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Basic facts

Original title The Cocoanuts
Film type Feature
Category Fiction
Director
Producer
Screenplay
Original work
Production country
Production company
Classification Allowed for all
Dialogue
Swedish release 1930-05-24

Cast

Zeppo Marx
Jamison, hotellportier

Groucho Marx
Mr. Hammer, hotelldirektör

Chico Marx
Chico

Harpo Marx
Harpo

Oscar Shaw
Bob Adams, hotelltjänsteman

Mary Eaton
Polly Potter

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Titles

Original title
Swedish release title
Title for Swedish TV release
Title for Swedish Video release

Crew

Director
Screenplay
Producer
Director of Photography
Music
Choreography
Film Editor
Adaptation
Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Camera Operator
Musical Director
Presented by

Cast

Zeppo Marx Jamison, hotellportier
Groucho Marx Mr. Hammer, hotelldirektör
Chico Marx Chico
Harpo Marx Harpo
Oscar Shaw Bob Adams, hotelltjänsteman
Mary Eaton Polly Potter
Cyril Ring Harvey Yates
Kay Francis Penelope Martyn
Margaret Dumont Mrs. Potter, Pollys mamma
Basil Ruysdael Hennessy, detektiv
Sylvan Lee chef för hotellbetjäningen
The Gamby-Hale Ballet Girls hotellflickor
The Allan K. Foster Girls hotellflickor
Barton MacLane badande

Companies

Production Company Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation
Copyright Paramount Famous Lasky Corporation 1929-08-02 LP576
Distributor in Sweden (35 mm) Film AB Paramount 1930
Distributor in Sweden (Video) Filmförlaget Atlantic AB 1995
Distributor in Sweden (buy video) Filmförlaget Atlantic AB 1995
Distributor in Sweden (DVD) Universal Pictures Nordic AB 2005

Swedish censorship / rating

Censorship number 44493
Date 1930-03
Classification Allowed for all
Original length 1983 meters
Notes Speltid: 72 minuter.


Technical specifications

Aspect ratio 1.19:1
Sound system Western Electric Recording
Width 35 mm
Frames per second 24
Length in metres 2625 meter
Length in minutes 96 min
Reels 10 rullar


Original work

Original title Cocoanuts (Play)
Author George S. Kaufman
Morrie Ryskind (ej krediterad)
Lyrics Irving Berlin
Composer Irving Berlin


Production location

1929-01
Kaufman Astoria Studios, 3412 36th Street, Astoria, Queens New York USA

Release dates

Release in Sweden 1930-05-24 Astoria Stockholm Sweden 72 min
Video release 1995-10 Sweden 93 min
TV showing 1964-08-09 TV Sweden
DVD release 2005-04-06 Sweden
First showing 1929-05-03 New York City, New York USA

Soundtrack listing

Original title When My Dreams Come True
Composer Irving Berlin (1929)
Lyrics Irving Berlin (1929)
Singer Oscar Shaw
Mary Eaton


Original title I Lost My Shirt
Composer Georges Bizet ("Toreadorarian" ur operan "Carmen")
Lyrics Irving Berlin (1929)
Singer Basil Ruysdael
kör


Original title Florida by the Sea
Composer Irving Berlin (1925)
Lyrics Irving Berlin (1925)
Singer kör
Dancer The Gamby-Hale Ballet Girls
The Allan K. Foster Girls


Original title Monkey-Doodle-Doo
Composer Irving Berlin (1925)
Lyrics Irving Berlin (1925)
Singer Mary Eaton
Dancer The Gamby-Hale Ballet Girls


Original title The Bell-Hops
Composer Irving Berlin (1929)
Lyrics Irving Berlin (1929)
Dancer The Gamby-Hale Ballet Girls


Original title Ballet Music
Composer Frank Tours
Dancer The Gamby-Hale Ballet Girls


Original title Anvil chorus/Vedi! le fosche notturne spoglie. Ur Il trovatore
Composer Giuseppe Verdi (1853)
Lyrics Carl Vilhelm August Strandberg (svensk text 1860)
Salvadore Cammarano (italiensk text 1853)


Original title The Yankee Doodle Boy
Composer George M. Cohan (1904)
Lyrics George M. Cohan (1904)


Holdings Posters

Size Less than 850 x 400


Size Between 850 x 700 and 850 x 1100


Holdings Stills

Black and white print 12
Album No


Holdings Promotion materials

Type Program/Promotion material


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