Posts Tagged ‘Scopitone’

Le Téléfon

April 14, 2018

“Le Téléfon,” performed by Nino Ferrer for Scopitone. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

Note to Gaston: Get off the phone, dammit.

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The Race Is On

April 7, 2018

“The Race Is On,” written by Don Rollins for George Jones, performed here by Jody Miller and pals for Scopitone. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

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The Web Of Love

March 31, 2018

“Trapped In The Web Of Love,” written by Jeanne Burns, performed by Joi Lansing for Scopitone in 1966. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

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These Boots Are Made For Walking

March 4, 2018

“These Boots Are Made For Walking,” written by Lee Hazlewood, performed by Nancy Sinatra and friends for Scopitone. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

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Petite fille de français moyen

February 18, 2018

“Petite fille de français moyen,” composed by Claude Carrère with lyrics by Jacques Monty and Georges Aber, performed by Sheila for Scopitone. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

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Padam, Padam

November 19, 2017

“Padam, Padam,” written by Henri Contet and Norbert Glanzberg and originally recorded by Édith Piaf in 1951, performed by Hanna Ahroni for Scopitone. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

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Just a Dream

November 18, 2017

“Just a Dream,” performed by Marion Montgomery in a kind of proto-music video for Scopitone. These short films were back-projected on a small screen mounted on a “visual jukebox.”

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