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lherault at verizon.net
Sun Mar 16 09:42:36 PDT 2014
Time to contact the folks at the Vitaphone project?
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[mailto:78-l-bounces at klickitat.78online.com] On Behalf Of Clifford Bolling
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I believe this is it! Haven't listened to the soundtrack all the way
through yet, but it is a Tiffany-Stahl production.
Regarding the rest of the soundtrack, I think this could easily be the
complete soundtrack since the film is only 68 minutes long, seems it should
fit on 8 - 16 inch sides, averaging less than 10 minutes per side at 33 rpm.
I don't believe this is OT at all. Try this 1929 film of the same name...
They only seem to list one song from the film, PALS FOREVER, which should
help you confirm. But it does mention a Tiffany-Stahl Production, which
might be a clue. The search is on to find the rest of the soundtrack.
>---- Clifford Bolling wrote:
>Hopefully, someone here can help me with this. I was looking through a
>bunch of 16" transcriptions and found a movie soundtrack on the Tiffany
>Tone label pressed by the Victor Talking Machine Co for the movie NEW
>ORLEANS on 4 discs,
>#1 - reels 1 & 3, #2 - reels 2 & 4, #3 - reels 5 & 7, #4 - reels 6 & 8.
>A quick search of the 'net revealed a 1947 movie with that name
>featuring Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, and Woody Herman, but this
ain't it. Also, by that time, the soundtrack was on the film and the Victor
Talking Machine Co no longer existed as such. Had to be 1927 to 1929,
>If that is so, where would I look for the earlier version of this movie
>that would match this soundtrack? Wikipedia doesn't list a movie of this
name at all in the 1920's or 1930's.
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