The newspaper "The Morning After associated with The Night Before" has not much to print except for its radio news. Here, some of the articles come to life, like the ones about Baby Rose ...
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Black vaudeville acts are featured in this Vitaphone Pepper Pot short. In addition to those listed in the credits, acts include The 3 Whippets, a group of acrobats; and The Five Racketeers,... See full summary »
The Nicholas Brothers,
The 3 Whippets
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Jay C. Flippen,
The Happines Boys Billy Jones and Earnie Hare are invited to a party, but separate themselves from the rest of the guests, so they can not be urged to perform. However, they are watching ... See full summary »
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The newspaper "The Morning After associated with The Night Before" has not much to print except for its radio news. Here, some of the articles come to life, like the ones about Baby Rose Marie, Frank Novak, Jr., Roy Atwell, Tito Guizar Harriet Lee and Morton Downey. Written by
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Rambling 'Round Radio Row (Second Group) #3 (1934)
** (out of 4)
Final film in the RAMBLING 'ROUND RADIO ROW series has Harriet Lee doing a version of "Sittin' on a Log (Pettin' My Dog)" and this is followed by a rather amusing performance of "St. Louis Blues" by Frank Novak, Jr.. We then get Baby Rose Marie doing "You're Gonna Lose Your Gal" and we close with Morton Downey doing "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling". This final entry in the series goes out with a few good numbers and I'm sure most will be tuning in to catch Baby Rose Marie. Once again she comes off extremely charming and it's easy to see why so many people fell for her back in the 30s. Novak also comes off pretty good here with his strange keyboard and horn playing. The Downey song has him on piano and doing the singing but the song itself isn't the greatest.
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