Kill Kill Kill, Black Leather Black Leather Crush Crush Crush..."
OMG! I'm so glad I stumbled upon this while searching for clips from "Rain" with Joan Crawford. Sing along to the best opening title song in the world--you'll never forget the tune and you can make up your own lyrics. This movie is worth seeing-- it's odd and depressing with a weird nuclear holocaust theme. The opening sequence features the kettle-drum fueled Black Leather Rock while foppish and pretty British beach-side thug, Oliver Reed sets up easy mark, McDonald Carey.
Here is a truly bizarre and diverse convention featured in the 1932 anarchistic, musical-comedy, The Phantom President! The film stars the irrepressibly strange, George M. Cohan. True to the period and genre, New York is represented by Harlem with the black delegates interpolating Hi de Hi's into the call and response with Jimmy Durante.