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A postman delivers mail at a radio studio and stops to observe the performers sing and dance. Shemp appears as a tough-guy who asks George Jessel to perform at a benefit, using a blonde secretary as enticement.


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Shemp Howard (Solo)
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May 19, 1934
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"RAMBLING 'ROUND RAIDO ROW #7 {SERIES 2 #1}: "SAMUEL HORWITZ:" SOLO SHORT: RELEASED ON: MAY 19; 1934:


CAST MEMBERS NAMES AND THEIR ROLES:


GEORGE JESSEL............HIMSELF
PAT C. FLICK...............POSTMAN
SAMUEL HORWITZ...............REPRESENTATIVE
BONNIE POE...............HERSELF
VERA VAN...............HERSELF
RAMON AND ROSITA...............THEMSELVES
TONY SACCO...............HIMSELF

{Would like to put in this note. Shemp has a very bit part here, just three minutes long towards the end of the short when he enters Mr. George Jessel's hotel room and asks Mr. Jessel to a benefit in Philadelphia for Broken Down Song Writers}:


We open "RAMBLING 'ROUND RADIO #7 {SERIES 2 #1}"; in a postal building where we are seeing the Postma in a bared office dressed in a black suit, white shirt and a black tie. He is busy at work sorting his post. We are now seeing Miss Bonnie Poe walking into the Postal Building dressed in a beautiful black dress with a huge white bow at the neck, black full length coat and a black hat as she has now reached the Postmans cage.

MISS BONNIE POE to the POSTMAN: (As she is standing there in front of his office with a happy look on her face as she is saying through the office in a happy voice to get his attention): "Yoo-hoo!"

POSTMAN to MISS BONNIE POE: (As he is now greeting her with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to her in a questionable tone of voice): "Me?"

MISS BONNIE POE to the POSTMAN: (As she is still standing at the front desk with a perplexed look on her face as she is asking him in a happy and questionable tone of voice): "Have you any mail for Poe?"

POSTMAN to MISS BONNIE POE: (As he is asking here with a mischievous look on his face as he is asking her in a mischievous tone of voice as he is now looking through the different individual post slots says to her in a professional tone of voice): "Edgar Allen Poe?"

MISS BONNIE POE to the POSTMAN: (As she is looking at him with a quizzical look on her face as she is slightly laughing and using a questionable tone of voice): "No, no, no, Miss Bonnie Poe!"

POSTMAN to MISS BONNIE POE: (As he has a sad look on his face as he is saying to her in a very apologetic voice): "Sorry, there is nos be nothing for Bonnie Poe!"

MISS BONNIE POE to the POSTMAN: (As she is leaning on the ledge of the customer side of the office with a look of a whipped puppy on her face as she is now asking him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Ooooh, well, maybe you have a letter for Betty Boop!"

POSTMAN to MISS BONNIE POE: (As he is in his office with a look of wonderment on his face as he is answeing her in a perplexed tone of voice): "How you say, would you mind for repeating this cortession, please?"

MISS BONNIE POE to the POSTMAN: (As she is still leaning on the outside ledge with a sad and whipped puppy look on her face as she is saying to him in a pouty tone of voice): "Betty Boop!?"

POSTMAN to MISS BONNIE POE: (As he is looking at her with a look of dumbfoundedness on his face as he is saying to her in a quizzical and yet questionable tone of voice): "Oh, sure, I'm have letter for Betty Boop, but you don't deal her."

Here we see the Postman looking through his bared office at her with a sheepish look on his face.

MISS BONNIE POE to the POSTMAN: (As she is looking at him with a sheepish look on her face as she is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice

as she is now breaking into a soft-shoe style of a dance as she is saying to him in a mischievous voice): "All right, then I'll have to sing for it!"


