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The Revelers

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The Revelers, a well known radio and recording quintet, consisted of four singers and a pianist; their names were Franklyn Bauer and Lewis James (tenors), Wilfred Glenn (bass), Elliot Shaw (baritone) and Frank Black (piano). They filmed two one reel Vitaphone musical shorts the same day in early 1927, each one offering three songs.

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The Harmonists
The Harmonists Soundtrack
(1997)
The Revelers
The Revelers Themselves
(1927)

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 1997 The Harmonists (performer: "I'm Gonna Charleston (Back to Charleston)", "Dinah" - as The Revellers)
 1927 The Revelers (Short) (performer: "Mine", "Dinah", "No Foolin'" - uncredited)
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 1937 David Mendoza & His Orchestra (Short)
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 1927 The Revelers (Short)
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Trivia:

The Revelers, a well known radio and recording quintet, consisted of four singers and a pianist; their names were Franklyn Bauer and Lewis James (tenors), Wilfred Glenn (bass), Elliot Shaw (baritone) and Frank Black (piano). They filmed two one reel Vitaphone musical shorts the same day in early 1927, each one offering three songs.

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