Cast: Albright John; Astaire Fred; Bates Jimmy; Beavers Richard; Bell Hal; Brooks Ralph; Chong Peter; Dodd Jimmie; Fox Harry; Frohlich Sig; Harris Sam; Hector and His Pals; Houghton Shep; Jellison Bob; Lawford Peter; Leary Nolan; Mayo Frank; Miller Harold; Mitchell Howard M.; Munshin Jules; Noisom George; O’Connor Robert Emmett; Paxton Dick; Pollet Albert; Poulos Angi O.; Sanford Ralph; Simmons Dick; Sundberg Clinton; Walsh Johnny; Wood Wilson; Albright Lola; Ballard Shirley; Bert Margaret; Donlon Dolores; Eggen Fern; Gale June; Garland Judy; Hall Ruth; Heigh Helene; Jackson Marjorie; Jackson Patricia; Kemper Doris; Langford Gail; Lansing Joi; Le Gon Jeni; Miller Ann; Priest Bobbie; Romer Jean; Romer Lynne; Shane Sara; Turnell Dee; Venuta Benay; Walker Patricia; Edens Roger; Freed Arthur; Bolton Guy; Goodrich Frances; Hackett Albert; Sheldon Sidney; Stradling Sr. Harry; Salinger Conrad; Irene; Valles; Walters Charles; Akst Albert; Jaffa Henri; Kalmus Natalie; Martinson Leslie H.
Taglines: The Happiest Musical Ever Made is Irving Berlin’s Easter Parade
Full of melody! Full of young love!
Storyline: Don Hewes and Nadine Hale are a dancing team, but she decides to start a career on her own. So he takes the next dancer he meets, Hannah Brown, as a new partner. After a while this new team is so successful, that Florence Ziegfeld is interested in them, but due to the fact, that Nadine Hale dances also in the Ziegfeld Follies Don says no. Inspite of the fact, that he is in love with Hannah, he keeps the relation to her strictly business. So Hannah is of the opinion, that he is still in love with Nadine, and her suspicion grows, when he dances with Nadine in a Night ClubFloor Show.
On the day before Easter in 1911, Don Hewes is crushed when his dancing partner (and object of affection) Nadine Hale refuses to start a new contract with him. To prove Nadine’s not important to him, Don acquires innocent new protegee Hannah Brown, vowing to make her a star in time for next year’s Easter parade.