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The Phantom of vaudeville, a masked ventriloquist with his dummy Elmo, seek revenge after suspecting Spencer, Tracy and Kong of being the song and dance act that upstaged them decades earlier.
Did You Know?
Spencer's pilgrimage to "Tin Can Alley" is a play on Tin Pan Alley, which was the nickname given to New York City's 28th Street between broadway
and Fifth Avenue. Between 1885 and the mid-20th Century this street served as the center of popular music publishing and from it sprang many of the standards still being performed. A reporter coined the term "Tin Pan Alley," saying the sound of so many pianos playing simultaneously out of open windows created a cacophony on the street like that of tin pans banging. See more
[Spencer, Tracy and Kong, in straw hats with canes, sing and dance in unison
When we played the Palace we were stars upon the stage / we had them in the aisles twice a day / we got no time for ghosts 'cause we're the hit of both coasts / I'm Slapsie, I'm Maxie, I'm Nijinsky!
We knocked 'em dead in Podunk and in Osh Kosh we were tops / we packed 'em in in Walla Walla too / we ain't chasin' no ghosts 'cause we're the continent's toast / I'm Slapsie, I'm Maxie, I'm Nijinsky!
I'm Slapsie, I'm Maxie, I'm Nijinsky
Performed by Forrest Tucker
and Larry Storch See more