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Just a Gigolo/II (1931)

Passed  -  Short | Music  -  29 May 1931 (USA)
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A Vitaphone short utilizing the audience-participation, lyrics-on-screen format. Cameron Crosbie, plays "Just a Gigolo" on the organ, and then an unknown singer goes through the song twice and the theatre audience is invited to sing along.

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A Vitaphone short utilizing the audience-participation, lyrics-on-screen format. Cameron Crosbie, plays "Just a Gigolo" on the organ, and then an unknown singer goes through the song twice and the theatre audience is invited to sing along.

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Short | Music

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29 May 1931 (USA)  »

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Vitaphone Variety: I'm Just a Gigolo/II  »

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Just a Gigolo
Written by Leonello Casucci, German lyrics by 'Julius Brammer' and English lyrics by Irving Caesar
Played on the organ by Cameron Crosbie
Sung by unknown singer
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