Bubbles (film)

Bubbles is a 1930 American Vitaphone Varieties short film released by Warner Brothers released in Technicolor.

For the Steven Soderbergh film, see Bubble (film). For the Arch Oboler film, see The Bubble (1966 film). For the Eytan Fox film, see The Bubble (2006 film).
Directed byRoy Mack
StarringJudy Garland
Marjorie Kane
CinematographyHoward Green
Willard Van Enger
Distributed byWarner Bros.
Release date
  • August 1930 (1930-08)
Running time
9 minutes
CountryUnited States


A Vitaphone short film, directed by Roy Mack, which starts with Marjorie Kane singing the introductory song "My Pretty Bubble".

Bubbles features a land of make-believe where The Vitaphone Kiddies dance and sing. The Gumm Sisters appear alongside The Vitaphone Kiddies and perform "In the Land of Let’s Pretend".


  • Judy Garland as Herself
  • Mary Jane Gumm as Herself
  • Virginia Gumm as Herself
  • Marjorie Kane as Mother in Checkered Dress
  • The Vitaphone Kiddies as Themselves

Preservation status

This short film now exists in black and white by television syndication, and was included as an extra on the deluxe DVD edition of Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) released in 2004.

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