Columbia Thrills of Music: Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra (1948) - Watch Online. Directed by Harry Foster

Genres Music     Short    
Director    
Writers Harry Foster (narrative)
Cast                    
Country USA
Language English
Runtime USA:11 min
Plot Los Angeles radio disc jockey Fred Robbins introduces Charlie Barnet and his Orchestra in this Thrills of Music short from Columbia Pictures (in-house number 6955.) The orchestra, with Barnet on the saxophone, leads off with "Pompton Turnpike." That is followed with their rendition of "Stormy Weather" with band-singer Jean Louise providing the vocals, and the last song is "Civilization" with Jimmy Brown doing the singing.... search for Columbia Thrills of Music: Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra on IMDb

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