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From film "International House," 1933

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"International House" was a vehicle for a variety of vaudeville performers like Rudy Vallee -- some of which were considered dated even at the time. However due to this bring just prior to the film rating system's introduction, comedian W.C. Fields was able to sneak in quite a few risqué lines.

What also survived was this number about smoking pot.

Personnel:

Cab Calloway, vocals
Al Morgan, bass
Edwin Swayzee, trumpet
Lammar Wright, trumpet
Doc Cheatham, trumpet
DePriest Wheeler, trombone
Harry White, trombone
Eddie Barefield, reed
Andrew Brown, reed
Arville Harris, reed
Walter Thomas, reed
Bennie Payne, piano
Morris White, guitar
Leroy Maxey, drums



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