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J.C Flippen acts as MC on a broadcast from a short vacation cruise of many New York based radio personalities of 1932. Among them are Tess Gardella, Johny Marvin, Bill Hall, Baby Rosemarie and the Four Lombardo Brothers, who all do their part on the broadcast. Written by
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Future character actor J.C. Flippen hosts this Vitaphone short, which takes place at a pool party where several music guests get up and do a song. This here leads to various water sports and more and more acts get up. This here is a minor step up from the previous two films in the series mainly due to this getting off to a great start thanks to Tess Gardella doing a blistering version of "I Have Nobody". We also have William Hall doing a nice version of "Deep In Your Eyes" and even Baby Rose Marie stops by for a quick number. Fans of Flippen aren't going to believe their eyes when they see him here but he does a nice job getting this off to a good start as he's certainly got enough energy for two films. The musical acts here are a lot better than in previous films and I'm sure Baby Rose will have several people tuning in. The Lombardo Brothers are also on hand as is Johnny Marvin.
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