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Metro Movietone Revue (I) (1929)

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Several of the Movietone Revues, including this one, are now out on DVD, among the extras packaged with The Broadway Melody (of 1929). See more »

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Grace Rogers
14 August 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Grace Rogers, the little girl in the Movietone Review, also appeared, much more grown up, in the movie "Dames" with Dick Powell. She sings a number with him. I am fairly certain it was that movie, it also had James Cagney in it. It was one of the Busby Berkely movies. The M.C. Harry Rose, I wish there was some more info about him. I found him most entertaining, like Jack Benny (anybody remember him) but even better. And his rendition of "My Mammy" was I think better than Al' Jolson's (he also was a famous singer of the day, known at "the world's greatest entertainer"! But I also would guess he too is forgotten, more or less, except by old people, and they won't be here much longer. Can you imagine a current day street teenager being interested in any such singers? And they are the ones who will soon rule the world. Glad I won't be around!


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