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Roy Fox, the Whispering Cornetist, and His Orchestra (1929)

The Whispering Coronetist, Roy Fox and His Orchestra are broadcasting from Warner Bros. Studios and perform these three musical numbers: 1. 'Sally Of My Dreams,' 2. 'My Window of Dreams,' and 3. 'Louisiana.'

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Roy Fox ...
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The Whispering Coronetist, Roy Fox and His Orchestra are broadcasting from Warner Bros. Studios and perform these three musical numbers: 1. 'Sally Of My Dreams,' 2. 'My Window of Dreams,' and 3. 'Louisiana.'

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12 March 1929 (USA)  »

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(Vitaphone)

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1.37 : 1
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Archive footage of a party scene from the previously filmed Warner Bros. feature Don't Tell the Wife (1927) is used during the 'Louisiana' number; actors William Demarest and Otis Harlan are easily identifiable as two of the players. See more »

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My Window of Dreams
(uncredited)
Music by John Klenner
Performed by Roy Fox and His Band (as Roy Fox and His Orchestra)
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Famous British Dance Band Leafer
25 December 2016 | by (london) – See all my reviews

I have purchased most of the Warner Archives vintage short discs.Each Christmas I treat myself to a first viewing of one of them.This year it is Vitaphone Varieties Volume 2.Much to my surprise it features Roy Fox with an American Band.Shortly after this he came to England and established himself as one of the leading band leaders in this country in the 1930s.I have a number of LOs of his work.I don't think that this band is as accomplished as the one he led here.The sound falls off badly when there is a vocal as the singer is too far away from the Mike.Clearly the producers are becoming more ambitious as there are cutaway shots so clearly rudimentary editing is now taking place.


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