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Annette Hanshaw ~ 1933 Film from Maxwell House Showboat-We Just Couldn't Say Goodbye

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Uploaded on May 2, 2011

During the depression, Captain Henry's Maxwell House Showboat took listeners back to happier times of the old south. The show broke ground for the way it combined fictional characters like Captain Henry with real life cast members like Annette Hanshaw. Showboat was the most popular program on radio from 1933-1935 and Annette Hanshaw, a regular on the program, was America's Sweetheart and the nation's most popular female singer. The show aired nationwide on NBC affiliates every Thursday evening.
At :20, sitting to the right of Annette are Lanny Ross and Muriel Wilson, two regulars on The Maxwell House Showboat. Muriel played Mary Lou while Annette played herself.
Annette sings We Just couldn't Say Goodbye for this film which she had recorded in New York on august 16, 1932 on Banner 32541 and Perfect 12835A.

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