ASPECT RATIO 1.33:1.
FORMAT: NTSC REGION: ALL REGIONS.
B&W RUNNING TIME: 134 MINS.
REVIEW: Yes Sir, Mr. Bones – A young boy walks into a home for old minstrel men and wants to know more about them, cueing the oldsters to tell him (and the Lords of Flashback to show us) a performance from the days of riverboat shows. Songs (including “Is Your Rent Paid Up In Heaven?”), buck-and-wing and soft-shoe are all part of the nostalgic fun. Appearances by Cotton & Chick Watts, Ches Davis, F.E. Miller, Billy Green and The Hobnobbers, Sally Anglim, Pete Daily and His Chicagoans, Jimmy O’Brien and many more.
Square Dance Jubilee – New York television scouts (Don “Red” Barry and Wally Vernon) head west to look for musical talent for Spade Cooley’s TV show and find plenty - and even help round up some cattle rustlers! With a whopping 25 songs, this one “stacks up as a strong entry in western music market”. Appearances by Spade Cooley and his band, Cowboy Copas, Don Berry, Wally Vernon, Mary Beth Hughes, The Broome Brothers, Max Terhune, John Eldredge and many, many more.
BONUS FEATURES: *Scene selection *Original Theatrical Trailer “Kentucky Jubilee” *Yes Sir, Mr. Bones! And Square Dance Jubilee commentaries by film historians Richard Roberts and Randy Skretvedt. *Technicolor featurette: “The Shortest Way Home” (1946).