Junge Generation


The Younger Generation is a 1929 American part-talkie drama film directed by Frank Capra and starring Ricardo Cortez. It was produced by Jack Cohn for Columbia Pictures. It was Capra's first sound film. While mostly silent, the film has talking sequences, as well as a synchronized music score and sound effects. The screenplay was adapted from a 1927 Fannie Hurst play, It Is to Laugh.[1]

The child of Jewish immigrants, Morris Goldfish (Ricardo Cortez) finds success as an art dealer. He moves his family to Fifth Avenue and changes his name to Maurice Fish. There, he finds his family to be damaging to his social status. In the end he finds that there is more to life than money.[1][2]

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weitere Titel:
La nuova generazione
The Younger Generation en-ca en-gb pt-br ast cy
Loin du ghetto
Junge Generation
Herstellungsland:Vereinigte Staaten
IMDB: 319
Verleih:Columbia Pictures
Regie:Frank Capra
Drehbuch:Sonya Levien
Kamera:Ted Tetzlaff
Musik:Mischa Bakaleinikoff
Produzent:Harry Cohn
Darsteller:Ricardo Cortez
Jean Hersholt
Lina Basquette
Bernard Siegel
Jack Raymond
Joe Bordeaux
Julanne Johnston
Julia Swayne Gordon
Leon Janney
Clarence Burton
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