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The Foursome

The Foursome Quartet was a male vocal quartet that was originally formed in 1926 by two young men while they were at Washington State College in Pullman, Washington, USA, Marshall Smith (first tenor) and Dwight Snyder (baritone), along with Harry Isaacs (basso) and Kearney Walton (second tenor). In 1926 they had a permanent engagement to appear ... See full bio »
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Born to Dance
Born to Dance Soundtrack
Go West, Young Lady
Go West, Young Lady The Saloon Quartette
Radio Rhapsody
Radio Rhapsody Singers
Angel Cake
Angel Cake Actor


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 1941 Go West, Young Lady
The Saloon Quartette
 1935 Radio Rhapsody (Short)
 1932 The Yacht Party (Short)
Singing Quartette (uncredited)
 1931 Stolen Heaven
Musical Quartette (uncredited)
 1931 Angel Cake (Short)
 1929 The Bees' Buzz (Short)
Vocal Ensemble (uncredited)
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 1941 Go West, Young Lady (performer: "Most Gentlemen Don't Prefer a Lady", "Somewhere Along The Trail")
 1936 Born to Dance (performer: "Rolling Home" (1936) (uncredited), "Hey, Babe, Hey" (1936), "Swingin' the Jinx Away" (1936) (uncredited))
 1935 Radio Rhapsody (Short) (performer: "Rhythm Is Our Business" - uncredited)
 1932 The Yacht Party (Short) (performer: "Crazy People" - uncredited)

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Other Works:

The quartet made several records for Decca, and occasionally backed Bing Crosby on his recordings.

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The Foursome Quartets early recordings were made for the phonograph and the Vitaphone. Vitaphone was a sound film system used for feature films and nearly 1,000 short subjects made by Warner Bros. and its sister studio First National from 1926 to 1931. See more »

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