Sitting on the Moon

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Sitting on the Moon
Directed by Ralph Staub
Produced by Nat Levine (producer)
Albert E. Levoy (associate producer)
Written by Raymond L. Schrock (screenplay)
Rex Taylor (adaptation) &
Sidney Sutherland (adaptation)
Julian Field (original story)
Cinematography Ernest Miller
Edited by Ernest J. Nims
Distributed by Republic Pictures (US)
British Lion Films (UK)
Release date
September 11, 1936
Running time
53 minutes (USA edited version)
66 minutes (USA)
Country United States
Language English

Sitting on the Moon (1936) is an American musical film directed by Ralph Staub and released by Republic Pictures.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Roger Pryor - "Sitting on the Moon" (Written by Sidney D. Mitchell and Sam H. Stept)
  • Grace Bradley with orchestra - "Sitting on the Moon"
  • Roger Pryor - "Lost In My Dreams" (Written by Sidney D. Mitchell and Sam H. Stept)
  • Roger Pryor - "How Am I Doin' With You" (Written by Sidney D. Mitchell and Sam H. Stept)
  • Grace Bradley, with Roger Pryor on piano - "Who Am I?" (Written by Sidney D. Mitchell and Sam H. Stept)
  • Roger Pryor - "Theme from Tannhauser" (Performed as a rag) (Music by Richard Wagner)

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