[78-L] Famous Labels and other record anomalies in movies

David Lennick dlennick at sympatico.ca
Sun Sep 16 15:11:40 PDT 2012

Maybe Glenn thought the red label would excite the chambermaid.


On 9/16/2012 4:54 PM, DAVID BURNHAM wrote:
> I suspect that my memory may be less than perfect but when I was a child, I saw a movie called "Blue Gardenia" and the only thing I remember about this movie was a close up of - what I remember as - a Victor record with, (I think), a Canadian style batwing label.  It has been 60 years since I saw this movie, I haven't been able to find it on a video or anything since, but that's my recollection.
> In the movie 32 films about Glenn Gould or whatever it was called, there is a scene where Glenn is urging a chamber maid to listen to his latest record.  What he puts on the turntable is a red labeled record.  I don't think Glenn Gould ever made a red labeled record.
> You often see records playing at the wrong speed - LPs on an old acoustic player playing at a 78 ish speed or 78s being played at a slower speed, 45 or 33; and many examples of an acoustic player emitting high fidelity sound.
> db
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