You'll root-toot-toot for this colossal collection of big bands,vaudeville veterans and more all-time greatest performers and ensembles parading your way out of the Warner Bros. vault in an amazing 11+-Hour, 6-Disc Collection of 53 Theatrical Shorts.
You'll root-toot-toot for this colossal collection of big bands, vaudeville veterans and more all-time greatest performers and ensembles parading your way out of the Warner Bros. vault in an amazing 11+-Hour, 6-Disc Collection of 53 Theatrical Shorts, including two discs worth of eye-popping early three-strip Technicolor.
DISC ONE Vitaphone Pioneers (1926-1931) 13 shorts BETWEEN THE ACTS AT THE OPERA(1926) Howard Brothers FAVORITE ORCHESTRA OF THE MOTION PICTURE COLONY (1928) Gus Arnheim & His Cocoanut Grove Orchestra TAL HENRY AND HIS NORTH CAROLINIANS (1929) RHYTHMS (1929) Leo Reisman and his Hotel Brunswick Orchestra THE OPRY HOUSE (1929) The Mound City Blue Blowers RED NICHOLS AND HIS FIVE PENNIES (1929) Eddie Condon 23...SKIDOO (1930) Lew Field's wife creates chaos. FASHION'S MIRROR (1930) Jack Thompson and Barbara Newberry HENRY SANTREY AND HIS SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE ORCHESTRA (1931) OPENING NIGHT (1931) ONE WAY OUT (1931) Thelma White and Charles Lawrence JACK BUCHANAN WITH THE GLEE QUARTETTE (1930) BUBBLES (1930) The Gumm Sisters (Judy Garland) and Mae Questel (Betty Boop)
DISC TWO Vitaphone Varieties (1931-35) 6 Shorts THE GRAND DAME (1931) Patsy Kelly NINE O'CLOCK FOLKS (1931) Roy Fant HOT NEWS MARGIE (1931) Newshen Marjorie Beebe THE MILD WEST (1933) Janet Reade ROOFTOPS OF MANHATTAN (1935) Manhattan's rooftops witness the life of a family. Gil Lamb SURPRISE (1935) The Duncan Sisters say goodbye to college.
DISC THREE Movie Memories, Celebrities & Novelties (1931-34) 11 shorts THRILLS OF YESTERDAY: SERIOUS MOMENTS FROM SERIAL DAYS (1931) MOVIE ALBUM #1 (1932) Silent movie clips. INKLINGS (1933) Lowell Thomas narrates cartoon vignettes. MOVIE ALBUM #2 (1932) Silent film clips with new dialogue. NICKELETTE (1932) Films from the Nickelodeon. MOVIE MEMORIES #1 (1933) Footage of prize-fighters. A PENNY A PEEP (1934) Nickelodeon footage woven into the present day. THE CAMERA SPEAKS (1934) A Vitaphone night watchman revisits the past. HOLLYWOOD NEWSREEL (1934) Glimpses of your favorite stars. MOVIE MEMORIES #2 (1934) A tribute to silent stars. A TRIP THROUGH A HOLLYWOOD STUDIO (1934) WB VIP Studio Tour!
DISC FOUR Singin and Swingin (1933-39) 11 shorts HARRY WARREN, AMERICA'S FOREMOST COMPOSER (1933) BARBER SHOP BLUES (1933) Claude Hopkins and Orchestra A BIG CITY FANTASY (1934) Phil Spitalny and Orchestra MIRRORS (1934) Triple mirrors! Freddie Rich & His Orchestra PHIL SPITALNY & HIS MUSICAL QUEENS (1934) DON REDMAN & HIS ORCHESTRA (1934) MR. & MRS. JESSE CRAWFORD AT HOME (1939) Organists Jesse and Helen Crawford VAUDEVILLE REEL #1 (1934) Herb Williams VAUDEVILLE REEL #2 (1934) Buster Shaver and Olive and George VAUDEVILLE REEL #3 (1935) Al Trahan VAUDEVILLE REEL #4 (1935) Blossom Seeley, Benny Fields & Pat Rooney Sr
DISC FIVE TECHNICOLOR M2-Reelers (1934-35) 6 Shorts SERVICE WITH A SMILE (1934) A service station owner gives his garage a fantasy makeover. Leon Errol GOOD MORNING, EVE (1934) Leon Errol WHAT? NO MEN! (1934) Men face a modern day tribe of Amazons. El Brendel GYPSY SWEETHEART (1935) A blue-blood invites his Gypsy girlfriend to a party. Wini Shaw OKAY, JOSE (1935) An American mercenary befriends a bandito. El Brendel CARNIVAL DAY (1935) A balloon seller brings a jockey and a flower girl together. Felix Knight
DISC SIX TECHNICOLOR 2-Reelers (1935-38) 6 Shorts KING OF THE ISLANDS (1936) A shipwrecked sailor romances a native queen. Wini Shaw CHANGING OF THE GUARD (1936) A retired general relives the Boer War. Sybil Jason ECHO MOUNTAIN (1936) Romance blossoms on the Swiss Alps. Fred Lawrence THE SUNDAY ROUND-UP (1936) A wild west minister entices parishioners with song. Dick Foran/Jane Wyman ROMANCE ROAD (1938) A singing Mountie gets his man-and woman! Walter Cassell OUT WHERE THE STARS BEGIN (1938) Vitaphone all-stars help young Sally realize her dreams.
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