BURBANK SCREENING DETAILS! Sunday, September 13, 2015
Documentary Screening Details:

Event: Documentary Short, The Little Girl With the Big Voice
Date: Sunday, September 13, 2015
Time: 12:30-2:00 PM
Location: Burbank AMC Burbank Town Center 6
Address: 770 North 1st Street, Burbank, CA 91501

Helpful Links:

Buy tickets for $10: http://www.itsmyseat.com/events/537771.html
Burbank International Film Festival Screening Schedule: http://www.burbankfilmfest.org/2015-festival-screening-schedule/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/LittleGirlWithTheBigVoice
Mary’s site: https://marysmall.net/
Many thanks again!!
See you at the screening!

We are super excited that H. Kevin Miserocchi, executive director of the Tee and Charles Addams Foundation will join us for the Burbank Premiere!!! Hope to see everybody there! http://www.charlesaddams.com/


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This song has a special meaning for me because it is the only recording I have, or I think which exists, of my birth mother Patty Small Keeler’s voice. She recorded this song with her mother Mary probably in the 1960’s and it was released on Coral Records.

I have had the pleasure of meeting a lot of great people during this journey and one of them is Glenn Santos who provided us with this great picture which I believe is from the New Jersey Steel Pier in the 1930’s. It shows Mary Small with Bobby Gilbert and Ralph Dumpke, but more importantly it shows Mary’s great and close friends, who gave her a huge break after she asked the for an autograph at the Hippodrome in Baltimore. Glenn, thanks for all of your support during this project and your own incredible research product, and hopefully soon we can hear the girls sing together again!

Here are two extremely rare photographs from the Paramount Theater, circa 1934, showing entertainers Milton Berle and Mary Small.  Along with Eddie Cantor and other Vaudevillians, these entertainers really brought down the house in the 1930′s and helped create the foundations of entertainment as we know it.