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Metro Movietone Revue (I) (1929)

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This was the first in a series of Metro Movietone Revues, featuring vaudeville acts and other specialties. See more »

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Music by Maceo Pinkard
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This was the first of the Metro Movietone Revue I watched on The Broadway Melody DVD
4 December 2012 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

This was the first of the Metro Movietone Revues I watched on The Broadway Melody DVD. It's host was Harry Rose who I found partially amusing. This first act was Grace Rogers. Then there was Gus Van and Joe Schenck, who I first viewed on a Vitaphone short that's now on The Jazz Singer DVD set, singing about the South. Then Harry does a number called "Frankfurter Sandwiches". And lastly, there was a band called The Capitolians that I liked best while watching. I usually review these after just viewing them but since I didn't know these were even listed here, I'm just now commenting on them after watching them one by one. So on that note, this Metro Movietone Revue was a pleasant enough experience.


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