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|Named Person:||Busby Berkeley; Don Redman|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Busby Berkeley; Manuel Seff; Peter Milne; Robert Lord; Harry Warren; Al Dubin; Dick Powell; Adolphe Menjou; Gloria Stuart; Alice Brady; Hugh Herbert; Glenda Farrell; Frank McHugh; Vitaphone Orchestra.; Warner Home Video (Firm); Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967); Vitaphone Corp.; First National Pictures, Inc.; Turner Entertainment Co.; Warner Bros. Entertainment.
|Language Note:||In English, with English, French, or Spanish subtitles; closed-captioned.|
|Notes:||Originally produced as a motion picture in 1935.
Special features: New featurette: (buz ́be bur ́kle) n. A study in style; vintage featurette: Double exposure; vintage cartoons: Gold diggers of '49, Shuffle off to Buffalo; audio only bonus: Direct from Hollywood radio promo; trailer gallery.
|Credits:||Music and lyrics by Harry Warren and Al Dubin ; dances created and staged by Busby Berkeley ; edited by George Amy ; art director, Anton Grot ; photography by George Barnes ; orchestral arrangements, Ray Heindorf ; Vitaphone Orchestra conducted by Leo F. Forbstein.|
|Cast:||Dick Powell, Adolphe Menjou, Gloria Stuart, Alice Brady, Hugh Herbert, Glenda Farrell, Frank McHugh.|
|Description:||1 videodisc (approximately 95 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Dance contents: Dance of hotel workers, perf. by the ensemble --
Rehearsals of dagger and swan dances, perf. by Menjou and ensemble --
"The words are in my heart" production number includes dances by the female ensemble and a female soloist --
"Lullaby of Broadway" production number, perf. by Powell, Shaw, and ensemble, includes an exhibition ballroom dancing number by Ramón and Rosita, and a tap dance by the ensemble.
|Series Title:||Busby Berkeley collection.|
|Responsibility:||Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. & the Vitaphone Corp. present ; a First National Picture ; directed by Busby Berkeley ; screen play by Manuel Seff and Peter Milne ; story by Robert Lord and Peter Milne.|