Columbia Thrills of Music 9952: Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra (1947) - Watch Online. Directed by Harry Foster

Genres Music     Short    
Director    
Writers Harry Foster (narrative)
Cast                
Country USA
Language English
Runtime USA:10 min
Plot In this Thrills of Music short from Columbia, radio disc jockey spins the records that cut to Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra playing Thornhill's arrangement of Tchaiskoowsky's "Arabian Dance," and then Thornhill and his Orchestra provide the music while Fran Warren sings "A Sunday Kind of Love", and Gene Williams does "Oh, You Beautiful Doll."... search for Columbia Thrills of Music 9952: Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra on IMDb

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