We haven't heard episodes of "Nonsense and Melody" in quite some time, so I'll start putting up the remaining episodes in my collection of this syndicated comedy variety show produced by Transco in 1935-36.
The show takes the form of a kind of world cruise and the troop has just left Switzerland. Featured comedians Gill and Doemling kick off the program, introducing a number by a crack banjo player giving us a jazzed up version of "Oh Susanna". Fifi sings a sexy little French number then Gill and Doemling doing a sketch where a drunk man visits a real estate agent. The Jack Tars close out the show with an unidentified song.
The program was transferred from an original red vinyl Bruce Eells and Associates vinyl transcription that dates from a later reissue of the show in the 1940s.