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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Old Man Rhythm (1935)/To Beat The Band (1935) On DVD

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Actor:           Hugh Herbert, Charles Buddy Rogers, George Barbier, Helen Broderick                                                                          
Director:      Edward LudwigBen Stoloff
Genre:          Comedy
Year:             1935
Studio:          Warner/Allied Vaughn
Length:         145
Released:    January 13, 2015
Rating:          Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:         DVD
Misc:              Black & White 
Language:    English
Subtitles  :    N/A




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Oscar -winner* Johnny Mercer gets into the swing of things as he co-writes the songs and makes his only screen appearances in this snappy double feature of RKO musicals. In Old Man Rhythm, a businessman (George Barbier) hears his son (Charles Buddy Rogers) is spending more time on a gold-digging coed than his studies, so he enrolls as a freshman to straighten him out. A rollicking college musical that features an early appearance by Betty Grable and choreography by Hermes Pan, Old Man Rhythm also includes six tunes by Mercer, two of which he performs himself: Comes the Revolution Baby and Theres Nothing Like a College Education. In To Beat the Band, a middle-aged bumbler (Hugh Herbert) must marry a widow in three days or lose his inheritance. A fast-paced musical farce, To Beat the Band features five tunes by Mercer, including Eeny Meeny Miney Mo and I Saw Her at Eight OClock, both of which he sings himself.

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Actor:           Hugh Herbert, Charles Buddy Rogers, George Barbier, Helen Broderick                                                                          
Director:      Edward LudwigBen Stoloff
Genre:          Comedy
Year:             1935
Studio:          Warner/Allied Vaughn
Length:         145
Released:    January 13, 2015
Rating:          Not Rated (MPAA Rating)
Format:         DVD
Misc:              Black & White 
Language:    English
Subtitles  :    N/A


DESCRIPTION:

Oscar -winner* Johnny Mercer gets into the swing of things as he co-writes the songs and makes his only screen appearances in this snappy double feature of RKO musicals. In Old Man Rhythm, a businessman (George Barbier) hears his son (Charles Buddy Rogers) is spending more time on a gold-digging coed than his studies, so he enrolls as a freshman to straighten him out. A rollicking college musical that features an early appearance by Betty Grable and choreography by Hermes Pan, Old Man Rhythm also includes six tunes by Mercer, two of which he performs himself: Comes the Revolution Baby and Theres Nothing Like a College Education. In To Beat the Band, a middle-aged bumbler (Hugh Herbert) must marry a widow in three days or lose his inheritance. A fast-paced musical farce, To Beat the Band features five tunes by Mercer, including Eeny Meeny Miney Mo and I Saw Her at Eight OClock, both of which he sings himself.

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