dontate now

Contact
Join Email List

Facebook  Become a Fan on Facebook
twitter  Follow Us on Twitter

329 West 18th Street Suite 3A
Chicago, Illinois 60616
(312) 243-1808
info@chicagofilmarchives.org

Search Collections

Let’s Sing: Kernels of Korn

Bookmark and Share
Film Identifier: F.2005-01-0159
Run Time
0h 8m 53s
Format
16mm
Color
B&W
Sound
Optical
Date Produced
1949
Abstract
Universal's series entry in the audience participation sing-along shorts. Harry Ranch and his Kernels of Korn Band do the music play the numbers "It's Above the Adam's Apple," "Why Did I Teach My Girl to Drive," and "I'll See You in My Dreams." There are lyrics to sing along and some animation.
Log
00:36 - “Why Did I Teach My Girl to Drive?” copyright 1947 by Mutual Music Society, Inc. 02:50 - “It’s Above the Adam’s Apple” words and music by Harry Ranch 05:18 - “I’ll See You In My Dreams” copyright 1924 by Leo Feist, Inc., lyrics by Gus Kahn Music - Isham Jones
Distributors
Castle Films, inc.
Main Credits
Moore, Harold (is director)
Additional Credit
Castle Films, inc. (is contributor)
Moore, Harold (is contributor)
Actors, Performers and Participants
Ranch, Harry (is musician)
Genre
Music
Subject
Music
Related Place
United States (production location of)