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Hollywood on Parade No. A-1 (1932)

Passed  |   |  Short, Comedy, Music  |  26 August 1932 (USA)
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In the first entry of this series, the show open with a troupe of dancing chorus girls getting a salute from crossed-eyed Ben Turpin. Then the master of ceremonies, Fredric March, brings on... See full summary »

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Himself / Master of Ceremonies
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Himself - the Observer
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Herself - Child Singer
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Herself
Jack Oakie ...
Himself
Bobbe Brox ...
Herself (as The Brox Sisters)
Kathlyn Brox ...
Herself (as The Brox Sisters)
Lorayne Brox ...
Herself (as The Brox Sisters)
Jack Duffy ...
Old Timer - Hillbilly Act
Eddie Peabody ...
Himself - Banjo Player
Brox Sisters ...
Sister Trio (as The Brox Sisters)
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In the first entry of this series, the show open with a troupe of dancing chorus girls getting a salute from crossed-eyed Ben Turpin. Then the master of ceremonies, Fredric March, brings on the various acts, starting with a pre-teen Mitzi Green), dressed as an adult and singing "Was That the Human Thing to Do?" , followed by Ginger Rogers and Jack Oakie singing-and-dancing to "The Girl Who Used to be You." Then the Three Brox Sisters do a triple imitation of Marlene Dietrich singing 'Falling in Love Again." 'Jack Duffy' does a drunken hillbilly bit involving a lamp post, the the finale has Eddie Peabody, playing a banjo for some chorus girls on a pedestal. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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26 August 1932 (USA)  »

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First entry in the series of Hollywood on Parade one-reel short subjects, released once every four weeks from August 1932 through July 1934. See more »

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The Girl Who Used to be You
Sung by Ginger Rogers and Jack Oakie
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