Obverse, right facing head of Oakie, JACK OAKIE.
Reverse: PARAMOUNT STAR / IN / "TOO MUCH HARMONY".
A singing star (Bing Crosby) brings small-town talent, including a comedian (Jack Oakie) and an actress (Judith Allen), with him to Broadway.
Initial release: September 23, 1933.
Director: A. Edward Sutherland.
Music composed by: Heinz Roemheld.
Producer: William LeBaron.
Production company: Paramount Pictures.