Goodnight Sweetheart – 1930s Color Fashion Movie

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25 Responses to “Goodnight Sweetheart – 1930s Color Fashion Movie”

  1. Miki Lynn says:

    Oh what a fine era that was! It would be so neat to go back in time just
    for a day….

  2. astridbelge says:

    a troublesome and unsettling decade, but the fashion could not be lovelier

  3. Meredith Riggs says:

    Ah, this must have been shot when the Marx Brothers were filming Horse
    Feathers! (The description says this was shott during a Marx Brothers movie
    in 1932). I love the Marx Brothers! And I love the fashion and movies from
    the ’30s. I want to be a film historian someday.

  4. LisaFreemontStreet says:

    perfection…

  5. Maysongbirds NineteenSeventies says:

    easy wearing relaxed flowy clothes with grace and colopur. Love it

  6. BillieJean4all says:

    @BillieJean4all *but not in a bad WAY**

  7. SirRiehl says:

    @skarvika Omg it is!! I KNOW it is because that litlle face she makes at
    2:18 is signature Helen Kane.

  8. Mike Miller says:

    Love this video

  9. BillieJean4all says:

    its beautiful and stuff.. but one of the girls look like a man x)

  10. falleninto says:

    ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh i loved this so much!

  11. Melissa Juice says:

    lovely video :)

  12. stlgtrace says:

    How beautiful!!! Women looked feminine but yet assertive in the 1930s!

  13. Jana Tweedy says:

    @Xmoeshie147 I have thought the same thing before. Only the woman at the
    end of this video would be considered attractive in our modern sense of
    beauty but in their era all of them were gorgeous.

  14. Susan Sanchez says:

    @BillieJean4all I agree. lol.

  15. HoorayTV21 says:

    Actually the film is from 1930 as the Marx Bros clip is from Animal
    Crackers, the film this is from was a test film of the Multicolor process.

  16. MsOntariocanada says:

    is someone saying that one of the models is really a man. Honestly that is
    just so crazy. I think many many people on youtube are lonely bitter people
    who just want attention and stir up garbage to get it. Why do they think
    she is a man ? because she is not half naked like the women and girls of
    today. we need to look at the time period. No plastic surgery, no fake
    boobs, fake lips, no anorexia etc Shocking I know but this is what a real
    woman looks like

  17. nwadgnikaerb says:

    @Voyeur53 i’m the same way, especially this one with the singing of
    “goodnight sweetheart” throughout

  18. Xavier Quiñones de León says:

    I believe that all people in 20s dress black and white -surpriced me they
    know about existing colours

  19. MsOntariocanada says:

    Oh fuck….never never never…..women did not swear in public back
    then…social suicide that would have been

  20. bearcub410 says:

    I LOVE THESE OLD CLIPS , IN THE 1920’S AND 1930’S WOMEN PLUCKED THEIR
    EYEBROWS OUT AND PENCILED THEM IN . IT WAS GREAT THEN BUT AS THEY GOT OLDER
    IT LOOKED AWFUL . I REMEMBER AS A KID SEEING WOMEN IN THEIR 60’S WITH
    PENCILED IN BROWS THAT WERE CROOKED .GREAT CLIP

  21. malyavka says:

    The girl on 2 minute looks unreal, almost like a doll

  22. Vieux Disques says:

    This is WONDERFULL… perfect with the voice of Al Bowlly… Thanks a lot!

  23. missdarcy321 says:

    I really love those little cloche hats but they were meant to be worn with
    short hair and no way am I cutting off my long hair!

  24. Luanne Peers says:

    I love the elegance of those times, the music, the fashion, the way you
    moved,looked,spoke and acted. Skinny but feminine. Love it

  25. Luanne Peers says:

    fashions were lovely and flowy, not stiff, relaxed and soft textures.