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Lyrics by HARLAN THOMPSON 


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ENDING WITH A KISS 
MELODY IN SPRING 
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radio star of Captain Henry’s Maxwell House 
Show Boat, arrived in Hollywood under 
contract to Paramount and his first pic¬ 
ture, appropriately enough, will be entitled 
"Melody in Spring." Ross, a tall, blonde 
and handsome chap with a robust tenor 
voice, looks like a track man and was one 
at Yale where he won the national indoor 
300-yard intercollegiate crown. 

A native of Seattle, Washington, Lanny 
began to sing under his mother’s guidance 
when only a small child. In fact, he made his 
theatrical debut at the age of 2. Later he 
joined the choir at St. John the Divine 
Cathedral in New York and from then on 
paid most of his school expenses by his 
singing. In 1924 he won a scholarship to 
Yale and by 1931 was the proud possessor 
of both a bachelor of arts and a bachelor 
of law degree. 

But his work with the Yale Glee Club had 
won him a part time radio job through 
which he had built up a tremendous follow¬ 
ing as the "Troubadour of the Moon," and 
later as the star of the Show Boat Hour. In 
1933 this famous radio troupe made a mo¬ 
tion picture short. Paramount officials were 
struck by Lanny’s good looks and vocal abil¬ 
ity and signed him to a long term contract. 


with 

Charlie Ruggles 
Mary Boland 
Ann Sothern 
Directed by Norman 
McLeod. AParamount 
Picture..will introduce 
Lanny Ross to motion 
picture audiences