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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS
Cast (feature film)
A research psychologist gets involved in the personal lives of four women.
A millionaire uses a fake name to infiltrate a musical making fun of him.
Cinematography (feature film)
Visual Effects (feature film)
A straitlaced turn-of-the-century father presides over a family of boys and the mother who really rules the roost.
In this musical short, a fading Broadway entertainer takes a job as a maid. Vitaphone Release 1973-1974.
This musical short film showcases a series of bands through a compilation of older Vitaphone shorts, including "Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra" (1939) and "Rubinoff and His Violin" (1939). Vitaphone Release 1419A.
A patriotic wartime short showcasing the U.S. Coast Guard Band and saluting the Naval branches of the military. Vitaphone Release 1216A.
Bandleader Frances Carroll leads The Coquettes, an all-woman band, in several swing tunes in this short film. Vitaphone Release B220.
In this short, Ozzie Nelson and his orchestra perform such musical numbers as "Loyal Sons of Rutgers" and "Begin the Beguine." Vitaphone Release B261.
Women are put in charge of all city positions for a day in this musical short. Vitaphone Release B262.
In this fantastic short, famous literary figures step out of the pages of books after dark. Vitaphone Release B224-225.
In this short film, Rita Rio and her all-girl orchestra perform several musical numbers, such as "Look, Look" and "Jitterbug Jamboree." Vitaphone Release B229.
This musical short showcases the talent of Vincent Lopez and his orchestra performing with Betty Hutton. Vitaphone Release B228.
In this short film, a publicity agent must reunite a quarreling husband and wife musical team in order to save his job.
In this short film, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Crawford host a formal dress audition in their home for a prospective sponsor of their radio show. Vitaphone Release B219.
In this short film, a stunt double loses consciousness and imagines himself in a series of scenes with doubles for many other famous actors including Bing Crosby, Tyrone Power, and Greta Garbo.
In this short, Larry Clinton and his orchestra perform such popular numbers as "Chinatown, My Chinatown" and "Old Folks." Vitaphone Release B221.
In this Warner Brothers Vitaphone musical short Artie Shaw leads his orchestra through several songs.
This musical short film presents a radio broadcast of several popular bands performing such musical numbers as "It Had to Be You" and "Tea for Two." Vitaphone Release B213.
In this short film, the government has set up a special agency to stamp out what it considers the number one public menace: the jitterbug. Vitaphone Release B240-241.
In this short film, a woman must use her head when she discovers a burglar has entered her house. Vitaphone Release B49.
In this short film, bandleader Jimmy Dorsey performs his best known songs, such as "Beebe" and "Dusk in Upper Sandusky." Vitaphone Release B144.
A woman, afraid to leave her apartment for not paying her rent, is rescued in this musical short film. Vitaphone Release B141-142.
In this short, Woody Herman and His Orchestra perform such musical numbers as "Holiday" and "The Shag." Vitaphone Release B209.
In this short film, Larry Clinton and his orchestra perform such popular hits as "Get Happy" and "Power House." Vitaphone Release B247.
In this musical short, orchestra leader Ray Kinney sings Hawaiian songs while The Aloha Maids dance. Vitaphone Release B160.
Hell is cooling down, so the Devil imports Leon Navara and his Orchestra to put on some heat in this musical short. Vitaphone Release B20.
In this short film, a group of children sing and dance in costume to such musical numbers as "In the Gloaming" and "Oh, Susannah." Vitaphone Release B162-163.
Bandleader Freddie Rich conducts such popular musical numbers as "You''''re an Education" and "Loch Lomond" in this short film. Vitaphone Release B122.
In this short film, Artie Shaw leads his orchestra in five songs, such as "Nightmare" and "Non-Stop Flight." Vitaphone Release B214.
This musical short is a satirical adaptation of "The Prisoner of Zenda." Vitaphone Release B108-109.
In this short film, Larry Clinton and his orchestra bring in several guest performers to perform such numbers as "Satan Takes a Holiday" and "College Humor." Vitaphone Release B139.
In this short musical, Louis Prima and his jazz quartette play such musical selections as "Please Be Kind" and "Loch Lomond." Vitaphone Release B138.
In this comedic short, Edgar Bergen and his ventriloquist dummy Charlie McCarthy get into trouble in Mexico. Vitaphone Release 2088.
In this short film, an out-of-work man finds himself falsely accused of murder. Vitaphone Release B41.
In this short musical, an elevator operator and an engaged girl in love dodge the girl''''s fiancee and attempt to win over her father. Vitaphone Release B36-37.
A woman living in Paris feels neglected by her husband, so she decides to go to New York City and enjoy herself in this short film. Vitaphone Release B27-28.
In this short, Jimmie Lunceford and his orchestra perform such musical classics as "Nagasaki" and "Rhythm Is Our Business." Vitaphone Release 2062.
A traveling musical troupe attempt to work off a hotel debt in this musical short. Vitaphone Release 2070-2071.
In this short film, a problem "child" attempts to foil his adoption at an orphanage. Vitaphone Release 1991.
In this short film, a producer becomes a one-man production staff for a show.
Cab Calloway is told by a fortune teller that he will better his lot in life in this musical short film. Vitaphone Release 2078.
In this short film, a radio salesman gets knocked out by a golf ball and dreams he''''s in the desert where he sells radios to sheiks. Vitaphone Release 2002-2003.
In this short film, a boy holds a talent show in his back yard by and for his adolescent friends. Vitaphone Release 2007-2008.
This frosty, melodious short film stars Harry Reser and his orchestra performing such musical selections as "You Hit the Spot" and "Tap on Toe." Vitaphone Release 1983.
In this short musical, a doctor develops pills that assist a man to tap dance. Vitaphone Release 1980-1981.
In this short film, Babe Ruth proposes to put a song about baseball on the radio. Vitaphone Release 2073.
In this short film, a newspaper columnist calls people at random and asks them "What would you like to do?" Vitaphone Release 1962-1963.
A salesman trains a singing and dancing washing machine sales force in this musical short film. Vitaphone Release 1928-1929.
In this musical short, Little Jack Little and his orchestra perform several musical numbers of the day, such as "Lady in Red" and "Lulu''''s Back in Town." Vitaphone Release 1936.
This comedic short film presents Edgar Bergen and his ventriloquist dummy Charlie McCarthy providing their own form of comic justice over the courtroom. Vitaphone Release 1935.
In this short film, the owner of a shoe polish company sponsors a radio show that showcases black performers. Vitaphone Release 1945-1946,
George Hall and his orchestra are stranded and decide to sleep on the stage of a potentially haunted theater in this short film. Vitaphone Release 2056.
In this comedic short, an expert on Russian art apparently doesn''''t know as much about the subject as he thinks he does. Vitaphone Release 2063.
In this musical short, a condensed version of "Fifty Million Frenchmen" (1931), a wealthy American meets the girl of his dreams and makes a bet that they will be engaged without her knowing of his riches. Vitaphone Release 1752-1753.
A gangster''''s moll attempts to break into high society in this comedic short. Vitaphone Release 1203.
Film Production - Main (short)
In this comedic short, a man desiring to join the Grouch Club describes the terrible experience of trying to check out a book from a public library. Vitaphone Release B168.
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