PUDDIN' HEAD JONES: BY: MISS BONNIE POE: {START}:

"Now Puddin' Head Jones, fat and funny, some of these sticks and stones, man they are wide, can't you court him, Puddin' Head, Puddin' Head Jones. Now, he couldn't spell Constantinople, he didn't know beans from bones, nor pencils and books they were never made for Puddin' Head, Puddin' Head Jones. Now, that Casey told his mother that she would teach him a thing or two. Why she was only bluffing, he began to understand, she taught him to boop-boop. Puddin' Head, so he kissed her and she bought him sweets and candy, yes, candy and ice cream cones, quick who do you think kissed him? Mary. Puddin' Head, Puddin' Head, Puddin' Head Jones."

PUDDIN' HEAD JONES: BY: MISS BONNIE POE: {END}:

While Bonnie was singing and dancing we saw the Postman looking at her with a really gleeful look on his face as he was saying to her in a quizzical tone of voice to the name 'Puddin' Head Jones', 'Hunh, how do you say'?

POSTMAN to MISS BONNIE POE: (As he is smiling at her sweetly as he is saying to her in a really gleeful tone of voice): "Well, can you emanage that?"

We are now hearing Bonnie laughing hysterically and also in a polite manner at the Postman's last statement.

POSTMAN to MISS BONNIE POE: (As he is still looking at her with a really happy look on his face as he is saying to her in a really happy tone of voice): "I'm have to take Civil Service examination for to hear you sing!"

We are now in the post delivery room as we are now seeing Postman standing there in full regulations uniform as his boss is handing him the post that needs to be delivered individually.

POST MANAGER to the POSTMAN: (As he has a look of professionalism on his face as he is using a serious tone of voice as he is individually handing him the post and is reading off the names as he is handing it to him): "Here's one for Vera Van, Frank Novak, Bonnie Poe, George Jessel, and hunh-here's on for you, Pat C. Flick."

As the Post Manage was handing him the individual posts we hear the Postman saying to him in a low and monotone voice after each one. 'Yeah.'

POSTMAN to the POST MANAGER: (As he has a really surprised but yet happy look on his face as he is saying to him in a happy and bewildered tone of voice): "Well!?"

We are now in the lobby of a luxurious hotel of Vera Van as she is dressed in a full length, long sleeved black velvet gown as she is standing by the entrance doorway talking to a gentleman who is dressed in a tuxedo, as we also see another lady guest dressed in a black jumper with a long sleeved white satin shirt sitting in a chair next to Vera as we are now seeing the Hotel Manage standing in the background at his desk as we are now seeign him talking on the telephone as the Postman is now entering the lobbyway to deliver Vera Van her post.

HOTEL MANAGER to the TELEPHONE: (As he has a serious look on his face as he is saying in a serious tone of voice): "Hello, hello, yes, yes, I'll take care of that, I'll be very glad to all right."

POSTMAN to the HOTEL MANAGER: (As he is now walking up to him with a mad look on his face as he is asking him in a devious tone of voice): "Say, Bigshot, you have living here, ehy, Blueslinger?"

HOTEL MANAGER to the POSTMAN: (As he has now hung up the telephone receiver and is looking at him with a mischievous look on his face as he is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Vera Van, is one of our guests!"

HOTEL MANAGER to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is now looking at her with a serious look on his face as he is calling her in a very professional tone of voice): Unha, Miss Van!"

We are now seeing Miss Vera Van walking up to the Hotel Manager and the Postman with a really happy look on her face.

VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she is now approaching him with a very beautiful smile on her face as she is saying to him in a polite tone of voice): "I'm Vera Van!"

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is looking at her with an apologetic look on his face as he is saying to her in a very apologetic tone of voice): "Oh, I'm sorry for to corrupt you."

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she is looking at him with a happy look on her face as she is saying to him in a happy tone of voice): "That's quiet all right."

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is standing there with a serious look on his face as he is saying to her in a professional tone of voice as he is looking at the addresses on some of the post as he is saying to her in a professional tone of voice): "But I'm have two letters and three post cards which I don't read yet."

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she is looking at him with a really beautiful smile as she is saying to him in a really happy tone of voice): "Well, maybe you're lucky."

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is standing there with a really happy look on his face as he is saying to her in a really happy tone of voice): "You know something?"

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she is standing there with a cheery look on her face as she is saying to him in a happy tone of voice): "What?"

