Song of the West (1930) Movie Details

Song of the West
English
John Boles , Vivienne Segal & more
Ray Enright
Glenn Rominger
Warner Bros.
(India)
1 hr 22 mins
7.4/10
Rating: 7.4/10 from 140 users

Song of the West Movie Cast

John Boles
as Captain Stanton
Vivienne Segal
Vivienne Segal as Virginia
Joe E. Brown
as Hasty
Marie Wells
as Lotta
Sam Hardy
as Davolo
Marion Byron
as Penny
Eddie Gribbon
as Sergeant Major
Edward Martindel
as Colonel
Rudolph Cameron
Rudolph Cameron as Lt. Singleton
Jack Kirk
as Cowboy Singer
LaVerne Rooney
LaVerne Rooney as Bit Part
Ann Sothern
as Bit Part

Song of the West Crew List

Cinematography : Devereaux Jennings
Editor : George Marks
Writer : Harvey F. Thew
Opera : Laurence Stallings
Sound Engineer : Glenn Rominger
Opera : Oscar Hammerstein II
Director :
Director of Photography : Devereaux Jennings

Song of the West International Release Dates

Country
Released Date
Country
Released Date
United States
15-03-1930
India
15-03-1930

Song of the West Film Songs

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Captain Stanton (John Boles), who because of a misunderstanding over a woman with Major Davolo, has been cited for a court martial. As a scout, he is sent to escort a wagon train which is under military escort. It turns out that this escort is his own former regiment. When he meet Davolo, there is another fight and between Stanton and Davolo in which Davolo is killed.

Song of the West

Song of the West is a 1930 English Film stars Devereaux Jennings , George Marks , Harvey F. Thew , Laurence Stallings , Glenn Rominger , Oscar Hammerstein II , Ray Enright , John Boles , Vivienne Segal , Joe E. Brown , Marie Wells , Sam Hardy , Marion Byron , Eddie Gribbon , Edward Martindel , Rudolph Cameron , Jack Kirk , LaVerne Rooney , Ann Sothern , Devereaux Jennings , directed by Ray Enright & music by Glenn Rominger.