A Preferred List

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Original title A Preferred List
Country of production United States
original language English
Publishing year 1933
length 20 minutes
Director Leigh Jason
script Thomas Lennon
Walter Weems
production Louis Brock
music Roy Webb
Max Steiner
cut Edward Mann

A Preferred List is a 1933 incurred and Louis Brock for RKO Pictures produced comedy - Short . The film is a so-called pre-code film that was produced before the Hays Code , the censorship and production guidelines for US films.



The film premiered on October 6, 1933 in the United States. Lead actor Ken Murray gained experience as an entertainer in vaudeville entertainment theaters at the beginning of the 20th century and later worked as a director, producer and screenwriter. His partner Dorothy Lee also had experience as an actress and singer in vaudeville and starred in just over thirty films between 1929 and 1941.


At the Academy Awards in 1934 , the film was nominated for the Oscar for best short film ( comedy ) , but was defeated by the comedy short film So This Is Harris, also produced by Louis Brock ! .

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