Vogue picture records were produced by Sav-Way Industries of Detroit, Michigan. The first 10-inch Vogue picture record was released in May 1946 and production ceased less than a year later in April 1947. During this time, approximately 74 different 10-inch Vogue picture records were released.
This one is number R747...I DREAMED ABOUT YOU LAST NIGHT (Cantigo Anoche Sone). On the flip side is...GIVE ME ALL OF YOUR HEART (Dame Tu Corazon). These are by Dick La Salle and His Society Orchestra.
This record is one of the rarer titles and the graphics are fantastic... so very 1940s. There's the romance. There's the telephone and the cigarette. There's the Vivien Leigh look-alike. And the flip side has the dancers, the flirting eyes, the exotic beauty and her big maracas. What great visuals...AND they're songs that play.
Vogue picture records were very high quality with little surface noise. The illustrated records were produced using a complicated process.
This record appears to be in fairly good condition with normal age-related surface wear as most old records have. No cracks or rough edge. We haven't attempted to play it. It's so decorative that we feel it belongs on a wall or on display.
This Vogue picture record is a rarity...in all its campy glory.
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1946 Vogue Picture Record I Dreamed About You Last Night Telephone Girl