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Boo Boo Boo
"Too Much Harmony (1933)"
Bing Crosby is joined by a chorus of well known actors in this clip from the 1933 Paramount motion picture release "Too Much Harmony" directed by A. Edward Sutherland.
*"Boo-Boo-Boo" written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Starring Bing Crosby, in this musical/comedy he portrays a famous entertainer named Eddie Bronson who falls in love with Ruth Brown an assistant for the brand-new variety act "Dixon & Day". The only problem is, he's already engaged. An interesting plot emerges as Eddie tries to find a way out, and of course his fiancée Lucille Watkins (aka Lilyan Tashman) will have none of it.
In this cute but forgotten scene Bing Crosby (aka Eddie Bronson) is coaxed into giving a lesson in crooning to baggage handler George Corcoran while an adoring Judith Allen (aka Ruth Brown) looks on. The trio are soon joined by a chorus of train staff and fellow passengers which includes "Skeets" Gallagher and Jack Oakie.
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