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[Glorifying the American woman 1930s/40s]   [Original Title]

Country of Origin: United States
Year of origin: 1952
Genre: Music clip
Locations of shooting: n/a

Music: Marlene Dietrich
  Bette Davis
  Judy Garland
  Helen Morgan
  Lilian Roth

Zwicky Kompilation
1. Helen Morgan Excerpt "What wouldn't I do for that man" (0.09%)
2. Lilian Roth "If it ain't love" (piano: Johnny Green)(0.45%) and "Sing you singer", announced by a man
3. Excerpt from "The BLue Angel" Marlene Dietrich "Falling in love again" (0.17%) (1930)
4. Constance Bennett "Coffee in the morning" (0.30%) Excerpt from "Moulin Rouge" and Boswell Sisters same song: "Coffee in the morning" plus female dancers (1934)
5. Judy Garland at the age of 12 "You made me love you"announced by a man (0.45%)
6. The Film Fair presents "Thank your Lucky Star" - Bette Davis "They're either too young or too old" Jitterbug by Conrad Wiedell, Drunk by Jack Norton (0.20%) (1943)
7. Clara Bow "Sailing" and "I'm true to the Navy Now" (0.41%) Excerpt from "Paramount on Parade" (1930)

Version 1
Language: n/a
Sound: Sound film
Aspect: 1:1,33
Duration: 29 min

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