hard-boiled drama Stars: Helen Twelvetrees, Phillips Holmes, Marjorie Rambeau http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0020966/ Ratings: 7.2/10 from 66 users
1. The Cocoanuts (1929), 2. Animal Crackers (1930), 3. Horse Feathers (1932), 4. Duck Soup (1933), 5. A Night at the Opera (1935), 6. A Day at the Races1 (1937), 7. A Day at the Races2 (1937), 8. At the Circus (1939), 9. The Big Store (1941), 10. Copacabana (1947).
One of two known recordings by NC harmonica master James Francum Braswell. It's actually the first time I could get a hold on his picture thanks to the kind help of his grandaughters. Enjoy!
From the Talkie Hit, this selection is 'Hot'!. Not sure if the accompaniment is Arthur Roseberys Band?. I am open to much welcome suggestions.Enjoy!
Jonathan Cecil reads the second collection of golf-related short stories from the pen of P.G. Wodehouse. All nine of these tales are told through The Oldest Member. 0:00:00 The Heart of a Goof 0:53:29 High Stakes 1:43:25 Keeping In with Vosper 2:27:03 Chester Forgets Himself 3:23:15 The Magic Plus Fours 4:08:19 The Awakening of Rollo Podmarsh 4:48:19 Rodney Fails to Qualify 5:40:33 Jane Gets off the Fairway 66:35:30 The Purification of Rodney Spelvin
Wilmer Watts And The Lonely Eagles-She's A Hard Boiled Rose
(Jesse Greer-Raymond Klages). Leonard Joy-dir/Mike Mosiello-t/Chuck Campbell-tb/Andy Sannella-cl-as/Louis Martin-as-bar/Jack Pierce-ts/Lou Raderman-vn/Charlie Magnante-pac/Milt Rettenberg-p/?John Cali-bj/Dick Cherwin-bb/Joe Green-d/Frank Luther-voc. New York, July 5, 1929. Unissued take BVE 53908-2.
Released February 10, 1939.
I do not own the copyright to this recording. This video is for historical and educational purposes only. Composed by Peterson Jeff Calhoun (Frank Luther):Vocals & Jew's Harp Prob. Carson Robison:Harmonica & Guitar Unknown:Fiddle Recorded in New York City, N.Y. c. late 1928/early 1929 Originally issued on and this recording taken from the 1929 single (Grey Gull 4135) (78 RPM) Note #1:Early issues of Grey Gull 4135 with the matrix number 4135-A were the 1927 version of this same title by Vernon Dalhart. This issue is matrix number 4135-C. Note #2:The reverse side of this issue is "Little Log Cabin In The Lane" by Kenneth Calvert. Note #3:Also issued on (Radiex 4135), (Madison 5027 & 50027), and (Van Dyke 5027, billed as Tom Cook) (78 RPM)
Freddie Davidson reads a collection of nineteen short stories from the very early days of P.G. Wodehouse's literary life. None of the great man's famous characters are featured and the tales, by and large, deal with matters of love and romance. 0:00:00 The Man Upstairs 0:33:22 Something to Worry About 1:08:21 Deep Waters 1:44:27 When Doctors Disagree 2:20:48 By Advice of Counsel 2:45:27 Rough-Hew Them How We Will 3:12:50 The Man Who Disliked Cats 3:47:23 Ruth In Exile 4:21:19 Archibald's Benefit 4:56:04 The Man, the Maid and the Miasma 5:22:36 The Good Angel 5:53:05 Pots O' Money 6:25:18 Out of School 6:50:34 Three From Dunsterville 7:21:31 The Tuppenny Millionaire 7:52:40 Ahead of Schedule 8:21:59 Sir Agravaine 8:54:23 The Goal-Keeper and the Plutocrat 9:21:58 In Alcala