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he has a happy look on his face as he is saying to her in a complimentary tone of voice): "You have the greatest Musical Variety!"

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she now has a look of embarrassment on her face as she is saying to him in a low and emabarrased tone of voice): "Oh, go on!"

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is looking at her with a really happy look on his face as he is still talking to her in a complimentary voice says): "Sure, everybody's know you, why, enh, enh, Van: {Here we are seeing the Postman looking at her post by his side to get her name as he has now temporarily forgotten it}. Certainly."

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she has a cheerful smile on her face as she is now taking her post from him and is asking him in a questionable tone of voice): "Do I owe you anything for this?"

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is standing there looking at her very sweetly as he is saying to her in a slight lovey type of voice): "No, but could you do me a great favour?"

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she is looking at him with a slight flirtatious look on her face as she is asking him in a sweet and carrying tone of voice): "What's that?"

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is looking at her with a really carrying look on his face as he is asking her in a polite tone of voice): "you know I'm crazy for yours theme song, would you sing that for me, please?"

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she is looking at him with a proud look on her face as she is saying to him in a proud and happy tone of voice): "I'd be happy to."

We are now hearing in the background a gentleman tickling the ivories as Miss Vera Van is standing by the Hotel cheque in desk with a happy look on her face as she is now getting ready to sing her theme song.

"BLUE HOURS:" BY: VERA VAN {START}:

Blue hours that I'm spending are blue darling all for you. Blue hours with no ending, are you spending them too? My nights are lonely, my love for you only, my days are dreary, because I miss you so, heemhem, heemhem. Blue hours that I'm spending are blue darling all for you. Blue hours with no ending, are you spending them too?"

"BLUE HOURS:" BY: VERA VAN {END}:

As Vera was singing the hotel gues in the tuxedo was standing there listening in total respect as the Postman was standing by her side with his arms crossed and has a really dreamy look on his face as he is happily enjoying her song.

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is looking at her with a really dreamy look on his face as he is saying to her in a really sweet and lovey tone of voice): "I preciat that."

MISS VERA VAN to the POSTMAN: (As she is looking at him with a really happy look on her face as she is saying to him in a low and apprecitative tone of voice): "Thank-you."

POSTMAN to MISS VERA VAN: (As he is still in his dreamy state and is looking at her sweetly and he is saying to her in a sweet tone of voice): "Each words, marvelouse."

We are now reading a post envelope that reads as follows:

RAMON & ROSITA
POSTED BY TONY SACCO
NEW YORK

We are now in the ballroom quarters of the hotel where we are seeing the postman coming out of their hotel room looking for them to give them their post and is standing on an inside balcony landing getting ready to call them as he now stops to watch them doing their dancing routine. We are now seeing a beautiful stage settin, a back drop of a beautiful tree lined Southern platatian as the stage is set with two sets of side steps lined with beautiful palm trees. The centre of the stage is lined with six beautiful spot lights and is tiered by eight black marble shallow steps and a beautiful white marble based water fall with an angel in the centre playing a harp as water is now spraying upwards around the angel. We are now seeing Rosita slowly walking down one of the sets of steps dressed in a beautiful full length white ball gown as she is now holding it out at her sides as she looks like a beautiful angel flying down the stairs. Ramon is dressed in a tuxedo as he is now meeting up with her and is kissing one of her hands as they are now slowly walking down the centre steps looking at one another with loving looks on their faces for one another as they are now doing a beautiful waltz with one another as we are hearing Miss Vera Van singing in the background.

"MOONLIGHT MEMORY:" BY: MISS VERA VAN: {START}:

"A moonlight memory, a meeting by the sea, then romance that just had to be. I thought a starry night glance, come what will, I though to my excitement, thrill on thrill, each second was a dream, each moment was so dear. And the hours of parting was so near, as Summer fades into Autumn, think of me for I will have a moonlight memory. Here we are having a break from the singing as we are seeing Ramon and Rosita waltzing beautifully with one another to the song 'Moonlight Memory'

For I will have a moonlight memory.

