Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Background 5 Soundtrack 6 Reception 7 Academy Awards 8 Adaptations to other media 9 Remakes 10 Ownership and copyright status 11 Home media 12 See also 13 References 14 External links


Plot[edit] Janet Gaynor in A Star Is Born (1937) North Dakota farmgirl Esther Victoria Blodgett (Janet Gaynor) yearns to become a Hollywood actress. Although her aunt and father discourage such thoughts, Esther's grandmother (May Robson) gives her her savings to follow her dream. Esther goes to Hollywood and tries to land a job as an extra, but so many others have had the same idea that the casting agency has stopped accepting applications. Esther is told that her chances of becoming a star are one in 100,000. She befriends a new resident at her boarding house, assistant director Danny McGuire (Andy Devine), himself out of work. When Danny and Esther go to a concert to celebrate Danny's employment, Esther has her first encounter with Norman Maine (Fredric March), an actor she admires greatly. Norman has been a major star for years, but his alcoholism has sent his career into a downward spiral. Danny gets Esther a one-time waitressing job at a fancy Hollywood party. While serving hors d’œuvre, she catches Norman's eye. He gets his longtime producer and good friend, Oliver Niles (Adolphe Menjou), to give her a screen test. Impressed, Oliver gives her a new name ("Vicki Lester") and a contract. She practices her few lines for her first tiny role. When the studio has trouble finding a female lead for Norman's current film, entitled The Enchanted Hour, Norman persuades Oliver to cast Esther. The film makes her an overnight success, even as viewers continue to lose interest in Norman. Norman proposes to Vicki; she accepts when he promises to give up drinking. They elope without publicity, much to press agent Matt Libby's (Lionel Stander) disgust, and enjoy a trailer-camping honeymoon in the mountains. When they return, Vicki's popularity continues to skyrocket, while Norman realizes his own career is over, despite Oliver's attempts to help him. Norman stays sober for a while, but his frustration over his situation finally pushes him over the edge. He starts drinking again. When Vicki wins the industry's top award (the Academy Award for Best Actress), he interrupts her acceptance speech by drunkenly demanding three awards for the worst acting of the year. A stay at a sanatorium seems to cure Norman's increasingly disruptive alcoholism, but a chance encounter with Libby gives the press agent an opportunity to vent his long-concealed contempt and dislike for Norman. Norman goes on a four-day drinking binge and winds up arrested for drunk driving. In court, the judge sentences him to 90 days of incarceration, but Esther pleads with the judge to put Norman under her care. The judge, who is impressed with Vicki's acting success, suspends Norman's sentence and puts Norman's custody into Vicki's hands. Vicki decides to give up her career in order to devote herself to his rehabilitation. After Norman overhears her discussing her plan with Oliver, he drowns himself in the Pacific Ocean. Shattered, Vicki decides to quit and go home. Soon afterward, her grandmother shows up once she hears Vicki is quitting. Her grandmother tells her of a letter Norman sent her when they got married. The letter stated how proud he was of Vicki, and how much he loved her. Because of her grandmother's words, and the reminder of Norman's deep love, Vicki is convinced to stay in show business. At the premiere of her next film at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, when Vicki is asked to say a few words into the microphone to her many fans listening across the world, she announces, "Hello everybody. This is Mrs. Norman Maine." March and Gaynor


Cast[edit] Janet Gaynor as Esther Blodgett/Vicki Lester       Fredric March as Norman Maine Adolphe Menjou as Oliver Niles May Robson as Grandmother Lettie Andy Devine as Daniel "Danny" McGuire Lionel Stander as Matt Libby Owen Moore as Casey Burke Peggy Wood as Miss Phillips Elizabeth Jenns as Anita Regis Edgar Kennedy as Pop Randall J. C. Nugent as Mr. Blodgett Guinn "Big Boy" Williams as posture coach Clara Blandick as Aunt Mattie (uncredited) Lillian Harmer as wardrobe woman (uncredited) Carole Landis as girl in beret at Santa Anita bar (uncredited) George Chandler as Delivery Man (uncredited)


Production[edit] A Star Is Born was filmed from October to December 1936 with an estimated budget of $1,173,639,[3] and premiered in Los Angeles, California, on April 20, 1937, at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.[4][5] The film's New York premiere took place two days later at Radio City Music Hall.[6] It is not known how much Dorothy Parker contributed to the finished script. When she first saw the film, Parker was proud of her contribution and boasted about both the script and the film, but in later life she believed that she had contributed nothing of significance.[7] Early in their careers, Budd Schulberg (then a script reader for David O. Selznick) and Ring Lardner, Jr. (who was working in Selznick's publicity department) were assigned to write some additional dialogue for the film, a collaboration which produced Janet Gaynor's (and the film's) final words: "This is Mrs. Norman Maine." The line was used again in the 1954 Warner Bros. musical remake starring Judy Garland and James Mason.[8] George Cukor, who directed the remake, suggested adding the scene in the 1937 film where Menjou offers the fading star a supporting role. Adolphe Menjou and ... ...Andy Devine from the film's trailer


