After singing over the radio, Bing Crosby transmits a signal to elope to his sweeheart Helen; but her father is listening too. Undaunted, Bing tries, tries again.

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Arthur Stone ...
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After singing over the radio, Bing Crosby transmits a signal to elope to his sweeheart Helen; but her father is listening too. Undaunted, Bing tries, tries again. Written by Rod Crawford <puffinus@u.washington.edu>

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radio | marriage | elopement | See All (3) »

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Comedy | Musical | Short

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24 March 1933 (USA)  »

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The Girl in the Transom  »

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Connections

Edited into Down Memory Lane (1949) See more »

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In My Hide-Away
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Written by K.L. Binford
Sung by Bing Crosby
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A typical Bing Crosby - Mack Sennett production.
14 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is typical of the films Crosby made with Mack Sennett. However, it has one interesting event that makes it more memorable. First, though uncredited, Toby Wing has a small role. You can see her wearing a white bathing suit next to the swimming pool that Franklin Pangborn gets pushed into. Also, more interesting is that when Bing is singing to his girl friend next to the pool you can see Toby in the background running past a parked car. Apparently she was late back to the set because in the next scene you see her sitting by the pool. Wing who was very striking looking with a nice figure and peroxide blond hair is always a pleasure to see. Bing's singing also is a delight. Though the Sennett films seem corny by today's standards they do provide a nice outlet for hearing Bing's voice when he was early into his career as vocalist.


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