Charles C. Wilson Release dateFebruary 2, 1929 WriterIsadore Bernstein (continuity), Harry Braxton (titles), George Jessel (dialogue), Viola Brothers Shore (story) DirectorsNorman Taurog, Charles C. Wilson Related Norman Taurog moviesSkippy (1931), Boys Town (1938), The Bride Goes Wild (1948), Sergeant Dead Head (1965), Big City (1948)
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Lucky Boy is a 1929 American musical drama film starring George Jessel. The film was mainly a silent film, with synchronized music and sound effects, as well as some talking sequences.
A young Jewish man works in his father's jewelry business, but he doesn't like it at all—he wants to be an entertainer, something he knows that his father would never approve of. He comes up with a scheme to put on his own show in a theater and show his father that he can be a success, but things don't work out quite as well as he planned.
George Jessel as Georgie Jessel
Gwen Lee as Mrs. Ellis
Richard Tucker as Mr. Ellis
Gayne Whitman as Mr. Trent
Margaret Quimby as Eleanor
Rosa Rosanova as Mamma Jessel
William H. Strauss as Papa Jessel
The film is still in existence, held in the UCLA Film and Television Archive.