Rose-Marie

on February 01, 1936 by BOXOFFICE Staff
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   "Rose Marie" is truly a magnificent production from every angle and a worthy successor to "Naughty Marietta." It will make the team of Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald more popular than ever. [This] screen version of this popular operetta has been expertly directed, elaborately mounted and produced with an eye to pleasing both class and mass. Popular musical gems have been given [a] picturesque setting with the voices of the stars shining over all. "Rose Marie" and "Indian Love Call," favorite melodies of millions, [are] beautifully rendered.

SELLING ANGLES:
   Use Indian motif and totem poles for theatre front display. Herald the star combination in a rendition of melodies dear to music lovers. Put emphasis on the elaborate staging of the Totem Pole Dance and beautiful scenic background.

CATCHLINES:
   Your Favorite Songbirds in a Magnificent Production that will Thrill You Beyond Words!...A Song-Team and Story That Brings Joy to the Heart.

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