The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Six

The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Six

The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Six

The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Six

I’ve been working on my past blogs and I notice that I haven’t finished their biographies, well I’m doing them now. Here’s The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Six, I hope you enjoy it, as much as I have.

 

Work



Musical Genres


While her singles were mostly kept in the then-current sounds of the day such asrock ‘n’ roll, novelty songs, the twist, torch ballads, or the girl group soundcreated by Brill Building alumni Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry, Francis albumsrepresented her in a variety of styles, ranging from R&B, vocal jazz, and countryto Broadway standards, children‘s music, waltzes, spiritual music, schlager music,traditionals from various ethnic groups represented in the US, and select songsfrom popular songwriters of the day, such as Burt Bacharach and Hal David, or LesReed.

Discography

Filmography (Cinema).

Movie Title.
Year.
Role.
Co-actors.
Director.
Producer.
Notes.
Rock, Rock, Rock.
1956.
Dori Graham.
( Singing voice only).
Tuesday Weld, Valerie Harper, Chuck Berry, Lavern Baker.
Will Price.
Max Rosenberg, Milton Subotsky.
Connie Francis provided the singing voice for Tuesday Weld as Dori Graham.
Jamboree.
1957.
Honey Winn.
( Singing voice only).
Freda Holloway, Paul Carr, Dick Clark.
Roy Lockwood.
Max Rosenberg, Milton Subotsky.
Connie Francis provided the singing voice for Freda Holloway as Honey Winn.
The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw.
1958.
Miss Kate.
( Singing voice only).
Jayne Mansfield, Kenneth More, Bruce Cabot, Sid James.
Raoul Walsh.
David M. Angel.
Connie Francis provided the singing voice for Jayne Mansfield as Miss Kate.
Where the Boys Are.
1961.
Angie.
Paula Prentiss, Yvette Mimieux, Dolores Hart, George Hamilton, Jim Hutton.
Henry Levin.
Joe Pasternak.
.
Follow the Boys.
1963.
Bonnie Pulaski.
Paula Prentiss, Janis Paige, Russ Tamblyn.
Richard Thorpe.
Lawrence P. Bachmann.
.
Looking for Love.
1964.
Libby Caruso.
Jim Hutton, Joby Baker, Susan Oliver.
Don Weis.
Joe Pasternak.
.
When the Boys Meet the Girls.
1965.
Ginger Gray.
Harve Presnell, Louis Armstrong, Herman‘s Hermits, Liberace.
Alvin Ganzer.
Sam Kazman.
.
Filmography (Television).

Movie Title.
Year.
Role.
Co-actors.
Director.
Producer.
Notes.
The Sister and the Savage.
( episode of Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theatre).
1966.
Sister Mary Clare.
James Farentino, Steve Carlson.
Gerald Mayer.
unknown.
.


Bibliography.

Book title.
Publishing year.
Publisher.
ISBN.
For Every Young Heart.
1963.
Prentice Hall.
None.
Who‘s Sorry Now?
1984.
St. Martin‘s Press.
0-312-87088-4.

 

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