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|Song of Love|
|Directed by||Erle C. Kenton|
|Produced by||Edward Small|
|Edited by||Gene Havlick|
Song of Love is a 1929 American Pre-Code musical film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Belle Baker and Ralph Graves. It was released by Columbia Pictures on November 13, 1929. The film was the film debut of Belle Baker. The film contained songs but was also issued in a silent version. Actress Eve Arden made her film debut in the film, appearing under her real name, Eunice Quedens.
The story of a show business family called the Gibsons. Ma Gibson (Baker) realizes their lifestyle is affecting their child and breaks up the act.
- Belle Baker as Anna Gibson
- Ralph Graves as Tom Gibson
- Eve Arden as Maisie LeRoy (credited as Eunice Quedens)
- Arthur Housman as Joe Sweeney, Acrobat
- Charles C. Wilson as Traveling Salesman (credited as Charles Wilson)
- Maurice Black as Tony Giuseppe (uncredited)
- Dannie Mac Grant as Little Boy (uncredited)
- Douglas Greer as Freckle-Faced Boy (uncredited)
- William Irving as Stage Manager (uncredited)
- Eddie Kane as Max Goldman (uncredited)
- Kane Richmond as Nightclub Patron (uncredited)
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