Background[edit] Some film historians believe that the marriage of Barbara Stanwyck and Frank Fay was the film's real-life inspiration. John Bowers has also been identified as inspiration for the Norman Maine character and the dramatic suicide-by-drowning scene near the end of the film (Bowers drowned in November 1936). The film contains several inside jokes, including Gaynor's brief imitations of Greta Garbo, Katharine Hepburn, and Mae West; the "Crawford Smear", referring to Joan Crawford's lipstick; and the revelation that the glamorous Norman Maine's real last name is Hinkle. (Hinkle was the real last name of silent film star Agnes Ayres, and not far removed from Fredric March's real last name, Bickel.) This film also has some similarity to the earlier film What Price Hollywood? (1932), released by RKO Radio Pictures. The 1932 film's original title was The Truth About Hollywood based on a story by Adela Rogers St. Johns. St. Johns loosely based her plot on the experiences of actress Colleen Moore and her husband, alcoholic producer John McCormick (1893–1961), and the life and death of director Tom Forman, who committed suicide following a nervous breakdown.[9] Four years after What Price Hollywood? was released, Selznick approached George Cukor and asked him to direct A Star Is Born. Cukor felt the plot was too similar to What Price Hollywood? so he declined. RKO executives considered filing a plagiarism suit against Selznick International Pictures because of the similarities in the story, but eventually chose not to take legal action. Cukor later directed the 1954 musical remake starring Judy Garland.[10][11] A common Hollywood myth about the film is that Lana Turner appeared as an extra in one of the scenes in the film. Turner often denied the myth over the years, mentioning that she was discovered several months after the picture had finished production. March in the trailer


Soundtrack[edit] "A Star is Born", sung by Buddy Clark with the orchestra of Eddy Duchin. The lyrics were written by Dorothy Dick to the music of Max Steiner.


Reception[edit] Contemporary reviews were very positive. Frank S. Nugent of The New York Times called the film "one of the year's best shows" as well as "good entertainment by any standards, including the artistic, and convincing proof that Hollywood need not travel to Ruritania for its plots; there is drama aplenty in its own backyard."[12] Variety raved: "A smash which unquestionably will rate among the half dozen best of the season ... While the story is somewhat reminiscent of other behind-the-scene yarns, the manner of its telling makes it convincing and distinguished."[13] Harrison's Reports called it "a powerful human interest drama" and "great entertainment."[14] Film Daily said it was "superbly done in all departments,"[15] and John Mosher of The New Yorker called it "a pleasant movie" with "many nice touches."[16] By the end of 1939 the film had earned a profit of $181,000.[2]


Academy Awards[edit] At the 10th Academy Awards, A Star is Born was nominated in seven categories, winning in one.[17] Wellman won the award for original story, the only Oscar he was to win during his career.[18] W. Howard Greene received an honorary Academy Award for the film's color photography; this award was recommended by a committee of leading cinematographers after viewing all the color pictures made during the year.[19] Wins Best Writing (Original Story): William Wellman, Robert Carson Special Award: W. Howard Greene Nominations Outstanding Production: Selznick International Pictures; the first color film to be nominated for best picture. Best Directing: William Wellman Best Actor: Fredric March Best Actress: Janet Gaynor Best Assistant Director: Eric Stacey Best Writing (Screenplay): Dorothy Parker, Alan Campbell, Robert Carson


Adaptations to other media[edit] At the time of the release of the film, a 15-minute transcription – a pre-recorded radio show issued on 16-inch disc – promoting the film's release was made. The narrated promotional radio show included sound clips from the film. The show was recorded and released through the World Broadcasting System, with disc matrix number H-1636-2. The film was adapted as a radio play on the September 13, 1937, episode of Lux Radio Theater with Robert Montgomery and Janet Gaynor, the November 17, 1940, episode of The Screen Guild Theater starring Loretta Young and Burgess Meredith, the December 28, 1942, episode of Lux Radio Theater with Judy Garland and Walter Pidgeon, the June 29, 1946, episode of Academy Award Theater, starring Fredric March,[20] the May 23, 1948, episode of the Ford Theatre and the June 16, 1950, episode of Screen Director's Playhouse starring Fredric March.


