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The Bell Telephone Hour: Music of the movies (Motion picture)

Title
The Bell Telephone Hour: Music of the movies (Motion picture)
Publication
1966.

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1 reel. 55 min. 1996 ft. : sd. b&w.; 16 mm.
Uniform Title
Bell Telephone Hour (Television program)
Subjects
Note
  • Telecast on March 13, 1966 by NBC-TV. A production of Henry Jaffe Enterprises for the Bell System. Producer: Sid Smith. Executive producer: Barry Wood. Director: Dave Geisel. Writer: Lucille Kallen.
  • Choreography: Matt Mattox. Music: Various. Art direction: Peter Dohanos. Costumes: Robert Fletcher. Lighting: Phil Hymes.
  • Performed by Ray Bolger (host), Gloria de Haven, Peter L. Marshall, Ann Miller, Robert Merrill, Constance Towers, Judi Rolin, and André Previn. Bell Telephone Orchestra conducted by Donald Voorhees; Buster Davis Singers.
Call Number
*MGZHB 20-2167
Title
The Bell Telephone Hour: Music of the movies (Motion picture)
Imprint
1966.
Summary
Tribute to music in various types of movies, including college movies, dance musicals, operettas, and family entertainment. Dance highlights are the song and tap dance numbers "Latin from Manhattan," performed by Miller, and "Puttin' on the Ritz," performed by Miller and Bolger. Brief dance sequences are also included in "We're working our way through college," the song medley from The wizard of Oz, "It's easy to remember," and "The Stanley Steamer."
Local Subject
Variety dancing -- United States.
Local Subject
Television. Bell Telephone hour.
Motion pictures. Bell Telephone Hour: Music of the movies.
Added Author
Bolger, Ray, host.
Bolger, Ray, performer.
Miller, Ann, 1923-2004, performer.
Haven, Gloria de, performer.
Rolin, Judi, performer.
Fletcher, Robert, 1922- costume designer.
Mattox, Matt, choreographer.
Added Title
Bell Telephone Hour (Television program)
Research Call Number
*MGZHB 20-2167
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