Sing along with Mitch. Show no. 18

Title
Sing along with Mitch. Show no. 18 / starring Mitch Miller and the Sing Along Gang, with Diana Trask, Leslie Uggams, Jill Corey [and Jimmy Carroll].
Publication
[1961], 1985.
Electronic Resource
Streaming video available at NYPL Research Libraries only.

Details

Additional Authors
Found In
Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image
Description
1 streaming video file (51:19) : sound, color
Uniform Title
Sing along with Mitch (Television program)
Alternative Title
  • Cake walk.
  • Crusing down the river.
  • Deep river.
  • Dixie.
  • Down by the riverside.
  • Goin' back to Dixie.
  • Here comes the showboat.
  • I'm gonna sit right down here and write myself a letter.
  • Mandy.
  • Mississippi mud.
  • Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image.
  • Old man river.
  • Shrimp boats.
  • Silver dollar.
  • Sing along theme.
  • St. Louis blues.
  • Stars fell on Alabama.
  • Swanee.
  • Sweet Sue.
  • Vive l'amour.
  • Waiting for the Robert E. Lee.
  • Way down yonder in New Orleans.
  • Web-footed friends.
  • When it's springtime in the Rockies.
  • When the saints come marchin' in.
  • You are my sunshine.
Subject
Genre/Form
Music videos.
Note
  • Title from videotape.
  • Video is erratic.
  • "Crest National Videotape & Film Laboratories; MGM/UA; "Mitch Miller Show #18; part 1 of 1; length: 50:37; Crest National Videotape Laboratories; 11/4/85; VTWO# 29762; 3/4" cassette; 1141 N. Seward, Hollywood, CA 90038; (213) 462-6696"--From original videotape container.
  • "NBC; date: 8/22/61; P.B. TBA; title: Mitch #18"--Originally from videotape.
  • "The preceding program was pre-recorded; An All American Features Inc. production"---From original videotape.
Access (note)
  • Access via streaming video file restricted to onsite at New York Public Library secure reading rooms.
Credits (note)
  • Bill Hobin, producer and director ; Gordon Cotler, associate producer and writer.
Linking Entry (note)
  • Forms part of: Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image.
Call Number
*LVU 432
Title
Sing along with Mitch. Show no. 18 / starring Mitch Miller and the Sing Along Gang, with Diana Trask, Leslie Uggams, Jill Corey [and Jimmy Carroll].
Production
[1961], 1985.
Playing Time
005119
Type of Content
two-dimensional moving image
Type of Medium
video
computer
Type of Carrier
online resource
Credits
Bill Hobin, producer and director ; Gordon Cotler, associate producer and writer.
Performer
Mitch Miller, host and conductor ; The Gang, vocals (1st-5th, 7th-10th, 12th-27th works) and dancers (13th-16th, 25th-26th works) ; Diana Trask, vocals (11th, 25th-26th works) ; Leslie Uggams, vocals (6th-7th, 25th-26th works) ; Jill Corey, vocals (17th, 25th-26th works) ; The Dancers (9th, 12th, 14th-15th, 17th, 25th-26th works) ; with Jimmy Carroll, clarinet (16th work) and vocals (25th-26th words) and orchestra.
Event
Television program video dub Crest National Videotape & Film Laboratories (MGM/UA), 1141 North Seward, Hollywood, California, 90038 1985 November 4 (copy rebroadcast date) [NBC Studios, New York, New York] [1961 August 22] (original taping date) ; [1961 December 7] (original airdate)
Summary
In episode 18 of "Sing along with Mitch", Mitch Miller and the Gang perform popular and folk songs inspired by riverboats. As always, they begin and end with a sing-along. Featured music: "Sing along theme" (The Gang) ; Opening sing-along: "Crusing down the river" (The Gang) ; "Waiting for the Robert E. Lee" ; "Goin' back to Dixie" ; "Dixie" (The Gang) ; "Deep river" (Leslie Uggams) ; "Down by the riverside" (Leslie Uggams and the Gang) ; "Silver dollar" (The Gang) ; "Cake walk" (The Gang and the Dancers) ; "Stars fell on Alabama" (The Gang) ; "St. Louis blues" (Diana Trask) ; "Here comes the showboat" (The Gang and the Dancers) ; "Mississippi mud" (The Gang, vocals and dance) ; "Mandy" ; "Swanee" (The Gang (vocals and dance) and the Dancers) ; "Way down yonder in New Orleans" (The Gang, vocals and dance ; Jimmy Carroll, clarinet solo) ; "Shrimp boats" (Jill Corey, The Gang and the Dancers) ; "When the saints come marchin' in" (The Gang) ; Epilogue: "Old man river" (The Gang) ; "Sing along theme" (reprise) (The Gang) ; Closing sing-along: "I'm gonna sit right down here and write myself a letter" ; "Vive l'amour" ; "When it's springtime in the Rockies" ; "Sweet Sue" (The Gang) ; "You are my sunshine" ; "Web-footed friends" (The Gang, Diana Trask, Leslie Uggams, Jill Corey, and the Dancers) ; "Sing along theme" (Finale) (The Gang)
Access
Access via streaming video file restricted to onsite at New York Public Library secure reading rooms.
Original Version
Archival originals: (1 videocassette (U-Matic) : sound, color, NTSC, stereo ; 3/4 in.) in *LVU 432.
Linking Entry
Forms part of: Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image.
Local Note
Preservation file: (1 video file (52 min.) : digital, 10 bit compressed YUV; copied from A.O.) in long term storage, Digital Library Repository server [myh_lvu432_v01_pm]
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Added Author
Miller, Mitch, host.
Miller, Mitch, conductor.
Uggams, Leslie, performer.
Trask, Diana, 1940- performer.
Corey, Jill, performer.
Carroll, Jimmy, performer.
Hobin, Bill, producer.
Hobin, Bill, director.
Cotler, Gordon, associate producer.
Cotler, Gordon, author.
Gang (Musical group), performer.
MGM/UA Entertainment Co.
Crest National Videotape & Film Laboratories.
NBC Productions, broadcaster.
Added Title
Sing along theme.
Crusing down the river.
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee.
Goin' back to Dixie.
Dixie.
Deep river.
Down by the riverside.
Silver dollar.
Cake walk.
Stars fell on Alabama.
St. Louis blues.
Here comes the showboat.
Mississippi mud.
Mandy.
Swanee.
Way down yonder in New Orleans.
Shrimp boats.
When the saints come marchin' in.
Old man river.
I'm gonna sit right down here and write myself a letter.
Vive l'amour.
When it's springtime in the Rockies.
Sweet Sue.
You are my sunshine.
Web-footed friends.
Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image.
Found In:
Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image
Research Call Number
*LVU 432
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