Swing High (1930 film)

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Swing High
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Directed by Joseph Santley
Written by James Seymour
Ray McCarey
Joseph Santley
Produced by E.B. Derr
Starring Helen Twelvetrees
Fred Scott
Dorothy Burgess
Cinematography David Abel
Edited by Daniel Mandell
Music by Josiah Zuro
Distributed byPathé Exchange
Release date
May 18, 1930
Running time
95 minutes
CountryUnited States
Language English

Swing High is a 1930 American musical film directed by Joseph Santley and starring Helen Twelvetrees, Fred Scott and Dorothy Burgess. [1]


The film's sets were designed by the art director Carroll Clark.


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  1. Bradley p.235