This short begins with dialogue between Georgie Price and the film's director on the Vitaphone set. Georgie is reluctant to make the short because working on a film set makes him nervous - there's no audience and too much distraction. Frank provides him with an audience in the form of the all-male crew. Georgie then asks the crew what song he should perform, and one of them yells out, "Give Me Your Hand, Madam." To which Georgie replies, "I knew I shouldn't have worn a red tie today!" (A reference to the common practice at the time of gay men wearing red ties to signal their intentions.) Georgie then sings two songs to close out the short.
Vitaphone Studios use the Baldwin exclusively
20 August 1929 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Georgie Price in Don't Get Nervous
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(Vitaphone) (Western Electric Apparatus)
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
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Vitaphone production reel #841 See more
Georgie Price, Himself
Hello fellas! You know, I think that every talking picture should have a theme song and I think I should have a theme song too. Of course, I had an idea for a theme song, for this picture, it was very cute too. It was called, "Georgie Price, I Love You." But, somehow it didn't seem to work out.
Hello, Sunshine, Hello
Music by Henry H. Tobias
Lyrics by Charles Tobias
and Jack Murphy
Performed by Georgie Price See more