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Author: Ron OrmondDonald BarryPaul LandresDaniel UllmanWilliam L NolteAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Kit Parker Films : Distributed by VCI Entertainment, [2007]
Series: Jubilee collection.; Kit Parker Double Features.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : NTSC color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Yes Sir, Mr. Bones: "A young boy wanders into a home for old minstrel men and wants to know more about them, cueing the oldsters to tell him (and the Lords of Flashback to show us) a performance from the days of riverboat shows. Songs (including "Is your rent paid up in heaven?", buck-and-wing and soft-shoe are all part of the nostalgic fun"--Container.
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Genre/Form: Feature films
Musical films
Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ron Ormond; Donald Barry; Paul Landres; Daniel Ullman; William L Nolte; Cotton Watts; Chick Watts; Chester Davis; F E Miller; Billy Green; Walter Greene; Alfred Berke; Kitty Majer; Spade Cooley; Mary Beth Hughes; Wally Vernon; Max Terhune; John Eldredge; Spartan Productions.; VCI Entertainment (Firm); Kit Parker Films.
OCLC Number: 244581285
Notes: Motion pictures originally released in 1951 (Yes sir, Mr. Bones, 54 min.) and 1949 (Square dance jubilee, 80 min.).
Bonus features: original theatrical trailer "Kentucky jubilee"; Yes sir, Mr. Bones and Square dance jubilee commentaries by film historians Richard Roberts, Brent Walker and Randy Sketvedt; technicolor featurette, "The shortest way home" (1946).
Credits: Yes Sir, Mr. Bones: Produced, directed and written by Ron Ormond ; cinematography, Jack Greenhalgh ; original music, Walter Greene ; costume design, Alfred Berke, Kitty Majer.
Square dance jubilee: Executive producer, Don Barry ; director, Paul Landres ; screenplay by Ron Ormand and Daniel B. Ullman based on a story by William L. Nolte ; cinematography, Ernest Miller ; original music, Walter Greene ; wardrober, Alfred Berke.
Cast: Yes Sir, Mr. Bones: Cotton & Chick Watts, Ches Davis, F.E. Miller, Billy Green and the Hobnobbers.
Square dance jubilee: Don Barry, Spade Cooley, Mary Beth Hughes, Wally Vernon, Max Terhune, John Eldredge.
Description: 1 videodisc (134 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; Dolby digital; 1.33:1 aspect ratio ; regin, all ; NTSC.
Contents: Yes sir, Mr. Bones --
Square dance jubilee.
Series Title: Jubilee collection.; Kit Parker Double Features.
Other Titles: Yes sir, Mr. Bones.
Square dance jubilee.
Responsibility: Kit Parker Films ; Spartan Productions present.

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Yes Sir, Mr. Bones: "A young boy wanders into a home for old minstrel men and wants to know more about them, cueing the oldsters to tell him (and the Lords of Flashback to show us) a performance from the days of riverboat shows. Songs (including "Is your rent paid up in heaven?", buck-and-wing and soft-shoe are all part of the nostalgic fun"--Container.

Square dance jubilee: "New York television talent scouts (Don "Red" Barry and Wally Vernon) head west to look for musical talent for Spade Cooley's TV show and find plenty--and even help round up some cattle rustlers. With a whopping 25 songs, this one 'stacks up as a strong entry in western music market ... crackerjack exploitation potential' (Variety)"--Container.

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