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A Recital of Gramophone Records From the Films of 1933

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Jack Payne and his Band : Selection, The Kid from Spain (Kalmar Ruby, Ak&t). The Three Ginx: Whistling under the Moon (Heads we go) (Hargreaves, Damrell, Ewing). The [B.B.C. Dance Orchestra, directed by Henry Hall : Who's afraid of the big, bad Wolf? (Three little Pigs) (Churchill, Ronell). Cicely Courtneidge : There's something about a soldier (Soldiers of the King) (Gay). Jack Payne and his Band : Please (The Big Broadcast) (Robin, Rainger). The Boswell Sisters with the Dorsey Brothers' Orchestra: Shuffle off to Buffalo (Forty-Second Street) (Dubin, Warren). Maurice Chevalier : Oh 1 that Mitzi (One Hour with You) (Robin, Whiting). The Casani Club Orchestra, directed by Charles Kunz : My Lucky Day (This Week of Grace) (Parr, Davies). Marlene Dietrich : Johnny (Song of Songs) (Hollander). Jan Kiepnra : Tell me tonight (Tell me Tonight) (Spoliansky). The New Mayfair Orchestra with Noel Coward. Cavalcade Suite (Tunes of 1912-1930) (Coward).

Contributors

Unknown: Jack Payne
Directed By: Henry Hall
Unknown: Cicely Courtneidge
Unknown: Jack Payne
Unknown: Maurice Chevalier
Directed By: Charles Kunz
Unknown: Marlene Dietrich
Unknown: Jan Kiepnra
Unknown: Noel Coward.

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A Recital of Gramophone Records From the Films of 1933

National Programme Daventry, 1 January 1934 14.15






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