Foolish Hearts (1935):
A movie director tries to fool a bigwig producer into believing that a cigarette girl at Hollywood nightclub is a famous foreign actress. Lucille Ball plays a hat-check girl In a very early, uncredited performance. Starring Lucille Ball, Tony Martin, Phyllis Brooks, Jack Norton.
Talent Auction (1938): A theatrical producer must sell his variety show to the highest bidder. Starring Irene Beasley, The Merry Macs, The Five Reillys, Paul Robinson and Bobby Bernard.
Bob's Busy Day (1942): Bob Hope and his traveling companions arrive in South America and have a run-in with a local official. Starring Bob Hope, Leah Ray, Frances Halliday, Jules Epailly, Vicky Cummings, William Edmumds; Directed by Al Christie.
Sing with the Stars: Hit Songs of 1944: The "bouncing ball leads the audience in a sing-along with the top hits of the year. Starring Jeri Sullavan, Phyllis Lynne and Victoria Cordova.
The Game of Love (1934): Lew White, "America's Celebrated Organist," accompanies Bill Coty on vocals with narration by Norman Brokenshire. Whimsically illustrated title slides provide the lyrics for the songs.