sheet music from 1934 movie "Shoot the Works" starring Dorothy Dell, Jack Oakie,Alison Skipworth,& Roscoe Karns. Featuring Ben Bernie and his Merry Lads on the cover, along with featured stars' photos also. Selection of music is titled "With my eyes wide open I'm dreaming" by Mack Gordon and Harry Revel. Good condition, with all pages intact. See photo.
Nice sheet music from the movie "Doctor Rhythm" with Bing Crosby, Mary Carlisle,Beatrice Lillie, & Andy Divine, 1938. Bing and Mary featured on the cover. Selection is for "On The Sentimental Side" by John Burke & James V. Monaco
Sheet music from 1943, featuring Al Trace on the cover. Selection is Mairzy Doats, by Milton Drake, Al Hoffman,& Jerry Livingston. Pretty good condition, see photo.
Sheet music from 1947 titled Gypsy by Billy Reid. Great condition. See photo
sheet music from 1953 in extra nice condition. Selection of song is "Make love to me" by Bill Norvas,Allan Copeland,Leon Roppalo,Paul Mares,Benny Pollack,George Brunies,Mel Stitzel,& Walter Melrose. Cover is a picture of Jo Stafford, signed.(not autograph) Printed signature. See photo, nice.
Sheet music from the 1927 RKO radio picture, "Higher and Higher" starring Frank Sinatra, Michelle Morgan, and Jack Haley. This selection of music titled "I Couldn't sleep a wink last night" by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh. Frank at the CBS microphone and photos of supporting stars. Good condition and complete. See photo.
Sheet music from 1927. Selection is "An Old Guitar and an Old Refrain" by Gus Kahn, Ben Black, & Neil Moret. Average used condition. Spine seperated pages, a few creases and wear.Colorful cover, See photo.
Sheet music from the movie "Our Modern Maidens" starring Joan Crawford, Rod Larocque, Douglas Fairbanks, Anita Page & Josephine Dunn. This selection titled "I've waited a lifetime for you" by Joe Goodwin, & Gus Edwards. A great Deco Character of Joan Crawford in dance costume. Fantastic cover art! Small minor tears that aren't too bad. See photo.
Sheet music from 1927. Bye-Bye Pretty Baby by Jack Gardner & Spike Hamilton. Cover illustrated by Leff and a photo of Esther Hamilton. Spine has been taped. Average wear condition. See photo.
Sheet music from the 1936 western Rythym on the Range, starring Bing Crosby , Frances Farmer, & Bob Burns. Cover photo of Bing Crosby and Frances Farmer in the sillouette of a cowboys head. This music selection is titled I can't escape from you, by Leo Robin and Richard A. Whiting. Good condition, see photo. Nice to frame for a western theme.
Sheet music from Warner brothers talking picture, The Gold Diggers of Broadway 1929. Selection is Mechanical Man by Al Dubin and Joe Burke.Flapper girl on the cover along with several photos of stars of that era. Winnie Lightner, Nick Lucas,Nancy Welford,Conway Tearle,Lilyan Tashman, & Ann Pennington. A little wear, prettty good condition.All pages are here. See photo.
Sheet music from 1929 vitaphone picture, "She Couldn't Say No". Selection is watching my dreams go by, sung by Winnie Lightner. Lyrics by AL Dubin and music by Joe Burke. Good condition, but spine had been taped. See photo.
Sheet music from The Gold Diggers of Broadway 1929. Selection of this music is Tip Toe Through the Tulips by Al Dubin and Joe Burke. Cover has illustration of a flapper and several stars featured in this movie. Complete, and in average condition with rough edges inside and has been taped along spine before. See photo. Suitable for framing.
Col sheet music from 1944. Cover by Barbelle. This selection is Bell Bottom Trousers by Moe Jaffe. Four singing Sailors dance across the cover of this music. Nice condition, but pages are seperated.
Sheet music from WWII era 1944. Featuring the music selection I'll walk alone by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne. From the Universal film Follow The Boys featured by Dinah Shore on the cover. Very good condition.
Sheet music from 1944. Into each life some rain must fall by Allan Roberts and Doris Fisher. Sung by The Ink Spots and Ella Fitzgerald on Decca records.. Great condition.
Sheet music from 1945. Lily Belle by Dave Franklin and Irving Taylor. Recorded for Colombia by Frank Sinatra. Entire cover is a large picture of Frank. Exceptionally nice condition!
Sheet music dated 1927, a fox trot song. Selection of music titled If I can't have you (I want to be lonesome-I want to be blue).By Walter Donaldson. Good condition, spine has been taped and a couple tears on the back. See photo.