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The Man Who Walked Baby Back Home

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Library and Archives Canada: 16mm.
"Telescope journeys to Hollywood and down memory lane when it visits singer/actor/songwriter Harry Richman. Mr. Richman who is interviewed by Richard [Gehman] recollects his relationships with Mae West, Clara Bow and Jean Harlow along with his vaudevillian act that brought about his stardom. Harry Richman also recounts his writing of such songs as 'Puttin' on the Ritz' and 'Walking My Baby Back Home' and 'On the Sunnyside of the Street'. He also tells of his trans-Atlantic flight which was the first two-way non-stop flight across the Atlantic Ocean."