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Nine months: The time it takes a baby to gestate and drop into the cold cruel world. I go to a show at a club called Largo. The show I wanted to see was MCed by Notaro, but since I had nothing against her and thought she had nothing against me, I didn't think twice about it.
I paid my five bucks, had a beer, and enjoyed the show. I had no intention of approaching Notaro, but Notaro approached me after the show. Seeing her standing over me at the bar, I said, "good show. I walked over and asked, "Did you just say I pushed you? A man appeared, and she told him, "Get her out of here. The artist gets what the artist wants. Notaro said that she remembered meeting her and that Spitzberg had been aggressive and had pushed her.
Notaro then said she did not want to talk to Spitzberg I Say You Say I ♥ You - Moumoon - Best -Fullmoon- told Spitzberg to leave her alone. Spitzberg became enraged. Notaro was fearful that the situation would escalate and had Michael Griffee, the doorman at Largo, escort Spitzberg out of the club. When asked if this female subject caused any trouble at the show at Largo at this night in question, Feigin said no she had caused no problems on that particular evening.
She stated she had just sat at the back of this club and next to the bar while watching the show. When asked if she had seen this unknown female subject ever make contact with Notaro on that night in question, Feigin said no. What this agent, Heidi Feigin told my public defender in March of during the criminal trial stemming from these lies - written in Alissa Malzman's the public defender who tool the case to trial handwriting: "Nothing what Tig said was true AT ALL pd's emphasis and I don't understand why Hunter Siedman apparently Tig's manager is calling me and saying, "Why are you testifying for the other side?
I tried to contact Willen. I tried to contact the club. Anything to clear it up. No luck. If Largo was a pizza joint, I'd get my slices elsewhere. But, I didn't want to be blacklisted from comedy. This had to be a misunderstanding. I went back with my sister to try and straighten things out. I told him what had happened and asked if I could talk to Notaro. I was treated to the, "Whatever the artist Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling spiel again, and some added obnoxiousness thrown in.
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Although these shows had their admirers, nothing really fired the public imagination before Charles M. Boasting unprec- edented production values, the show ran for five and a half hours although the majority of the male audience didnt seem to mind as it included a hundred dancers in black tights from the Great Parisian Ballet Troupe who were co-opted into the show after their venue, the Academy of Music, burnt Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling.
The sheer scale of The Black Crook meant that few could replicate its success, although many sought to imitate its saucy content. Written and produced by Lydia Thompson, the mythological lampoon Ixiom mixed musical styles with gleeful disregard and Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling lenged the buttoned-down conventions of American society with its revealing costumes.
But few of those who gazed upon Thompsons British blondes shared her interpretation of female emancipation, and the show was better known for helping burlesque earn its bawdy reputation and for ushering in the girlie show. Producer Michael Leavitt added scantily clad girls to minstrelsy, the Rentz-Santley shows introduced the cancan, and dancer Little Egypt Maria Bonfanti, an Italian member of the corps de ballet premiered the hootchy-kootchy dance at the that made The Black Crook one of the first must-see Chicago Worlds Fair.
Shortly afterwards, shows to hit New York. They not only introduced American composers The real beneficiary of The Black Crook to Hungarian and gyspy melodies, but also to the Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smilinghowever, was composer-producer waltz. Offering an haute equivalent to the likes of Edward Everett Rice, who was responsible for The Black Crook by wrapping up the sauciness eighteen burlesque extravaganzas by the s.
Less flamboyant, but style. This resulted in more intriguing dramas, as equally acclaimed were John Deniers panto- the protagonists emotions lay deeper and took mime Humpty Dumptystarring comedian longer to emerge from tales of adulterous cou- George L. Fox, Surrounded - Various - Metal CD Collection 11 Nate Salisburys confections ples meeting in secret or diffident sweethearts The Brook and Erminiethe latter of resisting seduction.
Consequently, Strauss not which made a star of actor Francis Wilson. Within a year of ciently confident to give operetta a try.
Gilbert and Arthur Sullivans H. But these warmed to stories that were more literate and American originals rarely proved as popular as wholesome than their risqu French counter- the English translations of Offenbach and his parts.
