Masks and Memories (1934)

  |  Short, Comedy, Musical

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Julie and Bob take a break from their Mardi Gras revels to visit Bob's home, where he lives with his sister and their reclusive Uncle Andy. Andy mistakes Julie for his sweetheart of years ... See full summary »



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7 April 1999 | Art-22
| A three-reel musical nicely showcasing lesser known Warner Bros. talents.
The trite plot in this three-reel musical is just an excuse to showcase the talents of five lesser-known players, including Lillian Roth and Queenie Smith. Although Roth is more famous now because of her story in "I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955)," and she is billed above the title here, it is Smith who steals this movie with her two numbers: the jazzy "The Day That I Bust Through" and the bouncy "I Can Do Most Anything," a duet she does with Jack Good. George Houston was unconvincing as Uncle Andy, mostly due to his poor makeup, but he delivers a nice song called "Steamboat's Comin' Around the Bend." Weldon Heyburn has no musical numbers and doesn't add much to the film, except his good looks.

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