Another in a series of Metro Movietone Revues featuring various vaudeville acts.
M-G-M presents four acts from the vaudeville stages in this early sound short.
A 1929 film directed by William A. Seiter.
Walter Winchell meets a budding country journalist and shows her around the Biltmore Hotel.
A Musical Revue featuring a number of prominent vaudeville and theatrical British artists of the day in songs, dances, dramatic and musical sketches.
In spring 1997, after several delays, The Video Dream Mixes was released. It features music material from The Dream Mixes, combined with films of US landscapes and alienated sights of Venice, pictures and computer animated graphics and virtual views from outer space. The film material was mixed up with clips showing the band on stage or during journeys. Most of the material was filmed by Edgar Froese.
Tourniquet recorded live at Walker Hall in Orange, CA on February 7,1998
The Rootsman Meets Inspirational Sound has a good time on the streets of Bradford.
One of the short little films featuring Don Aspiazu of his own orchestra, a good example of the style of Cubano jazz in the 1920's and 1930's, combined with some sporadic, picturesque images of contemporary Cuba.
Fatima's mother dies after giving birth to her. Her father observes that the women in her family die when they put their first children. And to avoid this fate her father keeps her away from any man. But Fatima falls in love with Ahmed.
A poor graduated singer struggling to get his chance, disguises into an old music teacher to work in a girl's school. A bet is launched between two of the leading students to trap this teacher into their affection.
The film is about famous Chechen ballet and folk dancer Mahmud Essembayev's life.
A musical short starring, Zelda Santley and Victor Pelle.
An unbaptized woman is killed because of the regressive mentality existing in the mountains of northern Albania.
A Marine Sergeant wounded in overseas combat service, requires an operation, and Navy psychiatrist Captain R. S. Handler, recommends to Marine Captain Russ Morgan and Colonel Winters that "Sarge" be given a few weeks rest before hospitalization. Through Dean McKinley of San Juan Junior College, Sarge enters the school on a temporary basis. The teenagers are rehearsing a school show and Freddie is worried because they have no band. Freddie, Dodie Rogers and Betty Rogers find Sarge asleep in the park, and the girls put him up at their house when they learn he can't find a room. Betty has a row with boyfriend Roy , and in order to make him jealous gets Freddie to invite her to the school dance after telling Freddie that his girlfriend Dodie is going with Sarge. Many misunderstandings follow but all is well when Sarge gets his marine captain to bring his band over to the school for the school's BIG SHOW.
Ping opera film.
1h 10min | Documentary, Music | TV Movie 28 May 1995