Studio sound truck purchased by William Klein from Paramount pictures and brought to Chicago. This truck was used by United Film and Recording Studio to supply the needed power to the camera and to the recording device that kept the two pieces in synch at all times. The truck could be used both for the studio and on location.
William L. Klein
Führer der 'Germania-RundfunkReise 1937' mit seiner berühmten 'musikalischen Wunderkiste' während einer der beliebten 'musikalischen Fundreisen' über Sender W-I-N-D.
[Leader of the "Germania-Radio-Trip 1937", with his famous "musical treasure chest" during one of the cherished "musical discovery tours" on station W-I-N-D.]
'Der Bingle' was the affectionate name for Bing Crosby which William L. Klein (standing) helped to originate during World War II. At that time, Mr. Klein was writing German lyrics for songs made popular by the singer.