Climbing Trees To Dance 1930

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    Pathetone Main titles: "In Scene & Sound - The Pathetone Weekly - The New Interest Film" (new title) "Recorded by R.C.A. Photophone System - Title Music by Paul Mulder And His Pathe Players."

    Full titles read: "Climbing trees to dance!" (new title) "Talk about 'Tip toe through the Tulips' - here's a place where they dance in the tree tops!"

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    Various shots show people dancing on the terrace of a tree house, halfway up a large tree. Musicians from a jazz band sit amongst the branches of the tree and play 'How Am I To Know'.

    Intertitle reads: "And far into the night - "
    Very dark shots at night, we can just make out the band sitting in the tree above the house by the light of a flare or fire on the ground.

    Note: this tree house also featured in G 1495 - 'A Little Love Nest' in 1928- see separate record for details.

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    British Pathé
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    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:10:40:00 / 01:12:17:00
    PT 015
    Sort Number:
    PT 015
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