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Rudy Vallee Alice Faye Jimmy Durante "Nasty Man" 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph "George White's Scandals"

Vallee, Rudy  Alice Faye Jimmy Durante Nasty Man 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph George WhiteS Scandals
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Vallee, Rudy Alice Faye Jimmy Durante "Nasty Man" 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph "George White'S Scandals"
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Vallee, Rudy  Alice Faye Jimmy Durante Nasty Man 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph George WhiteS ScandalsVallee, Rudy  Alice Faye Jimmy Durante Nasty Man 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph George WhiteS ScandalsVallee, Rudy  Alice Faye Jimmy Durante Nasty Man 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph George WhiteS ScandalsVallee, Rudy  Alice Faye Jimmy Durante Nasty Man 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph George WhiteS ScandalsVallee, Rudy  Alice Faye Jimmy Durante Nasty Man 1934 Sheet Music Signed Autograph George WhiteS Scandals
"Nasty Man"-1934-Movietone-sheet music. This song is featured in the 1934 20th Century Fox Movie-"George White's Scandals". The movie stars Rudy Valle,Jimmy Durante and Alice Faye and they are featured on the front cover of the sheet music. Legendary Broadway impresario George White made his Hollywood debut with this musical, which he wrote, co-directed, and starred in as himself. Reporter Miss Lee (Gertrude Michael) is looking for a story and approaches White as he's assembling the latest edition of his famous revue. As it turns out, she has lots of backstage gossip to choose from; Mona Vale (Alice Faye), White's latest discovery, is making her Broadway debut in the show, and she's fallen in love with the star, Jimmy Martin (Rudy Vallee). Jimmy, however, only has eyes for Barbara Lorainne (Adrienne Ames), a snooty high society type also in the cast. A quarrel between Mona and Barbara leads to a fight, with Jimmy coming to Barbara's rescue; a despondent Mona decides to leave the show if she can't have the man she loves. Meanwhile, comedian Happy Donnelly (Jimmy Durante) finds himself torn between his feelings for Mona and another young dancer in the show, Patsy Day (Dixie Dunbar), who is also thinking about quitting in disappointment. Amidst the romantic turmoil, a wacky salesman (Gregory Ratoff) keeps trying to make a sale with White, and the cast periodically breaks into song, belting out ten numbers, including "Oh You Nasty Man," "My Dog Loves Your Dog," "Every Day Is Father's Day with Baby," "Sweet and Simple," and "The Man on the Flying Trapeze." The sheet music has been autographed on the front cover by Rudy Vallee with a fountain pen in blue,Alice Faye with a fountain pen in black and Jimmy Durante with a fountain pen in black.........BOTH SHEET MUSIC AND AUTOGRAPHS ARE IN USED CONDITION.........