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Baby Rose Marie the Child Wonder (1929)

 |  Short, Family, Music  |  June 1929 (USA)
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Rose Marie, aged five or six, sings three numbers in the Vitaphone sound stage decorated as an elegant drawing room. "Heigh Ho, Everybody, Heigh Ho," "Who Wouldn't Be Jealous of You," and "... See full summary »

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Rose Marie, aged five or six, sings three numbers in the Vitaphone sound stage decorated as an elegant drawing room. "Heigh Ho, Everybody, Heigh Ho," "Who Wouldn't Be Jealous of You," and "Don't Be Like That." She sings the first in a polka-dot sailor suit and the other two numbers in a frilly white dress. She's animated throughout, acting as well as singing. She scats in both "Heigh Ho" and "Don't Be Like That." At the end, she curtsies twice. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Heigh-Ho, Everybody, Heigh-Ho!
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Written by Rudy Vallee and Harry M. Woods
Sung by Rose Marie (as Baby Rose Marie)
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Every Parent Should Make Their Kid Perform Like This!
23 April 2003 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

I have to admit, Rose Marie had a great voice for a child of her age. She looked like a little woman with her Louise Brooks hairstyle. She really had a great voice, a great stage presence. Boy, she would of been big rival for Shirley Temple in the 1930s. I got to see this and record it in full, I have a habit now of recording TCM shorts when I see One Reel Wonders, because they always show good musical shorts. I enjoyed this. Young kids need to see this today, to learn how to perform, Rose Marie and other children of that time knew how to perform, Rose Marie singed like an adult and performed like one. We don't see them like this anymore.


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