Bright Lights (1935) Movie Details

Bright Lights
Bright Lights
English
Busby Berkeley
Heinz Roemheld
Warner Bros.
(India)
1 hr 22 mins
8.0/10
Rating: 8.0/10 from 117 users

Bright Lights Movie Cast

Joe E. Brown
as Joe Wilson
Ann Dvorak
as Fay Wilson
Patricia Ellis
as Claire Whitmore
William Gargan
as Dan Wheeler
Joseph Cawthorn
as Oscar Schlemmer
Henry O'Neill
as J.C. Anderson
Arthur Treacher
as Wilbur
Gordon Westcott
as Wellington
Joseph Crehan
as Post Office Attendant
William Demarest
as Detective
Virginia Dabney
as Chorus Girl
Victoria Vinton
as Chorus Girl
Bill Elliott
as Backstage Actor

Bright Lights Crew List

Director :
Screenplay : Bert Kalmar , Harry Ruby
Adaptation : Ben Markson , Benny Rubin
Story : Lois Leeson
Producer : Michael Curtiz
Original Music Composer :
Director of Photography : Sidney Hickox
Editor : Bert L'Orle
Art Direction : Anton Grot
Costume Design : Orry-Kelly

Bright Lights International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
27-07-1935
India
27-07-1935

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Bright Lights

Bright Lights is a 1935 English Film stars Joe E. Brown , Busby Berkeley , Bert Kalmar , Harry Ruby , Ann Dvorak , Patricia Ellis , William Gargan , Joseph Cawthorn , Henry O'Neill , Arthur Treacher , Gordon Westcott , Joseph Crehan , William Demarest , Virginia Dabney , Victoria Vinton , Bill Elliott , Ben Markson , Benny Rubin , Lois Leeson , Michael Curtiz , Heinz Roemheld , Sidney Hickox , Bert L'Orle , Anton Grot , Orry-Kelly , directed by Busby Berkeley & music by Heinz Roemheld.