All Quiet on the Western Front
“All Quiet on the Western Front” is a powerful and thought-provoking movie set during World War I. It follows a young German soldier and his comrades as they face the harsh realities of war, leading to a profound disillusionment and confusion about their purpose. With a talented cast including Louis Wolheim, Lew Ayres, and John Wray, this 1930 film offers a gripping portrayal of the horrors of war that will leave you deeply moved.
The Blue Angel
“The Blue Angel” is a captivating movie from 1930 that tells the story of a strict professor named Immanuel Rath. When he discovers his students admiring scandalous photos of cabaret performer Lola Lola, he decides to investigate by visiting a local club called The Blue Angel. However, his encounter with Lola leads him down a path of desire and obsession, ultimately leading him to leave his job and marry her. But as he soon realizes, being married to a seductive woman whose job is to entice men proves to be more challenging than he ever imagined. Starring Emil Jannings, Marlene Dietrich, and Kurt Gerron, this film is a fascinating exploration of love, lust, and the consequences of giving in to temptation.
“City Girl” is a heartwarming movie released in 1930 that tells the story of a young waitress from Chicago who falls in love with a man from rural Minnesota. Eager to start a better life, she marries him and moves to the farm, only to face unexpected challenges. With a talented cast including Charles Farrell and Mary Duncan, this film beautifully captures the struggles and triumphs of love and life in a rural setting.
“Night Owls” is a hilarious comedy from 1930 that follows the misadventures of policeman Edgar Kennedy. When faced with the threat of losing his job due to a series of burglaries, Kennedy enlists the help of two vagrants, Stan and Ollie, to stage a robbery at his chief’s house. However, their plan takes an unexpected turn, leading to a series of uproarious and unpredictable events. Starring the talented trio of Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, and Edgar Kennedy, this movie is sure to keep you entertained with its comedic twists and turns. Released on January 4, 1930, it’s definitely one of the best-voted movies of the year!
People on Sunday
“Hey, I just found this amazing gem from 1930 called ‘People on Sunday’! It’s a German silent film that was made by amateurs with a small budget, but don’t let that fool you. It’s a semi-documentary experimental movie that takes you on a journey through the bustling city of Berlin. Plus, it’s the first film from the famous screenwriters/directors Billy Wilder and Fred Zinnemann. You should definitely check it out!”
“Laughing Gravy” is a heartwarming comedy from 1930 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The film follows their hilarious attempts to keep their beloved pet dog, Laughing Gravy, hidden from their grumpy landlord, who strictly forbids pets. Released on November 1, 1930, this movie is a must-watch for fans of Laurel and Hardy’s timeless humor.
“Blotto” is a hilarious comedy from 1930 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The movie follows Stan as he tricks his wife into thinking he received an urgent telegram, just so he can sneak out with Ollie and enjoy some of her liquor at a club. However, things take a hilarious turn when his wife overhears their plans. With a talented cast and a release date of February 8, 1930, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year.
Another Fine Mess
“Another Fine Mess” is a hilarious comedy from 1930 that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year. Starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, the film follows two homeless vagabonds who find themselves pretending to be the owners of a vacant mansion when potential tenants show up. With a clever plot and a talented cast, this movie is sure to keep you entertained from start to finish.
“Animal Crackers” is a hilarious comedy released in 1930 that follows the adventures of Captain Spaulding, a renowned explorer, as he tries to solve a mysterious art theft. With the help of his silly secretary and the antics of Signor Ravelli and The Professor, played by the iconic Marx Brothers, this film is sure to keep you entertained with its witty humor and unforgettable characters. Get ready for a wild ride filled with laughter and chaos!
The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case
“The Laurel-Hardy Murder Case” is a hilarious comedy that takes place in 1930. Stan and Oliver, two friends who used to fish to survive, suddenly find themselves inheriting a large estate after Stan’s wealthy uncle Ebenezer passes away. However, their joy is short-lived when they discover that Ebenezer was actually murdered, and now everyone, including Stan, is a suspect. With a star-studded cast and a release date of August 8, 1930, this movie promises to keep you entertained with its witty humor and suspenseful plot.
