It is difficult to believe that this song - which includes part of "Old Folks At Home" - was performed as recently as 1933, in the film Hello Everybody
in which Smith played herself, and at which time she was the highest paid female star in radio, earning a reputed $3,000 a week - no wonder she was smiling. Hello Everybody
is said to have been the most expensive film ever made at the time, costing a cool $2 million. Unsurprisingly, it bombed. Kindly leave the stage.
Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2