The owner of a music shop Gus Van takes a lyrical song, then turns to the girl asking what she wanted to buy.
Peggy Girl sings a song about his life and the man-dream.
Gus tells her that this record is not, but she had a plate and so he invites her to become a clerk in his store.
Gus Brown sings about a playful song.
Peggy drew attention to a couple of Hus, who sleeps standing at the counter.
Gus includes gramophone, puts the record with rhythmic music, dancing tap to pair and then goes away.
Gus makes Peggy compliment about her dress, she replies that he is sewn from old pajamas of her father.
Peggy sings a song in the jargon that even in the hands of it's nothing, but it can portray them anything.
USA, 1935, music, trade
The shop is part of a young man in a white suit, asks a couple of records.
Gus invites him to try the clarinet sound.
Ray plays, bent over the body, hat juggling, doing somersaults, takes second clarinet and played on both.
As a result, it takes both the clarinet and leaves.
Gus sings Negro jazz style, depicting people who can play different instruments.
The shop consists of a few young people are asked to different musical instruments and sing in a country style.
Enter the three girls in identical dresses, sisters Rendell, and join the musicians, they sing about the different musical instruments.
All singers and musicians go in single file to the output, followed by leaves and Peggy.
Gus sings that in his shop everyone will find the music to your liking.
USA, 1935, music, sale, musical instruments