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Au Revoir (J'attendrai)

'Au Revoir J'attendrai' is a lovely song from the 1930s written by Italian composer Dino Olivieri and sung by many people in French and ... tags: 1930s acoustic Dino Fly French guitar Henfield

A Job in a Million (1937) - extract

The story of an 'undersized' Cockney lad, John Truman, who, at a young age, joins the Post Office as a trainee messenger boy and serves a ... tags: 1930s apprentice bfi national archive bfifilms Britain England GPO

Modern Metallic 1920s / 30s Party Make-up and Hair Tutorial

To see inspiration and what we wore to the Illamasqua party To see a 1920s make-up alternative To see ... tags: 1930s beads Beauty Cosmetics costume dress evening

42nd Street

This is a fingerstyle version of the title song - music by Harry Warren - from the 1933 film '42nd Street' directed by Lloyd Bacon. I've ... tags: 1930s acoustic fingerstyle Fly Forty guitar Harry

Remember My Forgotten Man

Busby Berkeley films are usually remembered for frivolity and spectacular song and dance sequences, but - just occasionally - he hits you ... tags: 1930s 1933 acoustic Berkeley Busby Diggers films

Al Capone talks about Dairy Racket better than Booze

This is a quote by Al Capone about being in the dairy cow milk products business racket When Capone established a milk distributor, ... tags: 18th 1930s alcohol america ammendment beer booze


Another lovely French tune - 'Boum' - written and originally performed by the great Charles Trenet in 1938. The sheet music pitches it in ... tags: 1930s acoustic Charles Fly French guitar Henfield

AT&T Archives: Gateway to the World

To see more from the ATT Archives, visit A tour of the World through the 'eyes' of the telephone, circa 1933. The ... tags: 1930s AT&T AT&T Archives history innovation invention1930s

AT&T Archives: The Voice of the City

To see more from the ATT Archives, visit In 1938, New York City had a population of 7.18 million, and the Bell System ... tags: 1930s AT&T AT&T Archives Communications History New York Telephone