Video -- Classic Cool Theater's Melody of the Week: The Delta Rhythm Boys Performs 'Take the A Train' | KCET
Video -- Classic Cool Theater's Melody of the Week: The Delta Rhythm Boys Performs 'Take the A Train'
Each week, Classic Cool Theater offers a back-in-the-day cartoon, newsreel and musical number. This week, we've got the Delta Rhythm Boys performing "Take the A Train"
Check back at this URL every week to watch the "new" classic melody.
And that's not all!
- For even more historical background on all our past Classic Cool films -- and what L.A. was like when they hit theaters back in the day -- click here.
- For this week's Classic Cool Theater feature presentation, click here.
- For this week's Classic Cool Theater cartoon, click here.
- And for this week's Classic Cool Theater newsreel, click here.
And don't forget to tune into "Classic Cool Theater" every Saturday at 9 p.m. on KCET!
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