“Westfront 1918” is a gripping war film set during the First World War. It follows a group of German infantrymen as they endure the harsh realities of life in the trenches in France. The movie delves into their struggles, both on the battlefield and at home, highlighting the devastating impact of war on their families. With a talented cast and a release date in 1930, this movie is definitely worth checking out for a powerful and authentic portrayal of wartime experiences.
“Brats” is a delightful comedy from 1930 starring the iconic duo, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The movie follows their attempts to enjoy a peaceful evening at home playing checkers, but their mischievous sons constantly disrupt their plans. Released on March 22, 1930, this film is a must-watch for anyone looking for a good laugh and a glimpse into the comedic genius of Laurel and Hardy.
“Hog Wild” is a hilarious comedy from 1930 starring the iconic duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. The story revolves around Ollie’s misadventures in trying to find his hat, much to the amusement of his wife and maid. Things take a comical turn when Ollie and Stan decide to install a rooftop radio antenna. With a stellar cast and a release date of May 31, 1930, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year.
“Earth” is a captivating movie released in 1930 that tells the story of Vasyl, a passionate member of the Komsomol, who, with the support of a local party organization, acquires a tractor to plow the private boundaries of wealthy landowners. However, his enthusiasm comes at a great cost. With a talented cast including Stepan Shkurat, Semen Svashenko, and Yuliya Solntseva, this film takes you on a journey through the challenges faced by Vasyl and the consequences of his actions. Released on April 8, 1930, “Earth” is a must-watch for anyone interested in the best movies of that year.
The Big House
“The Big House” is a gripping 1930 movie that follows the story of Kent Marlowe, who finds himself in prison after causing a fatal accident while driving under the influence. Inside the brutal confines of the prison, he encounters a group of dangerous inmates planning a daring escape. With a stellar cast including Chester Morris, Wallace Beery, and Robert Montgomery, this film promises intense drama and suspense. Released on June 14, 1930, it’s definitely one of the best movies of the year!
The Big Trail
“The Big Trail” is a thrilling adventure set in 1930, following the courageous scout Breck Coleman as he leads a wagon train through treacherous trails to Oregon. Along the way, he falls for the captivating pioneer Ruth Cameron and seeks revenge against the heartless scoundrels who murdered his friend. Starring John Wayne and Marguerite Churchill, this action-packed film promises to keep you on the edge of your seat with its captivating storyline and stellar performances.
“Below Zero” is a heartwarming comedy from 1930 that follows the misadventures of street musicians Stan and Ollie. Struggling to make ends meet in a rough neighborhood during winter, their luck takes a turn when Stan discovers a wallet. With a stellar cast including Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, this movie is sure to bring laughter and entertainment to your evening.
“Morocco” is a captivating movie set in 1930, where the Foreign Legion arrives in Mogador with their sights set on enjoying the city’s nightlife. When singer Amy Jolly arrives from Paris to perform at a cabaret, she catches the attention of a charming legionnaire named Tom Brown. As they navigate their complicated pasts, they embark on a casual relationship while being pursued by others. However, their love story takes a twist when Tom is called away on a dangerous mission. Will their connection survive the test of time? Starring Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietrich, this film promises a thrilling and romantic journey through the streets of Morocco.
“Hell’s Angels” is a thrilling war drama set during World War I. It follows the Rutledge brothers, Roy and Monte, as they leave their studies at Oxford University to join the Royal Flying Corps. Starring Ben Lyon, James Hall, Jean Harlow, and a talented ensemble cast, this movie takes you on a captivating journey through the skies and the challenges faced by these brave pilots. Released on November 15, 1930, it’s no wonder this film made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.
“Anna Christie” is a captivating 1930 film starring Greta Garbo, Charles Bickford, and Marie Dressler. The story revolves around an old sailor named Chris Christofferson who eagerly awaits the arrival of his daughter Anna, whom he sent away as a child. However, when Anna finally returns, it becomes apparent that her life has been filled with hardships. As she falls in love with a young sailor, she struggles with revealing her troubled past to him and her father. This heartfelt movie explores the complexities of relationships and the challenges of confronting one’s past.
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