Unknown Artist - Show'N Tell Picturesound Program: Wizard Of Oz album
Title: Show'N Tell Picturesound Program: Wizard Of Oz
Date of release: 1964
Size MP3: 1366 mb
Size FLAC: 1724 mb
Format: MOD AUD DTS DMF AAC AC3 MMF
Record slide:Show'n Tell Picturesound Program: Calling the Shot, Babe Ruth. Visually similar work. Record:SHOW'N TELL picturesound program Let's Paint Pictures. From same collection. Game:Dungeon Master's Screen.
The songs from the 1939 musical fantasy film The Wizard of Oz have taken their place among the most famous and instantly recognizable American songs of all time, and the film's principal song, "Over the Rainbow", is perhaps the most famous song ever written for a film. Music and lyrics were by Harold Arlen and . Yip" Harburg, who won an Academy Award for Best Song for "Over the Rainbow.
These are the Show 'n Tell picturesound programs which were manufactured in the 1960's for use with the Phono-Viewer by General Electric. Each set contains a small record (33 1/3 RPM) and filmstrip. The names of the 8 programs are as follows: Jingle Bells; The Enchanted Christmas Tree; Alphabet; John Paul Jones; Sleeping Beauty; Days, Weeks & Seasons of the Year; and What Keeps the Earth in Orbit (2 copies).
The Show 'N Tell was a toy combination record player and filmstrip viewer manufactured by General Electric from October 1964 to the 1970s at GE's Utica, NY facility. It resembled a television set, but had a record player on the top. Records and slides were sold for it in combination (known as Picturesound programs). The slide strips, a flat plastic key 11 inches long containing a strip of 16mm color film, was inserted into the top of the device
|A||Wizard Of Oz|
|B||Yellow Rose Of Texas|
- Copyright (c) – Field Enterprises Educational Corporation
NotesFrom the Show'N Tell series of recordings.
Designed exclusively for use with the General Electric Show'N Tell Phono Viewer * Trademark G.E. CO. 1964