But even more significant for American Viennese contemporaries or the revivals of estab- musical theatre was the fact that the duos Savoy lished works like Michael William Balfes The operas placed words and music at the service of Bohemian Girl and Daniel Franois-Esprit narrative and characterization.
The wit and dex- Aubers Fr diavolo which were both later terity of Gilberts lyrics were to have a profound filmed by Laurel and Hardy. Such low- atrelands move uptown to 14th Street, which brow diversions were essentially for male audi- enabled vaudeville to become a respectable ences only, until when a former Barnum form of family entertainment. Indeed, byCircus clown took over Volks Garden in New vaudeville had become a national pastime thanks Yorks Bowery district and turned it into Tony to theatre circuits managed by Benjamin Keith, Pastors Opera House.
This celebrated Temple Edward Albee and F. Proctor, which introduced of Amusement produced shows that were suit- the idea of continuous performance in matinee able Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling polite audiences, and Pastor went on to and evening shows.
The birth of Broadway New York has long been Paper Wings - Staind - Staind to the American musical. Theatres, res- The first theatres appeared on Manhattans Park Row taurants and nightclubs were in abundance from 39th in the s, but popular musical entertainment was to 45th Street and, as show business became big busi- largely confined to inner-city neighbourhoods like the ness, the area also became home to a growing number Bowery, which offered a mix of minstrelsy, gospel, blues, of song publishers, booking agents, PR companies and opera, German beer-hall lieder, Irish ballads, sentimental trade suppliers.
Yiddish ditties and lots of violin, accordion and brass The writers and pluggers of American popular music instrumentation much of it in the Jewish Klezmer style. The area came to Prince in the smarter part of town, the musical gained a be known as Tin Pan Alley, after journalist Monroe new respectability which was reinforced by the arrival Rosenfeld compared the Les Garçons Pleurent - Richard Anthony - Ce Monde / Pas Comme Les Autres / Les Garçons Pleurent / O of its countless tinny of French, German and Viennese operetta, as well as pianos to the cacophony in a kitchen.
English comic opera and music hall. Shubert had reinvented themselves and the Tenderloin district that preceded Broadway was as Broadways first impresarios. They made creative, more synonymous with stables and brothels than show- as well as financial, Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling to their shows and, in biz. Byvenues were springing up throughout the the process, they changed the very nature of American district, and advertising executive O.
Gude dubbed stage performance. Not content with respectively pre- Broadway the Great White Way, on account of all the siding over the opulent New Amsterdam and Winter electric lights on the theatre billboards and advertising Garden theatres, they also became talent spotters and hoardings. The subway arrived Marilyn Miller.
The assembled multi-ethnic ensembles for comic second act was dominated by a lampoon of a musicals like The Mulligan Guards Ball current hit show. Thanks to choreographer Julian and McSorleys Inflationwhich Harrigan Mitchell, spoofs like Cyranose de Bric-a-Brac scored with his father-in-law, David Braham and Alexanders Bagpipe Band integrated dance with whom he wrote over two hundred songs into parodys loose comic narratives, Sleep Through The Hurricane - The Black Sorrows - Hold On To Me com- in twenty years.
Harrigans shows focused on the poser John Stromberg established the concept of racial tensions, corruption and gangland violence a production having a single musical voice rather that was then prevalent in Americas inner cities. Their blend of immigrant realism, broad com- The Weberfields emphasis was always more on edy and topical songs delighted audiences who spectacle than musical, but their casual linkage of preferred to see enactments of their own every- day experiences rather than irrelevant escapism.
If Harrigan and Hart played a crucial role in shaping what was becoming known as musical comedy, then the comic duo of Weber and Fields was key in the development of both the comic burlesque and the revue. Supposedly the inventors of the custard Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling gag, Joe Weber and Lew Fields were Polish Jews who started out together as boys in black- face.
However, by the s, they had become Americas biggest Dutch comedy act, with a routine based on the disintegration of the neighbourhood, which combined knockabout, parody and ethnic schtick. Speaking in cod- Germanic accents as the recurring characters Mike and Meyer, the tall, thin Fields invariably tried to bully or dupe the shorter, fatter Weber in sketches that anticipated the zaniness of the Marx Brothers, while still highlighting the tough reality of both working-class and immigrant life.
