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Adam and Eve are in the Garden of Eden preparing their latest meal, which includes contemplating if they should try eating an apple despite the serpent's warning. After their meal, they ... See full summary »

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(screen play by) (as Cyrus Woods), (screen play by) | 1 more credit »
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Adam and Eve are in the Garden of Eden preparing their latest meal, which includes contemplating if they should try eating an apple despite the serpent's warning. After their meal, they take stroll through time. They make a few stops along the way for some musical interludes. These stops include in the Gardens of Emperor Nero of Rome for a concert circa 100 A.D., in King Arthur's court, and at a beach resort in current times. Written by Huggo

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Musical | Comedy | Short

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22 September 1934 (USA)  »

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Broadway Brevities (1934-1935 season) #3: Good Morning, Eve!  »

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(Vitaphone)

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(Technicolor)

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1.37 : 1
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Vitaphone production reels #1702-1703. See more »

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Rhythm in the Bow
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Written by Cliff Hess
Performed by Vernon Dent and a quartet
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Breathtaking gorgeous early Technicolor
1 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The most amazing thing about this entertaining little short is the fantastic condition that it has survived in for the past 77 years. Not only does it feature color that is perfect, but the clarity and cleanliness of the print are extraordinary. This film looks like it was shot last week instead of decades ago. The slender storyline has Adam and Eve wandering through the ages and there are a few good lines and some pretty good musical numbers interpolated. This film was probably made as an experiment to test the then-new three color Technicolor which is seen to beautiful advantage. There are costumes of every color, interior shots, exterior shots, and just for good measure, A gorgeous beach shot. Simply breathtaking.


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