1929 in film

See also: 1928 in film, other events of 1929, 1930 in film, list of 'years in film'.

Table of contents
1 Events
2 Top Grossing Films of the Year
3 Births
4 Deaths
5 Other Movies Released

Events

  • January 20 - The movie In Old Arizona was released. The film was the first full-length talking film to be filmed outdoors.
  • May 16 - The first Academy Awards, or Oscars, are distributed
  • Hallelujah, first Hollywood film to conatin an entire black cast.

Top Grossing Films of the Year

  1. The Broadway Melody
  2. The Mysterious Island, starring Lionel Barrymore

Births

Deaths

Other Movies Released


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