Gus Arnheim and His Ambassadors (1928)

  |  Short, Music


Pianist Gus Arnheim leads his orchestra in several popular tunes.


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30 November 2012 | tavm
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| Gus Arnheim and His Ambassadors was another enjoyable Vitaphone musical short
This was yet another of the Vitaphone musical shorts that was on The Jazz Singer DVD I highly enjoyed. The title band is all the show here as they perform various tunes like "The Tiger Rag" that happened to be the theme song of my LSU Tigers football and basketball team. Just one ongoing number after another that provided great joy to I'm sure audiences of the day and certainly to yours truly who likes discovering vintage music and movies whenever I get the chance as I've had for the last several hours watching these vintage films. Since there's a requirement of ten lines in order for this review to be submitted, I'll just say that most of what I've seen so far, I highly was enthralled when seeing them. So that's a recommendation...

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Release Date:

23 July 1928

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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