Is Everybody Happy? (1929) Online
This is a fictional story about a fictional popular band leader and clarinetist named Ted Todd, set in the 1890s to 1920s New York City, performed by a popular band leader and clarinetist named Ted Lewis. Many of the original band members, including Muggsy Spainer, of the Ted Lewis Orchestra, appear in this fictional film.
|Ted Lewis||-||Ted Todd|
|Alice Day||-||Gail Wilson|
|Ann Pennington||-||Lena Schmitt|
|Lawrence Grant||-||Victor Molnár|
|Julia Swayne Gordon||-||Mrs. Molnár|
|Purnell Pratt||-||Stage Manager|
|Muggsy Spanier||-||Muggsy Spanier|
This film is believed lost. Please check your attic.
The sound discs for this film survive in the UCLA Film and Television Archives.
Vitaphone production reels #3500-3508
When Ted Lewis sings the song "I'm the Medicine Man For the Blues" he sings "I'm the Medicine Man For Your Blues".