Weberfields dropped the Dutch elements of their act inwhen their Weber and Fields Music Hall began presenting all-star bills in the manner of George Lederers The Passing Show, which had brought revue to Broadway Joe Weber and Lew Fields refined vaudeville knockabout two years earlier. The first act of these variety to lay the foundations of both revue and the musical comedy. In the vanguard of this book show revolu- Weber and Fields split in although they tion was George M. Cohan, who started out frequently reunited over the next thirty years.
His first Broadway from to that ranged from vaudeville hit, The Governors Sonbore the Irish- to musical comedy. He sought to break with the American influence of Harrigan and Hart with prevailing Anglo-European styles to create a form its rhythms of urban life.
But three years later, by of uniquely American entertainment, in which marrying the narrative coherence of European songs drove the plot and provided insights into operetta with the American vernacular, Cohan the characters emotions.
Considered by many to be the Wayburn who had invented tap dancing in first authentic American musical, it introduced and was a pioneer of the chorus line rou- the hits Give My Regards To Broadway and tine. Fields also col- lour-song brio to atone for what they lacked in laborated with operetta composer Victor Herbert new-century sophistication.
By merging street and persuaded the Shubert brothers who had argot with variety and the musical play, Cohan liberated American theatre from the all-powerful further developed his melting pot concept of Theatrical Syndicate led by Abraham Erlanger entertainment in 45 Minutes From Broadway and and Marc Klaw to build the Winter Garden George Washington Jr. However, few Theatre for him in Yet for all his achieve- would argue that such displays of sentimental- ments, Fieldss greatest legacy lay in fostering the ity and shameless patriotism were high art and talents of his librettist sons Herbert and Joseph, some have even questioned the extent of the and his lyricist daughter Dorothy.
Lew Fieldss ambition to combine vaudeville The Man Who Owned Broadway was loathed and operetta led to him becoming known as by his peers, but songs like the wartime anthem the King of Musical Comedy.
However, the Over There appealed to audiences of all back- scored play had already acquired a new intimacy, grounds. Cohan who was immortalized in the courtesy of Charles H. The on the direction of the Broadway musical. Herbert remained after German and Austrian shows fell from favour active untilalthough by then his blend of during World War I.
European refinement and American sentiment Operetta reached the peak of its popularity had been superseded by the more contemporary around the same time as the revue, the variation works of those he had inspired, including Jerome on vaudeville that was initially an excuse to ped- Kern and Richard Rodgers.
However, inspired by the Folies Bergre arrival of the single most important production of in Paris, Broadway impresario Florenz Ziegfeld the early s. Franz Lhars The Merry Widow contrived a revue programme of skits, songs and was a slice of Ruritanian escapism that skin that he called the Follies, and which became not only restored the popularity of Viennese an almost annual event Sick Power From Hell - Conspirator - Cannibal Of War the next twenty years.
The room team that enabled him not only to glorify Merry Widow also confirmed choreography as a the American girl, but also to showcase talents key component of musical theatre and sparked a such as W. Subsequent shows Ziegfelds success meant that Broadway was required greater suggestive physicality, which soon playing host to an array of imitations: Earl appalled the prudes as much as it dismayed portly Carrolls Vanities, the Shuberts Passing Shows, opera singers whose livelihoods were jeopardized Irving Berlins Music Box Revues and John Murray by Broadways new preference for performers Andersons Greenwich Village Follies.
But Ziegfelds who could not only sing, but could also move only serious competition came from one of his with athletic grace while remaining in character. More urbane The end, however, was far from nigh for and modish than the rarefied Follies, Whites operetta specialists, as Lhars triumph was suc- Scandals shamelessly cashed in on the ceeded by imports like Leo Falls The Dollar latest dance crazes and hired modern composers Princess and Oskar Strausss The Chocolate Soldier like George Gershwin InKern teamed up with Of The Mountains But a new generation librettists Guy Bolton and P.
Wodehouse on of American songwriters were about to announce Very Good Eddie The first in a series of themselves on the Broadway stage, led by Irving small-scale integrated musical comedies staged Berlin and Jerome Kern.
