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Vintage original 9.25 x 12.25 in. US sheet music from the 1920's Paris-set gigolo-themed war drama/romance, GIGOLO, released in 1926 by Producers Distributing Corporation (PDC) and directed by William K. Howard.


The song is entitled Gigolo, with lyric by Marian Gillespie and music by John Milton Hagen, and the front cover depicts Rod La Rocque dancing with a blonde. Published by M. Witmark Sons (N.Y.), it consists of 6 pages and is in fine condition.


*"Gigolo is a 1926 American silent romance drama film produced by Cecil B. DeMille and released by Producers Distributing Corporation. William K. Howard directed and Rod La Rocque and Jobyna Ralstonstar. The film is based on a novel, Gigolo, by Edna Ferber. Prints survive of this silent feature."
*(source: Wikipedia)


*"The heir to a family business travels to Paris to try to stop his youth-obsessed mother from squandering the family fortune with her new husband, who's married her for her money. After he returns from service in World War I, he finds his mother, now broke and abandoned by her gigolo husband. In an ironic turn of events, he winds-up squiring rich old women around Paris' nightlife, becoming the kind of gigolo he tried to save his mother from. Things take a turn for the worse when some family friends from back home turn-up in Paris and see what has become of him."
*(source: IMDb)



GIGOLO (1926) US Sheet Music 01

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