The Hideout Time Machine takes you back in time, by way of wacky and fun items and also interesting
videos and songs from days gone by which I've gathered from various YouTube videos out there!
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Swing is in the Air
George Olsen and His Music - The Varsity Drag 1927
same song, but I always liked the George Olsen version!
Hen Cackle - Gid Tanner and His Skillet Lickers 1928
Get Out and Get Under The Moon - Helen Kane
Helen Kane was none other than Betty Boop
Stardust: Willie Nelson version
A 1928 Hoagy Carmichael hit, but I always thought that
nobody performed it better than good 'ol Willie Nelson!
All of me: Willie Nelson version
This hit was first performed by Belle Baker in 1931.
Again, nobody but Willie Nelson ever sang it so well!
Dream a little dream of me - Ozzie Nelson - 1931
I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire - Ozzie Nelson
Ozzie Nelson was a band leader who went on to have a popular television show from 1952 - 1966
"The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" which included his wife Harriet and two sons, Ricky and David.
Clip from "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" TV Show
Ricky Nelson - Teenage Idol
Toot, Toot, Tootsie, Goodbye Al Jolson
Cab Calloway, "Mr. Hi-de-ho" in person
Cab Calloway - "Hi-De-Ho"
Gold Diggers of 1933 - "We're in the Money"
George Olsen & His Music - Doin' The Raccoon 1928
Jimmy Durante: Inka Dinka Doo
Jimmy "The Schnoz" Durante's 1933 hit Inka Dinka Doo
Minglewood Blues___Cannon's Jug Stompers
Blind James Campbell String Band "John Henry"
"Now's The Time To Fall In Love" 1932
Fats Waller - Ain't Misbehavin' - Stormy Weather 1943
Ted Weems Orch. - Heartaches 1938
SHEIK OF ARABY - Red Nichols and His Five Pennies 1930
Uncle John Scruggs - Little Log Cabin in the Lane
Scatman Crothers played Dick Hallorann "The Shining". Scatman was a
singer, dancer and musician long before starting a career in acting!
He also provided the voice for many of the animated movie charactors.
Fred Astaire - PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ
Ted Weems - You're The Cream In My Coffee
The Voice Of Safety Speaking
The Keystone Kops meet Pickles and Peppers
Revelers - *The Blue Room*
Arthur Pryor - The Whistler and his Dog
Entry Of The Gladiators - Julius Fucik
Entry of the Gladiators is most often recognized as a "Circus Tune"
Sousa - Washington Post March
The Liberty Bell March - John Philip Sousa
The Liberty Bell March was the Monty Python`s Flying Circus theme from 1969 - 1974
I'm In The Market For You - Ben Selvin Orchestra
U Jane Me Tarzan
Burns and Allen in Your Hat 1932
Al Jolson (Larry Parks) - Back In Your Own Backyard
Ted Lewis - On The Sunny Side Of The Street 1930
Hal Kemp Orch Skinnay Ennis - Got A Date With An Angel 1937
What a wonderful world - LOUIS ARMSTRONG
Louis Armstrong on "What's My Line?"
Great Dance Routine: James Cagney and Bob Hope
Tip - Toe Through The Tulips 1929
Earl Johnson and his Clodhoppers - Bully Of The Town
"Auf Wiedersehen, My Dear" Sam Browne with Ambrose & his Orchestra 1932
"My Time is Your Time" Rudy Vallee 1929
Rudy Vallee and his Connecticut Yankees - Deep Night 1929
used in the opening credits of Penn's "Bonnie and Clyde"
Whistler's Jug Band - Foldin' Bed
Ben Selvin's "Happy Days Are Here Again" 1930 Annette Hanshaw
Baseball "Take Me Out to The Ball Game" Edward Meeker 1908
Fred Waring Orch. - Lets Have Another Cup Of Coffee
Cliff Edwards "Ukulele Ike" - Thats My Weakness Now
Cliff "Ukulele Ike" Edwards was also the voice of Jiminy Cricket in Pinocchio!
The Cliff Edwards Story "Ukulele Ike"
Eddie Cantor- Makin' Whoopee
Parov Stelar - Chambermaid Swing
W.C. Fields: The Diner Sketch
Mills Brothers - Caravan
Adrian Schubert Missouri Jazz Band Irving Kaufman - Just Breezin' Along With The Breeze 1926
Ragtime Piano: SCOTT JOPLIN "The Entertainer"
This old time great tune was resurrected in the 1973 movie "The Sting" starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford
Gene Austin - Yes Sir, That's My Baby 1925
Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians - Sweethearts on Parade 1927
Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! That Cigarette
A Bicycle Built for Two
1935 "We Drivers"
Your Permit To Drive
From Dawn to Sunset
Mortimer Snerd in "You Can't Cheat an Honest Man"
Amazing Short Film on Old Time Radio Sound Effects 1938
1920's - The Future
The future - as they saw it in the 1920s.
By golly...they must have had a crystal ball!
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