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Johnny Green & His Orchestra (1935)

 -  Short | Music  -  12 October 1935 (USA)
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In a vacation resort setting, Johnny Green and His Orchestra, as well as unidentified guest acts, perform several popular songs.


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In a vacation resort setting, Johnny Green and His Orchestra, as well as unidentified guest acts, perform several popular songs.

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12 October 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Melody Masters: Johnny Green & His Orchestra  »

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Vitaphone production reel #1867. See more »


Elmer calls his friend "Ray" (the performer's real name). A bit later, Zeke calls him "Marvin." See more »


A Mile a Minute
Music by Bernice Petkere
Performed by Johnny Green and His Orchestra
Copyright 1934 by Famous Music Corp.
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Mostly pleasant....
24 August 2011 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Today I am sitting down to watch a few Vitaphone musical shorts, as I've just gotten a hold of the 11-hour set of big band and swing music shorts from Warner Brothers. Of all of the ones I've seen so far, this is probably the most uneven. As you see and hear Johnny Green's Orchestra play, you get to hear a woman with a lovely voice sing "Easy Come, Easy Go". I assume that because she was not especially glamorous or photogenic might explain why she was unidentified and not famous. It's a shame, as she could really sing. HOWEVER, following her was some Hillbilly music and I couldn't help but wonder by this followed the lady. After all, what did the two types of music have in common? Oh, yeah...nothing. Still, it's worth seeing just for her lovely song and you can always fast-forward through the Hillbilly song!

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