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Paramount On Parade

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  1. Zolorisar says:
    Now you may sing along with the original lyric from for the Paramount Theatre's theme song, written originally for the feature "Paramount on Parade" by Elsie Janis and Jack King. Also used as the closing music for the Paramount Sound News, "The Eyes and Ears of the World" Newsreel.
  2. Faujin says:
    Paramount on Parade () Review, with Maurice Chevalier, Ruth Chatterton, Jack Oakie, Clara Bow, William Powell, and many more Paramount on Parade: Let’s Put on a Show! “In order to bring some international flavor into the revue.
  3. Mezik says:
    Oct 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Paramount on Parade - Paramount VTPO YouTube Slowpoke - An Everett Nourse Tribute - Paramount - Duration: Iain McGlinchey 13, views.
  4. Zukinos says:
    Media in category "Paramount on Parade" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. thorgabandispewieldlalen.xyzinfo 2, × 2,; MB. Technicolor ad - Motion Picture, July jpg 2, × 4,; MB.
  5. Yozshutaur says:
    JON CARROLL -- Paramount On Parade. Jon Carroll. Oct. 16, Updated: Feb. 14, p.m. Facebook Twitter Email. Comments. THE PARAMOUNT .
  6. Goltilrajas says:
    Photographers, Harry Fishbeck, Victor Milner; set design, John Wenger; songs, Paramount on parade theme song, Any time's the time to fall in love, What did Cleopatra say?, I'm true to the navy now, Elsie Janis, Jack King; song, We're the masters of ceremony, Ballard MacDonald, Dave Dreyer; song, Torna a Sorrento, Leo Robin, Ernesto De Curtis.
  7. Milkree says:
    This item is a A4 Poster - years of Paramount Pictures. This high resolution image has been digitally enhanced and will be printed to the highest standards on the highest quality ice white gms photo glossy silk card. The total size is standard A4 mm x mm (12" x 10").Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. Mum says:
    Oct 09,  · I just last week received a dvd of Paramount On Parade that is a bit clearer than the copy currently running on YouTube. Interestingly, POP was the film selected to open Balaban and Katz's Gateway Theater in Chicago on June 27, 60 years later, in , the theater recreated their opening program by replaying POP.

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