A short-lived 1936 Hollywood label, laminated pressing usually with the same selection on both sides for jukebox consumption. Classic period style label with dark blue design on a gray label. A later label design uses the same artwork as Paradise Platters. Though credited to Hollywood Specialty Recordings, these were actually a product of the west coast branch of the Radio Transcription Co. Of America, Ltd., 1509 N. Vine St., Hollywood, now known as Transco and still headquartered in New Jersey. Those who are convinced this is the devil's music will be reassured to know that the Chicago office was located at 666 Lake Shore Drive. Numerical range is HS 412-HS 422. Numbers in the runout are written in the same hand as Hot Shots From Hollywood, also recorded at the Associated Cinema Studios, Hollywood. Most of its catalog was reissued on Hollywood Hot Shots.