Category 1938

1938 Musical Films

1938 Musical Films

Here are the list for 1938 Musical Films

Musical Movies

Care free, starring Fred Astaire and also Ginger Rogers
Champagnegaloppen, starring Svend Methling and also Valdemar Møller.Cocoanut Grove, starring Fred MacMurray, Harriet Hilliard, Ben Blue and also Eve Arden.

Cowboy from Brooklyn, starring Dick Powell as well as Priscilla Lane Medical professional Rhythm, starring Bing Crosby, Mary Carlisle and also Beatrice Lillie.Dos amigos y un amor, routed by Lucas Demare Es leuchten pass away Sterne, starring Ernst Fritz Fürbringer and also Fridtjof Mjøen Fresher Year, starring Constance Moore, William Lundigan as well as Dixie Dunbar. Directed by Frank McDonald.

The Girl Of The Golden West, starring Jeanette MacDonald as well as Nelson Eddy Going Places’, ‘starring Dick...

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Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

    Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two

I know you might have been waiting for Life And Times Of Irving Berlin Part Two, but I wanted to show you the many other performers that I like first before I do their biology all at once and on the same week as I have before and don’t worry, I’ll be doing my other favorites before I bring more on my website.

You may or may not like Irving Berlin, but you can’t deny that he had a 60 years career and that’s something no other performers can say specially the ones from today.

Alexand’s Ragtime Band

“Alexander’s Ragtime Band” sparked an international dance craze in places as far away as Berlin’s native Russia, which also “flung itself into the ragtime beat with an abandon bordering on mania...

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The Talented Kenny Rogers Part One

The Talented Kenny Rogers Part One

Kenneth Ray Rogers (born August 21, 1938) is an American singer, songwriter, actor, record producer, and entrepreneur. He is a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Kenny Rogers

Rogers, concert, Chumash Casino Resort hall, Santa Ynez, California, September 27, 2006.
Background information
Birth name
Kenneth Ray Rogers
Born
August 21, 1938 (age 78)
Origin
Houston, Texas, United States
Genres
* Country pop adult contemporary soft rock rock jazz
Occupations
* Singer songwriter actor record producer entrepreneur
Instruments
* Vocals guitar bass guitar harmonica fiddle
Years active
1958–present
Labels
* Cue Carlton Mercury United Artists Giant Reprise Atlantic Curb RCA Dreamcatcher Capitol WEA Warner Bros.
Associated acts
* The Scholars The Bobby Doyle...

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The Life And Times Andy Williams Part Five

The Life And Times Andy Williams Part Five

The Columbia years

Williams’s move to Columbia Records in 1961 heralded the start of a highly successful series of albums produced by Robert Mersey that focused on standards, including many from stage and screen, with some Easy Listening hits of the day eventually becoming part of the formula. One of these projects, 1962’s Moon River and Other Great Movie Themes, became his first album to reach the top 10 on Billboard’s Top LP’s chart and his earliest recording to receive Gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America...

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The Life And Times Of Andy Williams Part Two

The Life And Times Of Andy Williams Part Two

1962–1980: Move to Columbia

In 1961, Williams married Claudine Longet, moved to Los Angeles, California, and signed with Columbia Records. Williams first album with Columbia, Danny Boy and Other Songs I Love to Sing, was a chart success, peaking at No. 19. He was then asked to sing “Moon River”, the theme from Breakfast at Tiffany’s, at the 1962 Academy Awards, where it won Best Original Song. Archie Bleyer at Cadence had previously told Williams that “Moon River” would not be a hit, but the Columbia producers encouraged Andy to record the song along with eleven other movie themes for an album. After Williams performed the song at the awards show, it became a hit...

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The Life And Times Of Andy Williams Part One

The Life And Times Of Andy Williams Part One

Andy Williams

Howard Andrew Williams (December 3, 1927 – September 25, 2012) was an American popular music singer. He recorded 44 albums in his career, 15 of which have been gold-certified and three of which have been platinum-certified. He was also nominated for six Grammy Awards. He hosted The Andy Williams Show, a television variety show, from 1962 to 1971, and numerous TV specials. The Andy Williams Show garnered three Emmy awards. The Moon River Theatre in Branson, Missouri, is named after the song he is most known for singing—Johnny Mercer and Henry Mancini’s “Moon River”. He sold more than 100 million records worldwide, including 10.5 million certified units in the United States.
Andy Williams

Williams in 1969
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The Fantastic Andrew Sisters Part Four

The Fantastic Andrew Sisters Part Four

The Fantastic Andrew Sisters Part Four

The Fantastic Andrew Sisters Part Four

Well, it’s Part Four, and I can’t wait for you to read it and listen to my album, for I know you will want to stick around for.The Fantastic Andrew Sisters Part Four, will let you explore what they were doing in the 1970’s in publicly and privately with each other, that isn’t mean a lot.

Comeback

Patty and Maxene’s careers experienced a resurgence when Bette Midler covered “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy” in 1973. The next year, the pair debuted on Broadway in the Sherman Brothers’ nostalgic World War II musical: Over Here! which premiered at the Shubert Theatreto rave reviews. This was a follow-up to Patty’s success in Victory Canteen, a 1971 Californiarevue...

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The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Four

The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Four

Personal life

Marriages

Francis has been married four times. The longest-lasting union was five years (1973-1978) with Joseph Garzilli, a restaurateur and travel-agency owner. She was also married for four months to Dick Kannellis, a press agent and entertainment director for the Aladdin Hotel (1964); ten months to Izzy Marrion, a hair-salon owner (1971-1972); and eight months to TV producer Bob Parkinson (1985-1986).

Relationship with Bobby Darin

Early in her career, Francis was introduced to Bobby Darin, then an up-and-coming singer and songwriter. Darin’s manager arranged for him to help write several songs for her. Despite some disagreement about material, after several weeks Darin and Francis developed a romantic relationship...

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The Life And Times Of Gordon Lightfoot Part Four

The Life And Times Of Gordon Lightfoot Part Four

Personal life

Lightfoot has been married three times. His first marriage in April 1963 was to a Swedish woman, Brita Ingegerd Olaisson, with whom he had two children, Fred and Ingrid. They divorced in 1973, the marriage ending in part because of his infidelity. Lightfoot has acknowledged that his musical touring and the difficulty of fidelity in a long-distance relationship contributed to the failure of at least two relationships:
The song “If You Could Read My Mind” was written in reflection upon his disintegrating marriage...

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The Life And Times Of Gordon Lightfoot Part Three

The Life And Times Of Gordon Lightfoot Part Three

Illness and return to performing

By January 2002 Lightfoot had written 30 new songs for his next studio album. He recorded guitar and vocal demos of some of these new songs. In September, before the second concert of a two-night stand in Orillia, Lightfoot suffered severe stomach pain and was airlifted to McMaster Medical Centre in Hamilton, Ontario. He underwent surgery for a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm, and he remained in serious condition in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Lightfoot endured a six-week coma and a tracheotomy, and he underwent four surgical operations. All of his remaining 2002 concert dates were cancelled...

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