Service with a Smile (1934 film)
Service with a Smile is a 1934 Vitaphone short comedy film released by Warner Brothers on July 28, 1934 that was the first live-action film in full color (three-strip Technicolor). This film debuted in theaters a few weeks before the Pioneer Pictures film La Cucaracha (also produced in three-strip Technicolor).
|Service with a Smile|
|Directed by||Roy Mack|
|Written by||Eddie Moran|
A. Dorian Otvos
|Music by||Leo F. Forbstein|
|Cinematography||Ray Rennahan Filmed in Technicolor|
|Distributed by||Warner Brothers|
Leon shows off his new "deluxe" service station, complete with golf course, food service, and a staff of "chorus girls" pumping gas.