A couple popular movies for kids were "Snow White" and "The Wizard of Oz"
Movies with sound became popular during the 1930s
They were all relatively cheap forms of entertainment,
"It Happened One Night" (1934) "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1938) "Gone with the Wind" (1939)
The ''The wizard of Oz'' was a popular movie. It was the first movie with color. Also the sond in the movie ''Over the rainbow'' be came very popular.
Silent film was popular from around the turn of the 20th century until around the 1930s. The first movies with sound started coming out in the mid-to-late 1920s. Silent films were popular because movies with sound hadn't been invented yet. Silent films were the first movies ever; the "moving pictures" were a brand-new invention. Since people hadn't yet experienced movies with sound, let alone color and special effects of any kind, silent movies were very… Read More
Berets were very popular with women in the 1930s. Now, finish the homework with out this website. :)
The Wizard of Oz and King Kong
The Scream Movies and The Final Destination Movies.
There really hasn't been a time when horror movies weren't popular. Audiences have had a taste for the macabre since the invention of film. The first horror films were around in the 1890s although the term 'horror' wasn't used until the 1930s.
Yes. The Harry Potter movies are some of the most popular movies around.
Monopoly, went to movies, and plays
There are many popular kids DVD movies. Some examples of kids DVD movies that are popular include any Disney movie, any Pixar movie, and several super hero movies such as "Spider Man".
because it was!
What people did for fun in the 1930s was go to movies to escape the dust bowl, listened to swing music, and listened to radio shows.
In the 1930s most movies were silent, and were in a low quality black and white film set. Not only that but in the 1930s many more feature films were released yearly comparatively to now, with an average of around 800 movies a year in the 30s to having less than 500 today.
Maybe if there were movies about Andy Grittfht that may be it.
Sailing had a big vogue during the time, as did popular musicians.
It cost close to $2 million to make movies in the 1930s. The top grossing movie in the 1930s was "Gone With the Wind" which cost just over $4 million to make.?æ
There are many Greek movies. The most popular Greek movies are "The Germans Strike Again", "The Drunkard", "Santa Chikita", "The Magic City" and "Bitter Bread."
The Lindy Hop and Swing.
country, blues, jazz
The strong emphasis on photojournalism made it popular.
Coca cola and Pepsi were both very popular drinks of the 30s.
Americans went to theaters to watch movies
Erector, Lincoln logs, marbles
King Kong was one of them
the best movies in the 1970s are Anne hall, American graffiti
swing was the most popular dance in the 1930's and 1940's.
Basketball,Baseabll and other thing that we have now.
Seeing movies listening to the radio and reading books
Yes, her film career lasted from 1917 to 1953.
Swing music was really popular in the 1930s. In Early 1930s the "sweet" music of artists like Guy Lombardo and the Jazz Age dance bands were more popular but later in the 1930s popular trend leaned more to the aggressive horn arrangements of the Swing Era with artists like Tommy Dorsey and many others.
swing was popular during the 1920s and 1930s.
Amos 'n' Andy!
tidilywinks football stool ball
Some say the Chicago Bears, and others say the Green Bay Packers
justin bieber never say never, transformers rise of the fallen, and super 8 were just some of the popular movies in 1920
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Wizard of Oz Judy Garland
Gets turned into a werewolf
As people recovered from the Great Depression and had more disposable income, they searched for new ways to spend their time. With the ease and quickness of transmission of information and communication and story-telling, radio and film revolutionized how people looked at the world.
Slam Bradley (a detective) was another 1930s-era character created by Siegel and Shuster.
new jack city
Since, 1920s or 1930s. It's been popular outside the US for long time.