"Men and Ukulele" is a film directed by Earl Sponable. Theodore Case is a graduate of engineering at Yale University and assists Lee DeForest (father of electron tubes) in developing sound films. After falling out of DeForrest, Case and partner E.L. Spoonnet set up a laboratory behind Case's New York City home in Osborne. They developed their own sound film system there and sold it to William Fox, which was a great success in promoting the commercial name "Sound Movie". The film is a man playing a ukulele.
Our Spanish buyers tell us that one of their customers, because of this movie, loves the ukulele, and now it is handy for playing the ukulele.