Columbia Thrills of Music: Buddy Rich and His Orchestra (1949) - Watch Online. Directed by Harry Foster

Genres Music     Short    
Director    
Writers Harry Foster (narrative)
Cast                    
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 10 min
Plot Jack Eigen is the disc jockey and Buddy Rich , with some incredible mugging, leads his orchestra, playing "Kicks With Sticks." Steve Condos tap dances, sometimes with Rich, to "Great Head", and band singer Betty Bonner and Rich sing "A Man Can Be a Wonderful Thing."... search for Columbia Thrills of Music: Buddy Rich and His Orchestra on IMDb

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