"MOONLIGHT MEMORY:" BY: MISS VERA VAN: {END}:

We are also seeing Ramon and Rosita ending their waltz with one another as the are bowing gracefully to one another. All the while that Ramon and Rosita were beautifully waltzing with each other we saw the postman standing on the balconey with a sweet and happy look on his face as he was enjoying their dancing. We are now in the hotel quarters of Mr. George Jessel as we are now seeing a postal envelope that reads as follows:

MR. GEORGE JESSEL
USA

We are now seeing a gentleman dressed in a tuxedo tickling the ivories as George Jessel is now leaning on the piano as he is rehearsing and writing his song.

"PRECIOUS MOMMIE DARLING:" By: GEORGE JESSEL: {START}:

"Mommie darling, precious little mommie darling, you are more that just a mom to me; {Here Mr. Jessel is now thinking of words as he is saying to his piano player, 'Put that in,' dada deedee daadada, hee-da-da-da, that's right, dee-dom, dee-dom, dee-dom, with feeling, Dick, dde dee dom, dee dom, hold it a minute, the telephone.'}.

We are now seeing Mr. Jessel stopping his singing as he is now going over to answer his telephone.

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the TELEPHONE: (As he has a serious look on his face as he is using a serious tone of voice): "Hello? Yes, this is Mr. Jessel, yeah he is, who wants him? there's a man outside who wants me to play for a benefit?, heeemh. I'm in the middle of rehearsing, all right send him in."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to his PIANO PLAYER: (As Mr. Jessel has now hung up the telephone receiver and is saying to him in a sarcastic tone of voice): "A benefit, I'll probably make a fortune out of this thing. Just when you get in the middle of rehearsing something always happens."

{RIGHT HERE IS THE START OF THE SHORT PART THAT FEATURES SHEMP}:

We are now seeing the Representative entering Mr. Jessel's quarters at a vigorous pace as he has a really happy look on his face.

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As he is looking at him with a happy look on his face as he is asking him in a pleading and mischievous tone of voice): "I want you to play a benefit, Mr. Jessel."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As he is looking at him with a devious look on his face as he is saying to him in a mean tone of voice): "Is that so, what's the benefit for?"

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As the Representative is looking at Mr. Jessel with a dazed look on his face as he is saying to him in a serious tone of voice): "For Starving Moonlight Song Writers."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As Mr. Jessel has a perplexed look on his face as he is asking him in a quizzical and questionable tone of voice): "Starving Moonlight Song Writers, what, what, do they need a benefit for?"

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As the Representative is looking at Mr. Jessel with a look of mischief on his face as he is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "On a count of the new code, they can't write after four o'clock."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As he is standing there now lighting up a stogie as he has a look of dumbfoundedness on his face as he is answering back to him in a low and sarcastic tone of voice): "Aaaaaah, ooooooh, is that a terrible thing, if you'll excuse me, I've got to call my mother and tell her I won't be home for dinner."

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As he is now straightening his suit jacke and is backing slightly away with a look of bewilderment on his face as he is saying to him in a low and mad tone of voice): "All right."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the TELEPHONE OPERATOR: (As he is now picking it up and is placing his telephone call to his mother): "Hello, get me 'Fanting crest 3522', hurry up."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As Mr. Jessel is waiting for his call to connect as he is still smoking his stogie and is looking at him with a sad look on his face as he is saying to him in a carrying tone of voice): "It's a very sad thing about your song-writers, click-click."

We are now seeing the Represntative standing very patiently as Mr. Jessel is now engaged in his lengthy telephone conversation with his mother.

