Cavalcade 1933 Film | Frank Lloyd Best Picture Oscars Winner

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Cavalcade plot from IMDb: "A portrayal of the triumphs and tragedies of two English families, the upper-crust Marryots and the working-class Bridgeses, from 1899 to 1933."

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Directed by Frank Lloyd

Produced by Frank Lloyd, Winfield R. Sheehan

Screenplay by Reginald Berkeley, Sonya Levien (continuity)

Based on Cavalcade 1931 play by Noël Coward

Music by Peter Brunelli, Louis De Francesco, Arthur Lange, J. S. Zamecnik

Cinematography: Ernest Palmer

Edited by Margaret Clancey

Distributed by Fox Film Corporation

Release date: April 15, 1933

Running time: 112 minutes

Budget: $1,180,280

Box office: $1,004,000 (domestic rentals), $3.5 million (worldwide rentals)

Cast and Characters:

Diana Wynyard as Jane Marryot

Clive Brook as Robert Marryot

Una O'Connor as Ellen Bridges

Herbert Mundin as Alfred Bridges

Beryl Mercer as Cook

Irene Browne as Margaret Harris

Tempe Pigott as Mrs. Snapper

Merle Tottenham as Annie

Frank Lawton as Joe Marryot

Ursula Jeans as Fanny Bridges

Margaret Lindsay as Edith Harris

John Warburton as Edward Marryot

Billy Bevan as George Grainger

Ronnie James as Desmond Roberts

Dick Henderson, Jr. as Master Edward

Douglas Scott as Master Joey

Sheila MacGill as Young Edith

Bonita Granville as Young Fanny

Claude King as Speaker

Brandon Hurst as Actor (uncredited)

Will Stanton as Tommy Jolly (uncredited)

Cavalcade Soundtrack Songs:

"Girls of the C.I.V.", "Mirabelle", "Lover of My Dreams", and "Twentieth Century Blues", all by Noël Coward

"God Save the Queen"

"Auld Lang Syne" by Robert Burns

"Goodbye, Dolly Gray" by Will D. Cobb and Paul Barnes

"Soldiers of the Queen" by Leslie Stuart

"Land of Hope and Glory" by Edward Elgar

"A Bird in a Gilded Cage" by Arthur J. Lamb and Harry von Tilzer

"Emperor Waltz" by Johann Strauss II

"I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside" by John A. Glover-Kind

"Take Me Back to Yorkshire" by Harry Castling[4] and Fred Godfrey

"The Blue Danube" by Johann Strauss II

"Nearer, My God, to Thee" by Lowell Mason

"I'll Make a Man of You" by Arthur Wimperis and Herman Finck

"Your King and Country Want You" by Paul Rubens

"It's a Long Way to Tipperary" by Jack Judge and Harry Williams

"Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-Bag and Smile, Smile, Smile" by Felix Powell and George Asaf

"Keep The Home Fires Burning" by Ivor Novello and Lena Guilbert Ford

"Oh, You Beautiful Doll" by Nat Ayer and Seymour Brown

"Mademoiselle from Armentières (Hinky Dinky Parley Voo)" by Irwin Dash, Al Dubin, and Joe Mittenthal

"When Johnny Comes Marching Home" by Louis Lambert

"Over There" by George M. Cohan