Sheet music from 1934. Artwork by Perret. Deco style womans head with fan. Don't let your love go wrong, by George Whiting, Nat Schwartz, and J.C. Johnson. Good condition. Spine has been taped and upper left corner has a hand written name & date. See photo.
Sheet music by Edgar Leslie, Joe Burke, & Al Sherman. 1937 Moonlight on the Highway, introduced by Guy Lombardo. Deco cover art bu Cliff & Miska, with additional photo of Guy Lombardo in lower corner. Very Nice condition.
Sheet music from the production "Hit Parade in 1937. Was it Rain by Walter Hirsch and Lou Handman. Photo of Frances Langford and Phil Regan on the cover.Extremely nice condition. See photo. Light pencil name on cover.
Sheet music from the 1939 motion picture "The great John L." Starring Linda Darnell, Barbara Britton, Lee Sullivan & Greg McClure. A Bing Crosby production. Music "A friend of yours" by Johnny Burke & Jimmy Van Heusen. This is in very nice condition!! See photo.
Sheet music from the 1935 motion picture "The Great Zigfield".Cover picture of William Powell Luise Rainer, & Myrna Loy. song lyrics by Harold Adamson, and music by Walter Donaldson. Very good condition with the exception of spine seperated. Complete.
Sheet music from John Hustons 1953 film Moulin Rouge, starring Jose Ferrer, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Suzanne Flon and Colette Marchand. Music by George Auric and lyrics by William Engvick. Xtra nice condition!! Zsa Zsa on the all red and black cover, in a can-can dress.
Vintage sheet music featuring The Marx Brothers, Groucho, Harpo & Chico with Kitty Carlisle. From the 1935 movie "Alone At Last". Lyrics by Arthur Reed and music by Nacio Herb Brown. Pretty nice condition. Spine has been retaped, a few minor bends, no rips or tears, see photo. Cover picture of Groucho & Kitty.
Sheet music from the 1950 movie, "The Great Caruso". Titled The Lovliest Night of the Year.Picture of Mario Lanza & Ann Blyth on the cover. Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster, music adapted by Irving Aaronson. Very good condition, no stains or rips. Spine has ben taped nicely.
Sheet music from 1928. Sung by Miss Lupe Velez, featured in the Paramount picture, "The Wolf Song". YO TE AMO means I love you,by Richard Whiting & Alfred Bryan. Has a picture of Lupe Velez on the cover. Fair condition, spine has been taped, and a few small tears on front, no staining or missing pieces.