RADIO ROOM - HOLLYWOOD - 1940S Exterior view of Hollywood's nightspot The Radio Room. Billboards trumpet the appearence of Freddie Fisher, who is seen briefly in costume with some fellow performers, sitting in some hay, nursing a baby pig. From rare color film shot in the 1940s.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:24:00, With Audio
A DISTRACTED BAND LEADER A trumpet playing bandleader finds it hard to concentrate as his girlfriend dances with another guy. The guy isn't so happy either that the woman isn't fully paying attention to him. An early Keystone silent comedy featuring a young Charlie Chaplin, Ford Sterling and Fatty Arbuckle.
THE SAFEST TIRE EVER BUILT Four automobile tires are silhouetted, then bathed in spotlight against curtain. Kitschy display and narration which touts, , and The tire that defies destruction, and This is the tire we could not kill.
TRUMPETING WOLF & DANCING SHEEP A wolf entices dancing sheep with a mean trumpet. Black sheep comes along, slams the door shut on the wolf, then blows the trumpet into the wolf's face, causing his eardrums to pop out, which he then plays.
Date: 1940s - COLOR Source: Video: BetaSP Length: 00:00:39:00, No Audio
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