Leo Robin


"My Bluebird's Singing the Blues" International House Ralph Rainger (M)
"Thank Heaven for You" International House Ralph Rainger (M)
"She Was a China Tea-cup and He Was Just a Mug" International House Ralph Rainger (M)

Adam Swanson & Frederick Hodge playing dueling pianos to "My Bluebird's Singing the Blues"
Rudy Vallee and His Connecticut Yankees performing "Thank Heaven for You," a song he introduced in the 1933 film International House
Scene sung offscreen by an unidentified man and danced by Sterling Holloway, Lona Andre, Mary Jane Sloan, Gwen Zetter and Chorus to the song "She Was a China Tea-cup and He Was Just a Mug" This was the third composition in the film and is notable only because the production number features Sterling Holloway as the Chorus King (aka Coffee Mug) and Lona Andre as the Chorus Queen (aka China Tea Cup). The number was featured in a floor show which preceded what was supposed to be Dr. Wong's first demonstration of his invention on the hotel's rooftop garden restaurant.
Scene where Baby Rose Marie singing "My Bluebird's Singing the Blues" from 1933 film starring W.C. Fields

* To go back to select another movie to view at Easy Living Theatre, click here Favorite Music Films

* To go back to the Leo Robin Songbook to select another Popular Song to listen to and/or view, click here The Popular Songs