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The Military Post (1929)

Passed  -  Short | Musical  -  October 1929 (USA)
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A tenor sings amidst blue-coated soldiers.

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Roberto E. Guzmán ...
The Singing Soldier (as Roberto Guzman)
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A tenor sings amidst blue-coated soldiers.

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Short | Musical

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October 1929 (USA)  »

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Although all Warner "live-action" shorts featured the Vitaphone logo, the Technicolor productions and a select number of others (most notably, the Bobby Jones golf reels and Ralph Staub's comedy 2-reelers) were actually filmed at Warner's Hollywood and Burbank (First National) studios in California. Most others from the 1928-40 period were made at the Warner Bros.-Vitaphone (formally the Vitagraph) studio in New York City. See more »

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La Golendrina
Sung by Roberto E. Guzmán
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