The Golden Age of Hollywood lasted from the end of the Silent Era in the late 1920s to the early 1960s.  The most popular fare during this time were musicals, comedies and dramas.  The motion pictures of this time were known for their pollished look and high production values.  

Rain
1932 / 94 min. / b&w

365 Nights in Hollywood
1934 / 77 min. / b&w

Sanders of the River
1935 / 98 min. / b&w

Murder by Television
1935 / 53 min. / b&w

She Shall Have Music
1935 / 78 min. / b&w

A Star Is Born
1937 / 111 min. / color

Murder at the Baskervilles
1937 / 71 min. / b&w

The Son of Monte Cristo
1940 / 102 min. / b&w

Lady of Burlesque
1943 / 91 min. / b&w

The Fighting Sullivans
1944 / 111 min. / b&w

And Then There Were None
1945 / 97 min. / b&w

Doll Face
1945 / 80 min. / b&w

Dishonored Lady
1947 / 85 min. / b&w

Smash Up - The Story of a Woman!
1947 / 103 min. / b&w

Perils of Pauline
1947 / 96 min. / color

My Dear Secretary
1948 / 96 min. / b&w

Africa Screams
1949 / 79 min. / b&w

The Big Wheel
1949 / 92 min. / b&w

Cyrano de Bergerac
1950 / 112 min. / b&w

The Great Rupert
1950 / 81 min. / b&w

Champagne for Caesar
1950 / 99 min. / b&w

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Run For The Hills
1953 / 72 min. / b&w

Salome
1953 / 90 min. / color

At War With The Army
 
1951 / 93 min. / b&w

Naughty New Orleans
1955 / 87 min. / color

The Golden Mistress
1954 / 83 min. / color

Puccini
1953 / 119 min. / color

Hell Ship Mutiny
1957 /  66 min. / b&w

Lay That Rifle Down
1955 / 71 min. / b&w

Josette of New Orleans
1958 /  72 min. / b&w

Corn's-A-Poppin'
1956 /  58 min. / b&w