A classic example of 1953 Tv, with The Andrews Sisters singing “The Anniversary Song” (a well-known pop normal produced renowned in the United States by the late Al Jolson a few years just before and adapted from a hit Romanian peice known as “Waves of the Danube”) on Milton Berle’s “Texaco Star Theater”, a NBC tv selection series well-known at the time. This was shown *live*, and also capabilities Milton Berle dancing with radio star Gertrude Berg. Video Rating: five / five
Off of the Best of Donny & Marie DVD, here’s America’s favorite brother and sister act here are the Osmond’s singing a duet. It is their rendition of “A Little Bit of Country, A Little Bit of Rock n’ Roll.” Video Rating: four / 5
The Mitch Miller Sing Along series, initially released on record and then transferred to television proved to be one of the major music successes of the late 1950s through to the mid 1960s. Mitch himself would ask groups such as Boy Scouts and campin
TO SEE THIS INTERVIEW IN ITS ENTIRETY, PLEASE FOLLOW THIS LINK: www.youtube.com In this interview, broadcast in November 1973, three months before MAME was released, Lucille Ball acknowledges she is not a singer or dancer and explains why she thinks that should not be an issue in MAME. Please note that this was well before any portion of the film had been seen by the critics or the public. Even Lucy, herself, had not yet seen any finished takes from the film. Besides Lucille Ball, MAME also featured Bea Arthur, Robert Preston, Bruce Davison and Kirby Furlong and Jane Connell. I think Lucy was much more comfortable doing the kind of “singing” she did as Lucy Ricardo on I LOVE LUCY.
Off of the Best of Donny & Marie DVD, here’s America’s favorite brother and sister act here are the Osmond’s singing a duet. It’s their rendition of “A Little Bit of Country, A Little Bit of Rock n’ Roll.”