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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Motion picture music; Popular music|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Busby Berkeley; Benny Goodman; Johnnie Davis; Frances Langford; Dick Powell; Bebe Daniels; Winifred Shaw; Judy Canova; Joan Blondell; Lee Dixon; Rosalind Marquis; Ruby Keeler; Clarence Nordstrom; Una Merkel; Ginger Rogers
|Notes:||"Musical numbers created and directed by Busby Berkeley."
Songs and dialogue from Hollywood Hotel, Gold diggers of 1935, 42nd Street, In Caliente, Gold diggers of 1937, Wonder Bar, Fashions of 1934, And she learned about Dames, and Dames.
Program notes on slipcase; additional notes ( p. ill.) inserted; also includes 2 film scenes on innerliner.
|Performer(s):||Frances Langford, Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler, and others.|
|Description:||1 audio disc (65 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Introduction by the Busby Berkeley Girls ; main title music, including Blue moon, and I'm like a fish out of water, into Hooray for Hollywood (Benny Goodman and his orchestra; vocals by Johnnie "Scat" Davis and Frances Langford) (from Hollywood Hotel) --
Dialogue (Gloria Stuart, Dick Powell, and Alice Brady) ; background theme: I'm going shopping with you ; The words are in my heart (Dick Powell) ; dialogue (Alice Brady and Hugh Hubert) (from Gold Diggers of 1935) --
Dialogue (Bebe Daniels and George Brent) ; You're getting to be a habit with me now (Bebe Daniels) ; incorporating dialogue featuring Allen Jenkins (from 42nd Street) --
Dialogue (Edward Everett Horton) ; introduction ; The lady in red (Winifred Shaw and Judy Canova) (from In Caliente) --
Dialogue (Victor Moore, Dick Powell, and Lee Dixon) ; All's fair in love and war (Dick Powell, Joan Blondell, Lee Dixon, and Rosalind Marquis) (from Gold diggers of 1937). Dialogue extract (Warner Baxter, George E. Stone, Ruby Keeler, and Bebe Daniels) ; background themes include Young and healthy ; Shuffle off to Buffalo (Ruby Keeler, Clara Nordstrum, Una Merkel, and Ginger Rogers) ; dialogue (Warner Baxter) (from 42nd Street) --
Don't say goodnight (Dick Powell) (from Wonder Bar) --
Dialogue (Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler) ; Young and healthy (Dick Powell) (from 42nd Street) --
Dialogue (Veree Teasdale and William Powell) ; Spin a little web of dreams (Veree Teasdale and William Powell) ; dialogue (Frank McHugh) (from Fashions of 1934) --
Dialogue: Lyle Talbot introduces Martha Merrill to Busby Berkeley ; background music ; Dames (from And she learned about dames) --
Dames (Dick Powell) (from Dames).