In the early 20th century, wire recorders are used largely by businesses for dictation — they are the only decent consumer recording medium. After WW2, wire is quickly replaced by magnetic tape recorders.
See also: Recording History
Scene from ‘Babes in Toyland’ (1934)
Much of the music in the L&H films (and Our Gang too) is written by Leroy Shield (*). Their ‘theme’ music, ‘The Dance of the Cuckoos’, is written in 1928 by Thomas Marvin Hatley.
▷The Ku-Ku Song Man!▹ ▷The Music of Shield and Hatley▹
Edwards Finger Wiggle Music Box (1932) Sheild music
See also: Filmography