No, No, Nanette 1930

First National has learned a stupendous secret, and so has made a rip-roaring good picture out of this musical comedy. It has discovered that these girl-and-music things need laughs!

For all the beautiful Technicolor stuff the finest to date; for all the songs, dances and love interest, "Nanette" is notable for its loud, continuous haw-haws. Led by ZaSu Pitts, Lilyan Tashman, Lucien Littlefield and Bert Roach, the picture has howl after howl. Littlefield plays an amiable Bible-publisher who gets into all sorts of grief by harmlessly helping pretty girls and producing a musical comedy.

Alexander Gray and Bernice Claire do the loving and sing the songs. The little Claire girl is pretty, and sings like a birdie. Entertainment plus. All Talkie.

Photoplay March 1930

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No, No, Nanette
United States 1930

Directed by
Clarence G. Badger



Running time:98 minutes
Country:United States

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