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A Programme of Gramophone Record3 From the Films


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Robert Renard and his Orchestra ;
Eski-O-Lay-Li-O-No (I am Suzanne) ; That's Love (Lady of the Boulevards) (Hart, Rodgers)
Anona Winn , Anne Neagle , and Trevor Jones , with Geraldo and his Orchestra : To-night (The Queen) (Carter, Schwartz)
Arthur Nichols and his Orchestra :
Why do I dream those dreams ? (Wonder Bar) (Dubin, Warren)
Jack Hulbert assisted by Elsie Otley and Eddie and Rex: My Dancing Lady (Dancing Lady) (Fields, McHugh)
Jack Payne and his Band : Cherie
(Love, Life and Laughter) (Haines, Harper)
Charles Kullman (tenor) : For love of you (For Love of You) (Pola, Vienna)
Ruth Etting : Build a little home
(Roman Scandals) (Dubin, Warren)
Horace Henderson and his Orchestra:
Happy Feet (King of Jazz) (Ager, Yellen)
(Continued overleaf)


Unknown: Robert Renard
Unknown: Anona Winn
Unknown: Anne Neagle
Unknown: Trevor Jones
Unknown: Arthur Nichols
Unknown: Jack Hulbert
Assisted By: Elsie Otley
Unknown: Jack Payne
Tenor: Charles Kullman
Unknown: Ruth Etting
Unknown: Horace Henderson

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