A Song in the Dark: The Birth of the Musical Film

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction 3
  • Chapter 1 Vitaphone Prologue 13
  • Chapter 2 1928: Breaking the Sound Barrier 41
  • Chapter 3 the Broadway Melody 59
  • Chapter 5 Finding a Voice 105
  • Chapter 6 Dueling Mammies 143
  • Chapter 7 Hollywood Revued 161
  • Chapter 8 Broadway Babies 189
  • Chapter 9 "With All Its Original Stage Enchantment" 222
  • Chapter 10 Just Imagine 245
  • Chapter 11 the Cuckoos 262
  • Chapter 12 of Viennese Nights and Golden Dawns 278
  • Chapter 13 is It a Musical? 309
  • Chapter 14 the March of Time 323
  • Chapter 16 1933: "We'Re in the Money" 371
  • Chapter 17 1934: the Past as Prologue 408
  • Epilogue 433
  • Appendix I a Selective Discography: the First Musicals on Record 437
  • Appendix Iim Notes on Lost Films 453
  • Notes on Sources 457
  • Selected Bibliography 471
  • Index 475
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