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THE BEST OF SCOPITONE! COCKTAIL LOUNGE JUKEBOX BIG HAIR DVD-R!

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38 of the best Scopitones on one DVD-R! Fully menu’d and ready to entertain you and your party guests, these Scopitones have been scrubbed clean and color corrected for your dining and dancing pleasure!

 

ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE
BITTERSWEET SAMBA
TWEEDLEE DEE
WONDER BUY
PRETTY GIRLS EVERYWHERE
I’VE GOT THAT FEELING
THE SILENCER
PASSERON CHA CHA
IF
MOTHER NATURE, FATHER TIME
BELLAZZA
CALENDAR GIRL
UNDER PARIS SKIES
CAKE WALKING BABIES
WINNIE WINNIE WANNA WANNA
AROUND THE WORLD
BEFORE THE RAIN
PADAM-PADAM
ENAMORADO
ST LOUIS BLUES
EBB TIDE
SPLISH SPLASH
SADO MASO
CRAZY HORSE SALOON
QUANDO QUANDO
FOR YOU
THE WEB OF LOVE
BECAUSE YOU’RE MINE
WHERE DID ALL THE GOOD TIMES GO
LAND OF A THOUSAND DANCES
ONE HAS MY NAME
C’EST SI BON
WHERE DO YOU GO TO GO AWAY?
I’VE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING
WE’LL SING IN THE SUNSHINE
IF I HAD A HAMMER
I’M AN OLD COWHAND
MORE

 

DVD-R comes packaged as show in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!

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Scopitone is a type of jukebox featuring a 16 mm film component. Scopitone films were a forerunner of music videos. The Italian Cinebox/Colorama and Color-Sonics were competing, lesser-known technologies of the time.

Based on Soundies technology developed during World War II, color 16 mm film shorts with a magnetic soundtrack were designed to be shown in a specially designed jukebox. The difference between the Panoram and the Scopitone jukebox, was that with Panoram the 16mm films were black and white with optical sound and there was no selection among the 8 short films in the jukebox, whereas Scopitone featured color (in the US prodoced films Technicolor), with hifi magnetic soundtracks, with selection available between all 36 Scoptione films in the Scopitone Jukebox. Scopitone films, like Soundies, featured recordings that performers lip synced to, with at least one exception; Bill Lee Riley was recorded live performing the song High Heel Sneakers in his Scopitone.

Between 1940 and 1946, three-minute musical films called Soundies (produced in New York City, Chicago and Hollywood) were displayed on a Panoram, the first coin-operated film jukebox or machine music. These were set up in nightclubs, bars, restaurants and amusement centers.

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