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Wild People(1932)

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  • Lost vaudeville duo

    • Paul Luchter
    • 5/23/11

    Harry Jans and Harold Whalen must have been a vaudeville duo. Their gimmick or shtick was rapid talking, seeming to ad lib, with jargon and rhyme, talking together. One looks vaguely liek George Burns, the other tall and skinny. The plot is ludicrous. The setting as a "Stone Age" Papua and New Guinea looks like proto-Flintstones, a nightclub with chiseled stone tables and carved stone chairs. Cavemen and sexy cavewomen.Trying to research this movie on line is near impossible. Even archived old newspapers didn't review it. There is known history of the dancing Panther Girl and Eleanor Thatcher, the hot singer and dancer, has clips on youtube.But one song and bit from the "audition" segment, an amazing play on St. James Infirmary (maybe done that way to aavoid royalties?), just a great song and sort of dance. Not anywhere to be found, nor anything on the singer, Helena Grant, I assume from the cast list/ I wan to know more on her, and on this song. What is the title of her song?Corny and ridiculous, only 15 minutes long, yet funny. A period piece, a slice of vaudeville and maybe burlesque, with a great frenetic, "exotic," erotic and funny dance number. The one guy who does a caveman Bing Crosby. Valuable if only for the Flintstones precursor imagery.Great little flick

  • Routine Two-Strip Color Short

    • CinemaScoper
    • 5/23/11

    Joyzelle Joyner's (Sign of the Cross) dancing is great and the two-strip Technicolor process is a curiosity but not very imaginatively used at that. Pretty routine short, interesting only for the two points mentioned above.

  • great family fun

    • jacqui
    • 4/2/11

    The original "Gong Show"...Funny

  • Very Fun Film!

    • Tim
    • 9/3/10

    This MGM short was all about dancing and singing! The singing was pretty good, but the dancing was fabulous! Well directed, precisely choreographed, the principles made it all look so easy and carefree; the dialogue quite funny! Wish we could find out who the leads are, they were great! I would highly recommend this short to anyone who loves fun, carefree musical cinema!

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