Musical short featuring Les Brown's take on Strauss' "Blue Danube", Art Lund singing "Mam'sell" to a beautiful blonde, and "Sad Cowboy" while riding on a horse (!), and Tex Beneke sings "Somebody Loves Me".
We visit Martin Block at his studio desk at 11:30 AM at the height of his popularity as a disk jockey, when more than 400 radio stations carried his show. Block opens the show with Freddie ... See full summary »
Martin Block moves his disc jockey show to the big screen for the third of his short-subjects. In this case, he interviews Buddy Clark and Ray Noble and has them performing four of their songs: "I'll Dance at Your Wedding", "Good Night Sweetheart", "Linda" and "Serenade." Marjorie Hughes also participates.
This brief series of musical shorts was an interesting experiment in how to structure these shorts, but to my taste it doesn't really work: I usually maintain a -- probably disheartening -- lack of interest in artists outside of their arts. While the music is good, the structure is mildly distracting.
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