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Philips Cavalcade

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Collection: 1934 Films, Animated Short Films, Films Directed by George Pal, Paramount Pictures Short Films
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Philips Cavalcade

Philips Cavalcade is a 1934 animated short film in the George Pal.

Plot

This took place where the people start singing and a woman Philippa Ray sings a song on the microphone. There were people dancing in playing instruments. In the on the stage four men are singing. One sings soprano and one sings bass. Suddenly one person plays the trumpet and other people start singing. They start dancing at the end.

External links

Philips Cavalcade at the Internet Movie Database

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