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The Cuckoo Song – Al Bowlly and the Arthur Lally Orchestra


This was recorded on September 21st 1932 by Arthur Lally and his orchestra, with a Xylophone solo by Rudy Starita. The song is sung by Al Bowlly. Would have been nice to think that it was Stan! Composer: T. Marvin Hatley (ASCAP/BMI) [original arrangement by Leroy Shield, credited in the copyright notice.] In 1932, lyrics were added for the piece, now called “Dance of the Cuckoos”, which was played by the London Symphony Orchestra. The lyrics were by Harry Steinberg. 1. Dance of the Cuckoos (Hatley, Steinberg, Laurel, Hardy) Rudy Starita, xylophone and orchestra directed by Arthur Lally, with vocals by Al Bowlly. Recorded 29 September 1932. Decca F3186. 2. With ARTHUR LALLY AND HIS ORCHESTRA. London, September 21, 1932. GB-4919-2 Dance Of The Cuckoos Dec F-3186

From The House of Edward: Inside The Box Of Summer

One of my favourite scenes on film has always been THIS DANCE by the great comic duo, Laurel and Hardy. So charming and sweet, I could watch it over and over. The aforementioned actress, Tilda Swinton, must feel the same way because last ….. How I loved this! The drawing of the dog is amazingly like dear E. We’ve given up our satellite dish, so must await M. Poirot on dvd. The Tilda S. movie opens soon at our little theatre. And I’ve found my reading slow this summer, … …

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“Going Up” is a spoof of Laurel and Hardy mixed with The Three Stooges, and while this has some dialogue (not in the actual story, but in the special dialogue cards that go with it), the original “unrestored” version that was going … The first short in the episode is a “silent” film called “Going Up”. The short film is kind of a tribute to the Three Stooges and involves a trio of vegetables (who look like the Stooges) trying to deliver a piano up a mountain of stairs. … …

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Classics DVDs Customer Reviews Laurel and Hardy Collection, Vol. 2 …

Episode Description: The Laurel & Hardy Collection Volume 2 contains 3 classic comedies A-Haunting We Will Go, Dancing Masters, and Bullfighters. These titles are all available for the first time on DVD in a slipcase for $34.98 & $46.98. … The DVD extras are rare gems. The WWII government short “The Tree in a Test Tube” presents a rare glimpse of L&H in color. A home movie-style film of the boys’ 1932 tour of the British Isles (complete with title cards & Stan’s … …

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Tribute to the USO


The USO was founded in 1941 in response to a request from President Franklin D. Roosevelt to provide morale and recreation services to US uniformed military personnel. Roosevelt was elected as its honorary chairman. This request brought together six civilian organizations: the Salvation Army, Young Mens Christian Association (YMCA), Young Womens Christian Association (YWCA), National Catholic Community Service, National Travelers Aid Association and the National Jewish Welfare Board. They were brought together under one umbrella to support US troops. Roosevelt said he wanted “these private organizations to handle the on-leave recreation of the men in the armed forces.” According to historian Emily Yellin, “The government was to build the buildings and the USO was to raise private funds to carry out its main mission: boosting the morale of the military.” After being formed in 1941 in response to World War II, “centers were established quickly… in churches, barns, railroad cars, museums, castles, beach clubs, and log cabins.”[4] Most centers offered recreational activities, such as holding dances and showing movies. And there were the well-known free coffee and doughnuts. Some USO bases provided a haven for spending a quiet moment alone or writing a letter home, while others offered spiritual guidance and made childcare available for military wives. But the organization became mostly known for its live performances called Camp Shows, through which the entertainment

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The clowns of the American silent screen bring laughter to a new generation in this wonderful box set, featuring 53 short films from the era’s funniest comic talents: Laurel and Hardy, Fatty Arbuckle, Buster Keaton, Mack Sennett, Charlie Chaplin, … At a dollar a film, you are getting your money’s worth especially since many of these are not available on DVD elsewhere. Many of these films I have never heard of and I have been watching silent films for twenty years. … …

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