A vaudeville sketch from 1906 set in lower Manhattan, Peaches and Cream, performed by Ada Jones and Len Spencer.
An enjoyable vaudeville-style sketch centered around the song "Peaches and Cream"
written by John Lowitz and
Notice the goof by Spencer at 1:56 the record checkers let it pass.
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|10/1999||Clancy's Prize Waltz Contest||Comic sketch||Len Spencer||1904|
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|09/2003||The Dixie Rube||Descriptive Selection||Edison Military Band||1906|
|06/2008||The Golden Wedding||Vaudeville||Ada Jones & Len Spencer||1905|
|01/2003||Hebrew Vaudeville - parody on Rip Van Winkle was a Lucky Man||Hebrew monologue||Julian Rose||1903|
|11/2007||Hickory Bill||Talking & banjo||Len Spencer & Fred Van Epps||1907|
|03/2005||Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana||Vocal violin imitation||Edith Helena||1907|
|04/2011||Mandy and Her Man||Vaudeville sketch||Ada Jones & Len Spencer||1906|
|06/2009||The Musical Moke||Vaudeville specialty||Len Spencer||1901|
|07/2005||Pat O'Brien's Automobile||Street scene||Steve Porter||1908|
|09/2004||Rudolph and Rosie at the Roller Rink||Skating scene||Ada Jones & Len Spencer||1907|
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