Victor Herbert


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Sweethearts (1938) - Wooden Shoes After supporting players are introduced in elaborate exposition of the sixth anniversary performance of their Broadway performance, Ray Bolger dances and Jeanette MacDonald sings, Nelson Eddy coming in the next number, in MGM’s Technicolor Sweethearts, 1938, lyrics by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest to the original Victor Herbert tune.
Sweethearts (1938) - Every Lover Must Meet His Fate The second number which introduces Nelson Eddy as Broadway star Ernest Lane, joining Jeanette MacDonald as his wife Gwen Marlowe, in the anniversary performance of their long-running musical hit, new lyrics by Bob Wright and Chet Forrest, to the tune from the Victor Herbert operetta, in Sweethearts, 1938.
Sweethearts (1938) - Pretty As A Picture Frank Morgan is the Broadway producer for musical stars, Ernest Lane and Gwen Marlowe (Nelson Eddy and Jeanette MacDonald), now doing a radio show celebrating six years in their hit show, in MGM’s first three-strip Technicolor feature, Sweethearts, 1938.
Naughty Marietta (1935) - Chansonette We’ve just met Jeanette MacDonald as flighty French princess Marie, visiting with her musical mentor Herr Schuman (Joseph Cawthorne), then joining his rowdy students for a song from the original operetta by Victor Herbert and Rida Johnson Young, in her first MGM feature with Nelson Eddy, Naughty Marietta, 1935.
Naughty Marietta (1935) - Tramp, Tramp, Tramp Jeanette MacDonald is princess Marie, posing as one of a group of French would-be mail-order brides, captured by pirates en route to New Orleans, trouble brewing when an ill-defined group of “Yankee Scouts” led by Nelson Eddy appears, his first song in their first feature together, by Victor Herbert and Rida Johnson Young, in Naughty Marietta, 1935.
Naughty Marietta (1935) - Ah, Sweet Mystery Of Life Nearing the climax, in colonial New Orleans, after her first stanza introducing the song, reaffirming her love for brave commoner Richard (Nelson Eddy), he joins politically obligated princess Marie (Jeanette MacDonald) in the most famous song from their first MGM feature, by Victor Herbert and Rida Johnson Young, in Naughty Marietta, 1935.
Babes In Toyland (1934) - Stannie Dum And Ollie Dee True storybook opening from producer Hal Roach, Mother Goose (Virginia Karns) with the song from the 1903 Victor Herbert operetta, introducing Bo-Peep (Charlotte Henry), Mother Peep (Florence Roberts), Barnaby (Henry Kleinbach) and the stars Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, in Babes In Toyland, 1934.
Babes In Toyland (1934) - Anything You Can Do... As hapless toy-makers Stannie Dum and Ollie Dee, Oliver wants to know about the “pee-wees” on which Stan has spent his money, preventing them from bailing out their kindly landlady Mother Peep, early in the eventually-acclaimed Hal Roach Laurel & Hardy vehicle Babes In Toyland, 1934.
Babes In Toyland (1934) - March Of The Wooden Soldiers SPOILER and among the weirdest events in any Hal Roach or Laurel & Hardy film, the hairy “bogeymen” led by Barnaby (Henry Kleinbach) have invaded Toyland, when toy-makers Stan and Ollie realize the giant soldiers they ordered by mistake can be useful, the climax of Babes In Toyland, 1934.
Babes In Toyland (1961) - The One And Only Mother Goose! First Sylvester the goose, voice by director Jack Donohue, Mary McCarty as Mother Goose, then the chorus with the first song adapted by George Bruns from the 1903 opera, with new lyrics by Mel Leven, choreography by Tom Mahoney, the leads not yet seen, in Disney’s Babes In Toyland , 1961.

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