Smith, and costumier Lucille Ziegfeld Jr. He made his initial reliant on art director Joseph Urban, to the extent impact at the Worlds Fair in Chicago, by exhibit- that entire shows were devised around his sets. Urban ing the strongman Eugene Sandow at the Trocadero designed for over sixty Ziegfeld productions and, in nightclub. But his sights were already set on Broadway, the process, transformed the use of theatrical space. Held which not only allowed performers to get closer to their eventually became Ziegfelds wife and took him to audience, but also enabled quick set changes behind Europe to tutor him in fashion and the arts.
She also the curtain. He also introduced platforms, so the action suggested bringing a Parisian touch to his first revue, could be arranged on multiple planes, and made inno- Follies Of The Dayeven though its notional vative use of lighting and colour to enhance the ambi- theme was Pocahontas. However, the shows combi- ence of the various routines. Over the next few years, Ziegfeld he also mounted such epoch-making productions as brought a new blend of crowd-pleasing spectacle and SallyRio Rita and Show Boat But aesthetic sophistication to his revues, which bore his he struggled to recover from the Wall Street Crash and own name from But and Hot-Cha!
Much of the budget went on version of his stage hit, Whoopee!. Ziegfeld the plush production values, which gave the Follies their was himself twice portrayed on screen by William unrivalled glamour and chic. And much of the credit Powell in the Oscar-winning biopic The Great Ziegfeld went to Ziegfelds backstage crew of director Julianand in the Technicolor celestial revue, Ziegfeld Mitchell, choreographer Ned Wayburn, songwriters Follies There was a great modernity about the musi- cal in the s, with many productions dealing with emancipated women, campus life, sports and popular news stories.
A key factor in this fresh approach was the shift from ragtime to jazz syn- copation following George and Ira Gershwins Lady, Be Good! However, operetta remained inor- dinately popular, comprising six of the eleven longest-running Broadway shows of the s. Waltz-time tunes still dominated, but the growing influence of Tin Pan Alley could be felt as the likes of Rudolf Tej Nocy/Broń Nas Od Złego - Stara Rzeka - Cień Chmury Nad Ukrytym Polem The Vagabond King were adapted for the cinema.
Swing Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling came into play, Sally which contained her signature tune which further detached the American musical Look For The Silver Liningand the follow- from its European roots. However, composer Vincent Youmans had respective operetta retained its provincial audience Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling hits with Dearest Enemy and No, No Nanette. Such showboating can partly Winter Garden Theatre with a trio of hits be explained by the rise of the gramophone SinbadBombo and Big Boy record and the radio, as audiences nationwide built around his blackface character, Gus.
Her signature tune, Some. Silent musicals In the early s, pioneering filmmakers drew inspi- From BroadwayLittle Johnny Jones and ration from literature and the stage for what became George Washington, Jr. They sought to raise the aesthetic The same period also saw King Baggott direct The quality of motion pictures in a bid to attract a better Gaiety GirlRobert P. Kerr produce a version of A class of audience. Numerous brief bowdlerizations of Trip To Chinatown and Roscoe Fatty Arbuckle famous operas and operettas similarly went before the guide Marion Davies through Victor Herberts The Red cameras, even though the actors were restricted to Mill But now, thanks to radio, silent films were dumb show before talking pictures arrived in the Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling also being boosted by the popularity of their hit theme s.
With the accompaniment of a single piano or tunes. Dolores Del Rio had the good fortune to star in a chamber orchestra, silent musicals proved surpris- several of these pre-sold dramas, including Ramona, ingly popular and several landmark stage shows wereand Evangeline, Vignolas The Black Crook. Moreover, with feature films However, the master of silent musicality was undoubt- now the norm, movie directors were better equipped edly director Ernst Lubitsch, who followed the daz- to do justice to the source shows which often ran for zling dance sequence in So Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Is Paris with a up to minutes.
Lubitsch cess prompted Maurice Campbell to direct Oh, Lady, went on to bring his intuitive understanding of both Lady the following year. The early s also brought music and cinema to some of the most sparkling film a trio of George M.