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the TELEPHONE: (As he has a happy look on his face as he is using a serious tone of voice as his call has now been connected): "Hello, hello Mrs. Rosenthal? This is Georgie Jessel, will you do me a favour? Go up to the fourth floor and ask my mother to come down? I gotta talk to her, thank-you very much. She's right there? Oh, she's eating there, well that's nice, thank-you very much. Hello, ma-ma, mom I won't be home for to eat, no, I got to play a benefit, I have to, a very tough fellow came in and it looks like a; {Here Mr. Jessel is using a low and garbbled voice as he is telling his mother about the benefit that he is not really interested in doing}. I got ta go, I got ta go. Oh, yes, how are you feeling? Oh, you're having trouble with Willie? Oh, what's the matter with Willie? He don't wanna take his medicine? Well, look, ma-ma, why don't you do this, ehy, why don't you do like you did with the spinach last year. See, yeah, You'll put a quarter in his banque everytime he takes the medicine. Oh, he found out it wasn't a banque it was the gas metre. That's fine, well, do the best you can with him. How is Anna's fellow, ma-ma? Is he gonna get a job? Oh, he's going to work for his father?, that's, that's good. What does his father do? He's on strike, that's very fine. Well all right, ma-ma. The I'll, I'll play the benefit, yes. Who, who's at the house with you dear? Uncle Morris, oh fine. Give Uncle Morris my love and hide my shirts. And I'll be home as soon as I finish, bye-bye."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As Mr. Jessel has now hung up the telephone receiver and is ashing him in a serious tone of voice): "Tell me, ehy, where is this benefit?"

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As the Representative is standing there with a serious look on his face as he is saying to him in a mischievous tone of voice): "Philadelphia!"

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As he is now looking at him with a mad look on his face as he is saying to him in a really mean tone of voice): "You want me to goes to Philadelphia for alot of broken down song-writers? I should say not, Philadelphia is off."

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As the Representative is now calming him down as he is saying to him in a reassuring tone of voice): "I'll take you there myself."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As he is looking at him with a really evil look as he is saying to him in a mad tone of voice): "That's a fine bargin, I wouldn't care if Canton took me there. I'm not going to Philadelphia!"

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As he is saying to him in a really mean tone of voice as he is looking at him with an evil look on his face): "I'll have my secretary take you there."

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As Mr. Jessel is looking at the Representative with an ugly look on his face as he is saying to him in a wicked tone of voice): "Well, why I care, secretary, what an imposition, go to Philadelphia to, to......"

We are now seeing Mr. Jessel quickly changing his mind about going to Philadelphia with him and his secretary as we are now seeing the Representatives secretary walking in. A very beautiful blonde lady, dressed in a black lace dress, full length black mink coat and a black hat as she now has a beautiful smile on her face.

SECRETARY to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As she is looking at him with a sweet look on her face as she is saying to him in a low and saultery tone of voice): "Hello, Mr. Jessel."

MR. GEORG JESSEL to the SECRETARY: (As he now has a really goo-goo eyes look on his face as he is saying to her in a sweet and lovey-dovey tone of voice): "Well, hello toots."

MR. GEROGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE: (As he is looking at him with a really kind look on his face as he is asking him in a serious voice): "Is this your secretary?"

REPRESENTATIVE to MR. GEORGE JESSEL: (As the representative has a blank look on his face as he is saying to him in a low and devious voice): "Yeah!"

MR. GEORGE JESSEL to the REPRESENTATIVE and the SECRETARY: (As Mr. Jessel is now all excited about going to Philadelphia as he has now put on his hat and has given the secretary his arm ot hold as he is looking at her with a really sweet and loving look): "OKAY!"

{THIS CONCLUDES THE SMALL BIT PART THAT FEATURED SHEMP}:

We are now seeing the Postman shuffling into the delivery room in a really tired state as his manager is now busy sorting post.

END OF "RAMBLING 'ROUND RADIO ROW:"

POSTMAN to HIS MANAGER: (As he is now removing his hat and is fanning himself with it as he has a really tired look on his face as he is saying to him manager in a serious tone of voice): "Boy, do I'm tired, tomorrow I'm gonna take the day off and have happiness."

POST MANAGER to the POSTMAN: (As the Manager is now putting away the post basket and is looking at him with a carrying look on his face as he is asking him in a carrying tone of voice): "What are you doing?"

"RAMBLING 'ROUND RADIO ROW" FADE OUT:

POSTMAN to the POST MANAGER: (As he is still fanning hismelf with his hat and is in a very tired state as he has tired look on his face as he is saying to him in a low and serious tone of voice): "For a nice long walk."


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