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The musical comedy Between The Devil, with lyrics by Howard Dietz and music by Arthur Schwartz, is presented at The Imperial Theatre, Broadway, New York City, USA, during a run of 93 performances.
The Prairie Ramblers record I Wish I Had Never Seen Sunshine, On The Sunny Side Of The Rockies, High Wide And Handsome, Old Cowboy and 'Deed We Do for Vocalion Records in Chicago, Illinois, USA.
A new gossip column, Hedda Hopper's Hollywood, makes its debut in the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California, USA. Miss Hopper will become a famed gossip columnist, known for her extraordinary hats. Her hats will become so famous that, in the 1946 film Breakfast in Hollywood, Del Porter, backed by Spike Jones and his City Slickers, will sing a novelty song, A Hat For Hedda Hopper, while Hopper sits in the audience wearing an extravagantly large milliner's creation.
Chick Webb And His Orchestra, with Ella Fitzgerald on vocals, play the eighth night of a lengthy engagement at The Flamingo Room in Levaggi's Restaurant, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Playing in the restaurant's basement are The Ink Spots.
The George Formby film I See Ice is previewed for the trade in the UK. Songs in the film include In My Little Snapshot Album, Noughts And Crosses and Mother What'll I Do Now?
Popular conductor and composer Ray Conniff marries Emily Jo Ann Imhof.
Teddy Petersen's Orkester, with vocalist Marguerite Viby, records Hot-Hot! and Jag Har Alskat Dej Sa Lange Jag Kan Minnas in Copenhagen, Denmark, Europe, for Polydor Records.