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Metro Movietone Revue (1930)

Metro Movietone Revue featuring various vaudeville acts.

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George Dewey Washington ...
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The Ponce Sisters ...
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Joseph Regan ...
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Ella Shields ...
Herself (as Miss Ella Shields)
Jack Pepper ...
Himself - Master of Ceremonies
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Metro Movietone Revue featuring various vaudeville acts.

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Short | Comedy | Music

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11 March 1930 (USA)  »

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1.20 : 1
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I Got a Mama Down in New Orleans, Another Mama Up in Maine
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Written by Jack Culley, Jimmy McHugh and Irving Mills
Performed by Jack Pepper on vocals and ukulele
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This was another Metro Movietone Revue I enjoyed
4 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

This was the second of the Metro Movietone Revue musical shorts hosted by Jack Pepper that was on The Broadway Melody DVD. He first intros Joseph Regan who pleasantly sings another romantic tune. Then it's once again The Ponce Sisters who are once again the most charming bunch in the show! Then it's another George Dewey Washington turn with his charming baritone. Then it's Ella Shields singing about the King's army and doing a dance during it. Finally, Jack Pepper sings two songs, the first being that he has one mama down in New Orleans (a two-hour drive where I live) and another one up in Maine and then "St. Louis Blues" in a falsetto! I enjoyed this one pretty well, this Metro Movietone Revue. I think that was all of them...


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