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Published on Apr 29, 2007
You know you've made the Big Time when you're leading a band that's accompanied with a chorus line of perky flappers. But then again, if you're Ted Weems in the early 1930's, this is the life of a famous radio bandleader.
Just another day at the beach on the Eastern Seaboard during the Jazz Age, with Norma Schutt's chorus girls at the Steel Pier in Atlantic City.