Remakes[edit] A Star Is Born has been remade three times, in 1954 with Judy Garland and James Mason, in 1976 with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson, and in 2018 with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Production on the 2018 version began in 2017, with the film slated to be released on May 18, 2018.[citation needed] Play media The entire film


Ownership and copyright status[edit] See also: List of films in the public domain in the United States Selznick International Pictures sold the film's copyright including film, story, screenplay, and score to Warner Bros. in 1954. Warner that year issued the first remake.[21] In 1965, the film entered the public domain in the United States due to Warner's failure to renew its copyright registration in the 28th year after publication.[22][23] The original 35mm master elements remain with Warner Bros.


Home media[edit] The film was released on Blu-ray in the US by Kino Lorber Inc. on February 2012, featuring an authorized edition from the estate of David O. Selznick from the collection of George Eastman House.


See also[edit] List of films with a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, a film review aggregator website


References[edit] ^ Hanson, Patricia King, ed. (1993). The American Film Institute Catalog of Motion Pictures Produced in the United States: Feature Films, 1931-1940. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press. pp. 2368–2369. ISBN 0-520-07908-6.  ^ a b c Thomson, David (1993). Showman: The Life of David O. Selznick. Abacus. p. 245. ISBN 978-0-349-10523-9.  ^ Brown, Gene (1995). Movie Time: A Chronology of Hollywood and the Movie Industry from its Beginnings to the Present. New York: MacMillan. p. 135. ISBN 0-02-860429-6.  ^ "1937". GraumansChinese.org. Retrieved September 6, 2015.  ^ "'Courageous' Set For Two-A-Day on Coast". Variety. New York: Variety, Inc.: 21 April 7, 1937.  ^ "The Broadway Parade". Film Daily. New York: Wid's Films and Film Folk, Inc.: 2 April 19, 1937.  ^ Meade, Marion (1989). Dorothy Parker: What Fresh Hell Is This?. Penguin Publishing Group. p. 259. ISBN 978-1-101-46219-5.  ^ McGilligan, Patrick (1997). "Ring Lardner, Jr.: American Skeptic". Backstory 3: Interviews with Screenwriters of the 60s. Berkeley: University of California Press. Retrieved September 4, 2015 – via California Digital Library.  ^ "What Price Hollywood?". TV Guide. Retrieved September 4, 2015.  ^ McGilligan, Patrick (1991). George Cukor: A Double Life. New York: St. Martin's Press. ISBN 0-312-05419-X.  ^ Levy, Emanuel (1994). George Cukor: Master of Elegance. New York: William Morrow & Company. ISBN 0-688-11246-3.  ^ Nugent, Frank S. (April 23, 1937). "Movie Review - A Star is Born". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Retrieved September 6, 2015.  ^ "Film reviews". Variety. New York: Variety, Inc.: 15 April 28, 1937.  ^ "A Star Is Born". Harrison's Reports. New York: Harrison's Reports, Inc.: 71 May 1, 1937.  ^ "Reviews". Film Daily. New York: Wid's Films and Film Folk, Inc.: 7 April 23, 1937.  ^ Mosher, John (May 1, 1937). "The Current Cinema". The New Yorker. New York: F-R Publishing Corp.: 81.  ^ "The 10th Academy Awards (1937) Nominees and Winners". Academy of Motion Picture Arts an Sciences (oscars.org). Retrieved February 18, 2014.  ^ Booker, Keith M. (2011). Historical Dictionary of American Cinema. Scarecrow Press. p. 410. ISBN 978-0-8108-7459-6.  ^ Franks, Don (2004). Entertainment Awards: A Music, Cinema, Theatre and Broadcasting Guide, 1928 through 2003 (3rd ed.). McFarland. p. 214. ISBN 978-1-4766-0806-8.  ^ "Those Were The Days". Nostalgia Digest. 41 (3): 32–39. Summer 2015.  ^ Hayes, David (ed.). "Classic Film Museum, Inc. vs Warner Bros. Inc". Citations and Case Summaries. Copyright Registration and Renewal Information Chart and Web Site (copyrightdata.com). Retrieved May 24, 2012.  ^ Fishman, Stephen (2014). The Public Domain: How to Find & Use Copyright-Free Writings, Music, Art & More. Nolo. p. 176. ISBN 978-1-4133-2028-2.  ^ Pierce, David (June 2007). "Forgotten Faces: Why Some of Our Cinema Heritage Is Part of the Public Domain". Film History: An International Journal. 19 (2): 125–43. doi:10.2979/FIL.2007.19.2.125. ISSN 0892-2160. JSTOR 25165419. OCLC 15122313. 


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