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REAR SHOT JIMMY DURANTE ON PIANO IS JOINED BY TWO OF HIS SONG WRITING FRIENDS. (MACK GORDON AND HARRY REVEL)
JIMMY DURANTE I'VE GOT TO SEE A MAN ABOUT A DOG (live)
DURANTE JOINS WOMAN AT CAFE TABLE. HE MAKES TOAST AND DRINKS HUGE GLASS OF BEER. FOAM MUSTACHE ON HIS UPPER LIP.
MACK GORDON AND HARRY REVEL AT PIANO LAUGHING. BARTENDER IN TAVERN LAUGHING.
TWO MEN APPROACH WOMAN AT CAFE TABLE WHO IS DRINKING A BEER AND SMOKING.
EARLY THREE STOOGES SKIT - BEN TURPIN, BARTENDER. TED HEALY AND THE THREE STOOGES HOW UP AT TAVERN.
WOMAN SMACKS MAN (TED HEALY). THEN THREE STOOGES START SLAPPING EACH OTHER. AND BARTENDER SMACKS HIMSELF.
RUDY VALLEE MEETS MACK GORDON AND HARRY REVEL - THEY'RE DRINKING BEERS, SINGING AND PLAYING A MEDLEY OF SONGS AT THE PIANO.
BARTENDER WITH COUPLE AT BAR. BARTENDER SERVES THEM BEERS.
PATRONS HANGING OUT IN TAVERN. GORDON AND REVEL AT PIANO.
WOMAN DANCES AROUND WITH CASTANETS.
HARRY REVEL DID YOU EVER SEE A DREAM WALKING? (live)
BARTENDER HOLDING TWO GIGANTIC GLASSES OF BEER SASHAYING ALONG TO THE MUSIC. HANDS BEERS TO REVEL AND GORDON THEN DOES A SOMERSALT AND LANDS ON HIS BUTT.
THE END. CRITERION PICTURES CORPORATION GRAPHIC.
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