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Enjoy this video clip from
"Captain Henry’s Showboat" (1933)
with Annette singing "We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye".

We Just Couldn’t Say Goodbye
Click on photo to play
(wmv format - 6 megs)

This is Annette’s only appearance on film.

Annette Hanshaw’s Personal Memorabilia Collection

After Annette passed in 1985, Annette’s husband, Herb Kurtin, gave a friend of mine some posters and advertising ads that they had been saving. The Annette items were professionally scanned and are presented here for the first time on the web for your enjoyment. The record advertising promos shown below are the original 1920’s-1930’s issues saved by Annette.

Note: Much to my regret I have had to watermark certain images below due to widespread pilfering and some profiteering of images from this web site. A greater appreciation can be derived from these images by clicking on each for a larger, detailed view.

Pathé Advertising Sheet

Pathé Record 32235 Advertising Sheet, February 1927
With Lee Morse, Pathé Rooster, Ukelele Ike

Pathé Record 32240 Advertising Sheet

Pathé Record 32240 Advertising Sheet, February 1927

Pathé, December 1926

Pathé, December 1926

Okeh Records New Release Sheet January 1930

Okeh Records
New Release Sheet
January 1930

Velvet Tone Record 1706-V Advertising Sheet (Brown)

Velvet Tone Record 1706-V Advertising Sheet (Brown), July 1928

Velvet Tone Record 1706-V Advertising Sheet (White)

Velvet Tone Record 1706-V Advertising Sheet (White), July 1928

Velvet Tone Record 1859-V

Velvet Tone Record 1859-V, February 1929

Velvet Tone Record 1910-V

Velvet Tone Record 1910-V, April 1929

Velvet Tone Record 2155-V

Velvet Tone Record 2155-V, May 1930

Perfect Records Advertising Sheet

Perfect Record 12835 Advertising Sheet, August 1932

Subscribe to the Bulletin (Top)

Subscribe to the Bulletin (Bottom)

Subscribe to the Bulletin

Maxwell House Coffee Ad, Saturday Evening Post, August 12, 1933

Maxwell House Coffee Ad
Saturday Evening Post, August 12, 1933
Full cast: Molasses and January (far left & far right),
Charles Winninger (Captain Henry), Annette, Lanny Ross,
Edmund "Tiny" Ruffner, & Muriel Wilson (as "Mary Lou")

Maxwell House Coffee Ad, Saturday Evening Post, February 24, 1934

Maxwell House Coffee Ad
Saturday Evening Post, February 24, 1934
Tiny Ruffner and Annette

Maxwell House Coffee Ad, Saturday Evening Post, June 16, 1934

Maxwell House Coffee Ad
Saturday Evening Post, June 16, 1934
Annette and Conrad Thibault

To see more Maxwell House Coffee ads with Annette, click this link.

All-Star Camel Caravan

All-Star Camel Caravan
Walter O’Keefe, Annette, Glen Gray

Radio Guide, November 10, 1934

Radio Guide, November 10, 1934

Western Union Telegram (Top) From a Group of Annette’s Fans October 1936

Western Union Telegram (Bottom) From a Group of Annette’s Fans October 1936

Western Union Telegram
From a Group of Annette’s Fans
In Honor of Annette’s Birthday, October 1936

Artists and Orchestras Represented by Rockwell O’Keefe Inc., 1930’s

Artists and Orchestras Represented by Rockwell O’Keefe Inc., 1930’s

Listen to
Annette Hanshaw on Rich Conaty's "Big Broadcast"
Rich Conaty's
"Big Broadcast"

Click on each image
for a larger view



Dusky Stevedore (1928)
Dusky Stevedore (1928)


Lying In The Hay (1932)
Lying In The Hay (1932)


MP3s
Annette Hanshaw - Lovable And Sweet (1929)
"Lovable and Sweet"


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