 reels) is also in the Library of Congress. An incomplete soundtrack (reels 1,3,5,6,7 and 8 of 8) also survives in the hands of a private collector.

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