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Rambling 'Round Radio Row #3 (1932)

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 ... See full summary »

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Master of Ceremonies (as J.C. Flippen)
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Tess Gardella ...
Aunt Jemima (as Aunt Jemima)
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William Hall
Howard Lanin ...
Orchestra Leader (as Howard Lanin and His Orchestra)
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Guy Lombaardo (as The Lombardo Brothers)
Lebert Lombardo ...
Lebert Lombardo (as The Lombardo Brothers)
Loran Lombardo ...
Loran Lombardo (as The Lombardo Brothers)
Victor Lombardo ...
Victor Lombardo (as The Lombardo Brothers)
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Baby Rose Marie (as Baby Rose Marie)
Johnny Marvin ...
Johnny Marvin-Singer
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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 Stephan Eichenberg <eichenbe@fak-cbg.tu-muenchen.de>

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October 1932 (USA)  »

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Rambling 'Round Radio Row  »

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(Vitaphone)

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1.37 : 1
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Seven Come Eleven
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Written by Johnny Marvin
Performed by Johnny Marvin
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Fun short
3 April 2005 | by (Raleigh, NC) – See all my reviews

Interesting curio from the early thirties. I got a kick out of seeing the young Guy Lombardo, Rose Marie (really young! :-) and Jay C. Flippen in this plot-less, but fun, short.

Flippen was surprising to see in this type of setting since I'm more used to seeing him in his more tougher persona from countless TV and movie roles. He also sports a hairstyle reminiscent of Cab Calloway from the latter's heyday! His Vaudeville chops are evident here, too.

Lombardo gets to show off his championship yachting skills (with his brothers) in one segment.

Is it great art? No, but it is important historically, while still being able to entertain seventy-plus years later.

By the way, this was one of the first productions for the famous Warner Brothers producer Jerry Wald.


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