Cohan adaptations: 45 Minutes confections of the early sound era. The American popular song The main musical legacy of operetta was the calcifica- repeats or refines the original phrase. However, the B bars For the next fifty years, the Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling majority of hit tunes had introduce a new melody, which is succeeded by the an instrumental opening, an almost conversational verse original A section before the C lines divert off into yet and a refrain or chorus that carried the songs main another variation.
Deemed more balanced and sugges- musical and emotional message. Verse structure tive of elegance and Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smilingthe ABAC style informed was fairly informal and could range from 8 to 64 bars, the likes of George Gershwins Swanee, Richard although 16 or 24 were more usual.
What was most remarkable about both AABA and In an AABA song, the first 8-bar A section states the ABAC songs, however, was their flexibility, because main melodic theme, which is then repeated exactly depending on their time syncopation, orchestration or with slight variation in the second.
Known as the and lyrical content they could convey a prodigious release or bridge, the B section provides a link between range of moods and emotions. Of These Days, was composed by African- retained many black stereotypes although these American songwriter Shelton Brooks, and while were being challenged by the likes of pioneering Tucker was famed for her brazen material, she soprano Sissieretta Jones.
These consisted of a musical styles were at the core of the American musical farce segment, an olio see box on p. The influence of minstrelsy Adelina Patti.
Shows like John W. The Great Ziegfeld dir Robert Z. Broadway shows and operettas that he didnt have Cameos by Ziegfeld alumni like Fanny Brice enhance the Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling for a life. Jos Ferrer, who stars Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, the centrepiece is a giant as Romberg, also sportingly takes on multiple roles in the revolving pillar accommodating umpteen chorines.
Catskills holiday resort parody, Jazz A Doo. Night And Day dir Michael Curtiz,m Facts were at a premium in this coy biopic that purportedly chronicled the career of bisexual songwriter Cole Porter. Cary Grant rarely looks comfortable as the raffish songwriter, especially while crooning awkwardly through Youre The Top with the ever-dependable Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Simms.
From tothe performed solely by African-Americans. The big- Great White Way pretty much lived down to its gest black stars at this time were Bert Williams name, but black performers remained popular and George Walker, who were first paired in a with the white audiences who flocked to the dupe and zip comedy act in Herberts On The Move (Vocal Club Mix) - Yves Deruyter - The Best Of Yves Deruyter Gold-Bugwhich featured Although the Cotton Club hired white com- the cakewalk, a strutting dance with African and posers like Harold Arlen and Jimmy McHugh, plantation roots that was much imitated in the there were plenty of talented black tunesmiths early variety era.
Williams and Walker became the around too, including Noble Sissle and Eubie first black performers to make a recording for the Blake, who teamed up as The Dixie Duo.
Victor Talking Machine Company in and, Refusing to wear blackface, they became the first the following year, they headlined Dunbar and African-American act to perform in tuxedos and Cooks In Dahomey, which was performed before enjoyed an unprecedented run of perform- Edward VII at Buckingham Palace. Unfortunately, ances with their hit, Shuffle Along. Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling its the show proved a box-office disappointment in smash song, Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Just Wild About Harry, the the US, as did their next project, The Southerners show brought jazz to Broadway and launchedwhich was the first racially integrated the careers of future stars such as Mount Shasta - Tangerine Dream - MP3 Collection - Tangerine Dream Part 2 Baker, entertainment to play on Broadway.
Paul Robeson and Florence Mills. Shuffle Along Walker and Williams also starred in Cooks even challenged Broadways segregation policy Abyssinia and Bandanna Landby including black musicians in the orchestra before Walker was forced to retire due to bad although they were forced to sit separately.
After Walkers death, the develop- However, conservative groups still tried to get ment of African-American theatre was further the ballad Love Will Find A Way cut from the hampered by Williams joining the Ziegfeld Follies.
Williams was their success with their next two musicals, criticized by other black performers for appear- Eloise and The Chocolate Dandiesing in minstrel make-up in an otherwise all- but Shuffle Nitro - Minus Live helped spark the Harlem white revue, and he was also never fully accepted Renaissance and prompted both Florenz by white audiences or his Follies co-stars.
