1940s, 8 unidentified, Panoram, Soundies, short musicals from 16mm film

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1940s, unidentified, Panoram, Soundies, short musicals from 16mm film
These wonderful musical films were all found on the same reel. These were spliced together sometime after being removed from a Panoram machine. I have very little musical knowledge but know for a fact that many of you do. As the information comes in I will add it to this description and at a later date reproduce the film with that information.
Thank you all in advance

THIS INFORMATION WAS PROVIDED BY SOME OUTSTANDING FOLKS! THANK YOU

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pbrgma1 #1 is Mary Had a Little Lamb by The Three Peppers from Oct. 9th 1944 Roy Branker piano, Bob Bell, guitar and Walter Williams on Bass

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DogFather0808 #3 Kay Starr & Jimmie Dodd, “Stop That Dancin’ up There.” I recognized his face and her voice. Jimmie was one of the adult Mouseketeers on the original Mickey Mouse Club in the 50s. Kay has an incredible voice, but the only song I remember her for is “The Man With the Bag” every Christmas. She died in 2016, I think in her mid-90s. Edit: Jimmie is also in the last song, “What the Country Needs.”

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DOOWOP TRB #6 is from the all black cast 1946 motion picture, “Tall, Tan and Terrific”. “I’ve Got To Go To Camp To See My Man” is performed by Francine Everett.

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