Anna Case sings a song while the Cansino family dances in the background.


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Anna Case ...
Herself - Anna Case
The Cansinos ...
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Metropolitan Opera Chorus


Anna Case sings a song while the Cansino family dances in the background.

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6 August 1926 (USA)  »

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Anna Case in La Fiesta  »

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1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


Part of the "Vitaphone Prelude" that was shown at the premiere of Don Juan (1926). See more »


Featured in The Dawn of Sound: How Movies Learned to Talk (2007) See more »


La fiesta
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Performed by Anna Case
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Creaky Historical Document!
24 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Creaky, but worth seeing just to see ANYTHING with sound from 1926. The quality of the recording is not bad, actually - the orchestra sounds good, with nice effects from the drummer. However, the microphone was too far away from the singers, even from Anna Case; she needed to be another 10 feet closer! I think the reason for the poor camera work is that the camera was encased in a big, sound-proof booth with a window; there just wasn't much room to pan the lens.

I would never have guessed that Rita Hayworth, then 8 years old, was in this; the girl in the dance routine looks much older. Nice footwork, anyway. Love the Vaseline-haired guy (oh, brother. he-he) Anna Case's makeup was truly ghoulish - I suspect it was done by someone with very little or no experience in movies. Still, this film is good to see for the history value. Once.

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