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Snow Gets in Your Eyes (1938)

Passed | | Short, Musical, Romance | 14 May 1938 (USA)
In an attempt to win the girl of his dreams, a savory sausage salesman at Gibson's Department Store enters the store's indoor ski jump contest.



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Complete credited cast:
... June
... Tommy Bradford
... Schlitz
Hudson Shotwell ... Buddy Brooks


A department store has an indoor ski-slide for the annual contest for department store employees. Salesgirl June has two admirers; a sausage salesman in the store and the store's snooty ski instructor. But the sausage salesman goes into intensive ski-training, wins the contest and wins the girl. The Dandridge Sisters (Dorothy, Vivian and non-sister Etta Jones) do two numbers. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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14 May 1938 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


Rhythm Rascals
Written by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest
Performed by The Dandridge Sisters, Cats and the Fiddle, Phil Moore (piano) and unidentified male vocal duo
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Romance at the counters
26 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

Virginia Grey was a long time favorite of MGM's Louis B. Mayer, she appeared in dozens of MGM films and was at one time briefly linked with Clark Gable.

She gets a chance to star in her own short subject here with a pair of forgotten romantic rivals, all working in a department store. It's wintertime and the store is sponsoring a ski jumping contest in the store. One very nice set was built for this.

In any event her two rivals, Roger Converse and Hudson Shotwell get to jump to win a store prize and the fair lady's hand.

Charles Judels is the officious store manager who backs the wrong horse and ends up hanging around so to speak.

The short subject crammed a few musical numbers in its running time including three by the Dandridge Sisters before lead Dorothy went out on her own.

It's a pleasant 20 or so minutes with a few laughs also at the store manager's expense.

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