Moonlight and Pretzels

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Moonlight and Pretzels
Moonlight-and-Pretzels-(1933).jpg
Directed by Karl Freund
Written by Monte Brice
Jay Gorney
Sig Herzig
Arthur L. Jarrett
Starring Leo Carrillo
Mary Brian
Roger Pryor
Herbert Rawlinson
Cinematography William Miller
Edited by Robert Snody
Distributed by Universal Studios
Release date
August 1, 1933 (1933-08-01)
Running time
83 minutes
Country English
Language United States

Moonlight and Pretzels is a 1933 American Pre-Code musical film directed by Karl Freund about a man who puts on a Broadway show. The film was released by Universal Studios, and featured Mary Brian and William Frawley, best known as "Fred Mertz" on I Love Lucy; Freund was a cinematographer for I Love Lucy.

Cast[edit]

  • Leo Carrillo as Nick Pappacropolis (credited as Leo Carillo)
  • Mary Brian as Sally Upton
  • Roger Pryor as George Dwight
  • Herbert Rawlinson as Sport Powell
  • Lillian Miles as Elsie Warren
  • Bobby Watson as Bertie
  • William Frawley as Mac
  • Jack Denny as himself (credited as Jack Denny and His Orchestra)
  • Frank Britton as himself (credited as Frank and Milt Britton and Band)
  • Milt Britton as himself (credited as Frank and Milt Britton and Band)
  • Alexander Gray as singer
  • Bernice Claire as singer
  • Eton Boys as themselves (Musical Vocal Ensemble)
  • John Hundley as Man in Bed
  • Doris Carson as Woman in Bed

Production[edit]

The film was not produced in Hollywood, but was filmed at the Astoria Studios in Astoria, Queens, New York City, primarily used by Paramount Pictures.

Lobby card for Moonlight and Pretzels

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