I Can't Believe that You're in Love with Me...

The Retronaut is on holiday for two weeks. During this time, we are showing a series of Soundies*.

Above: “I Can’t Believe that You’re in Love with Me” (1940s) - Peggy Mann.


*Soundies were an early version of the music video: three-minute musical films, produced in New York, Chicago, and Hollywood between 1940 and 1946, often including short dance sequences. The films were displayed on the Panoram, a coin-operated film jukebox or machine music, in nightclubs, bars, restaurants, factory lounges, and amusement centers.

- Wikipedia

Thank you very much to Simon Parr and CineGraphic

1 comment to Soundies: I Can’t Believe that You’re in Love with Me…

  • Sacha Baker

    Love the dancer’s huge drawers. Now listen to Billy Holliday’s version for a much more melancholy feel.

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