Michael Feinstein visits film collector Mark Cantor who demonstrates his Panoram machine, which was used to play 'Soundies' in the 1940s. Soundies were the original music videos, a kind of motion picture juke box installed in bars and restaurants that offered short musical films of all the popular talents of the era.
Michael Feinstein visits Hugh Hefner, the founder of Playboy Magazine, at the famed Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles. Hefner is a passionate collector of the American Songbook, and shows Feinstein his record collection and shares a film clip of his favorite singer, the British crooner Al Bowlly.
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