Himber Harmonies (1938)

Approved | | Short, Music | 16 February 1938 (USA)
A fictional plot Paramount Headline series short that follows the busy day of the Himber Orchestra. It opens with the band at morning rehearsal, playing the novelty number "Sound Your A." ... See full summary »

Director:

Leslie M. Roush

Writer:

Leslie M. Roush (script) (as Leslie Roush)

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Cast

Cast overview:
Larry Himber Larry Himber ... Orchestra Leader
Richard Himber and His Orchestra ... Himbler Orchestra (as Himber Orchestra)
Alice Marion Alice Marion ... Singer
Stuart Allen Stuart Allen ... Singer
Adrian Rollini Adrian Rollini ... Adrian Rollini Trio
Selinsky String Trio Selinsky String Trio ... Selinsky String Quartet
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Storyline

A fictional plot Paramount Headline series short that follows the busy day of the Himber Orchestra. It opens with the band at morning rehearsal, playing the novelty number "Sound Your A." Then to the phonograph-recording studio as they record a disc of the fox-trot ballad, "True Confessions", with band vocalist Alice Marion singing the song. Then to a radio-studio where they play "St. Louis Blues", accompanied by the Selinsky String Quartet and the Adrian Rollini Trio. The day/night finishes at dawn with the band in a nightclub, with singer Stuart Allen vocalizing "Blossoms on Broadway." Written by Les Adams <longhrn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Plot Keywords:

dawn | blues | ballad | fox trot | vocalist | See All (22) »

Genres:

Short | Music

Certificate:

Approved
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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 February 1938 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Paramount Headliner: Himber Harmonies See more »

Company Credits

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Paramount Pictures See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono
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Soundtracks

St. Louis Blues
Written by W.C. Handy
Played by the Richard Himber and His Orchestra
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