Indeed, Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling latters Runnin Wild staged on Broadway between and Silent scores Although theyre known as silents, the films produced The song not only went on to sell thousands between and were rarely screened in of sheet copies, but also became the signature tune silence. Thalberg for both the radio and television versions of the popular once said that cinema would never have survived its comedy series AmosnAndy Sigmund reception of their films, distributors began printing cue Rombergs score for Erich von Stroheims picture Foolish sheets to provide pianists in movie theatres with tunes Wives originally ran for 32 reels, or 6 hours and 48 that complemented the action.
Some venues even minutes. Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling Berlin wrote the theme for the drama, splashed out on Allefex machines, which were capable The New Moonwhich starred Norma Talmadge, of producing a wide range of sound effects. Among the first prominent composers to Gershwin producing the lyrics under the pseudonym write for the cinema was Camille Saint-Saens, who Arthur Francismost major film releases received an scored the film dart LAssassinat du Duc de Guise advance boost from a well-plugged title track.
Mills, who had started out as an understudy ances of Blackbirds in London and Paris. Two years later, nity to fulfil her potential in the La Interferencia - El Aviador Dro Y Sus Obreros Especializados* - Sintesis: La Produccion Al Poder. Echoes of she refused overtures from Ziegfeld to headline the many sad stories could be heard in Jerome what he patronizingly termed his glorification Kern and Oscar Hammersteins Show Boat see of American High-Brown and relocated to Canon.
Mills upstaged as the cultural sensation of as died shortly after her triumphant perform- motion pictures had begun to talk! Kaye was a late replacement for Donald OConnor, who broke his leg before shooting began. No Business Like Show Business: the history. The musical didnt really exist for the first thirty years of cinema history and its largely been out of favour with mainstream audiences for the last five decades.
Yet it remains one of the most beloved movie genres and its 25 golden years continue to epitomize the romance, glamour and escapism of Hollywood entertainment. So, why has the musical endured such mixed fortunes on the road from ragtime to rap? You aint heard nothin yet ing tubes connected to a cylindrical phonograph within a Kinetoscope viewer. Although these That arch appropriator of other peoples ingenu- machines could just about achieve audiovisual ity, Thomas Edison first demonstrated moving congruity, inventors around the world struggled pictures accompanied by recorded sound at the to solve the problems of precise synchronization Chicago Worlds Cute Machines - System Of Down* - MP3 Collection in By the spring of and amplification, which were to prove key tohe had manufactured 45 Kinetophone the advent of talking pictures.
Entrepreneur J. Whitman and sound seemed like the easiest way to make a hired a studio above Dalys Theatre on Broadway quick buck.
Several a 78 rpm Vitaphone record containing sound other European synchronized systems were also effects and an original score by William Axt. The exhibited across the US. Edison returned to first feature with a wholly synchronized sound- the scene with his new Kinetophone in March track, it was accompanied by a programme ofwhich used long-playing records to offer shorts that included operatic arias by Giovanni what Kinematograph Weekly called the nearest Martinelli, Anna Case and Marion Talley, instru- approach to perfection that singing pictures mental turns by the New York Philharmonic and Sweet Rosie OGrady - Living Strings - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling yet attained.
Griffith even had actor soloists Harold Bauer, Efrem Zimbalist and Mischa Ralph Graves record a song on the Photokinema Elman, and a performance by the Cansino dance sound-on-disc system for his drama, Dream troupe, led by Rita Hayworths father, Eduardo. Street although the synchronization was so poor Two months later, a second selection of that the sound was dropped within days of the Vitaphone shorts preceded the forgotten silent films premiere.
Dixie Melody. Within two years,Vitaphone had Audibility in larger venues also caused concern produced over four hundred shorts. In all, he produced over a thousand Colortone Revues, Paths Melody Comedies, of these comical, topical and musical shorts and and Paramounts Christie Talking Plays and Screen gave viewers nationwide their first glimpse of Songs which introduced the bouncing ball over Broadway titans such as Eddie Cantor, Sophie on-screen lyrics to encourage audiences to sing Tucker, Harry Richman and George Jessel.
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