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Lots of phonographs in Jean Renoir's film of ca 1939, title will come to  
mind.
 
 And of course the movie of 'My Fair Lady.'
 
Allen
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In a message dated 9/26/2014 6:17:38 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
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Warner  Bros. owned Brunswick Records for several years and in the final
scene --  the "delivery" scene -- of "Public Enemy" (1931) they linger
quite a while  on a Brunswick record being played by Cagney's mother,
"I'm Forever Blowing  Bubbles".  It uses the older label format since the
song was from  around 1922.  
Mike Biel       [log in to unmask]