Plotless musical revue celebrating President Franklin D. Roosevelt's National Recovery Administration.
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Plotless musical revue celebrating President Franklin D. Roosevelt's National Recovery Administration.

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Short | Comedy | Musical

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1933 (USA)  »

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Originally filmed as part of Take a Chance (1933), this musical number was eliminated in the editing process and released separately as a short subject. See more »

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Featured in Hooray for Hollywood (1975) See more »

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New Deal Rhythm
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Music by Roger Edens
Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Performed Charles 'Buddy' Rogers and ensemble
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Buddy Rogers amid a garden of chorines.
7 July 2002 | by (Mountain Mesa, California) – See all my reviews

This two-reel short features the multi-talented Buddy Rogers, accompanied by a singing and dancing throng of about forty modishly upholstered lovelies in the single title number, designed as a panegyric to FDRs newly birthed National Recovery Administration (NRA), represented here by several Busby Berkeleyish formations. Trombone- and drum-playing Rogers gives a great deal of kinetic appeal to the piece, which also features active involvement among the floor show "audience" composed of purported representatives from several states of the Union, while a fleeting one-line appearance by a dark-haired Shirley Temple fails to cast a spell expected of a successful screen test, in this instance for Paramount's LITTLE MISS MARKER; the NRA carries the day.


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