Studio Visit (1946)

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A humorous look round various studios on a film lot. One of the " Pete Smith Specialties", produced and narrated " by a Smith named Pete."


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3 July 2009 | Michael_Elliott
Fun Short
Studio Visit (1946)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Decent Pete Smith short has us going on a tour of various studios where we get to see all sorts of things including Lena Horne taking a bubble bath and singing, Louis Zingone doing a sleight of hand trick and Helen Sue Goldy doing a nice act with her father. This 9-minute short is decent but there's nothing overly entertaining here with the exception of the Horne clip, which is actually an outtake from the film CABIN IN THE SKY. The "Ain't It the Truth" song is a very good one and Horne does a terrific job with it. I'm not sure why it was cut from the film considering how good it was but perhaps it had something to do with the fact that she's in a tub? The rest of the film is mildly entertaining but there's nothing too funny or special going on.

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