Directed by Jean Manzon & René Persin
Doña Francisquita is a 1953 Spanish comedy film directed by Ladislao Vajda. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
Hanson concert shot live at the Fillmore in San Francisco where they peform 12 hit songs including "Mmmbop", "If Only", "This Time Around", and "Thinking of You".
The life of Roberto (Carlos Gardel) takes place in a suburban bar between singing and letters. There, along with his partner, as scamming unsuspecting lives falls into the table. One night she crosses paths a young piano teacher (Imperio Argentina) hear him sing and gives him the chance to do it professionally. The fame and love give Roberto a chance to redeem himself.
Lee at the piano singing a fragment of a blues when a young man enters her home with a pile of records: - Hello Miss Morse. I've brought over those records you just made for us. Oh, they're great. We'll be able to make the movie next week. Lee replies: I don't think so.
This one-reel musical short, part of the WB/Vitaphone Melody Master series, features the music of trumpet-player and orchestra leader Henry Busse and his Orchestra, playing their own arrangements of various popular songs of the time...or in the Warners' song library. Those include "Wang Wang Blues," "Hot Lips" and "Along the Santa Fe Trail."
In a world gone mad with languid ladies and affected gentlemen, the lovesick maidens of Castle Bunthorne forsake their handsome soldier suitors to pursue poet aesthete - and fake - Reginald Bunthorne. But he loves the village milkmaid, Patience, who doesn't like poetry or understand love. When Patience finally learns what love is, it's Reginald's rival she falls for.
Dedicated to the legendary Puerto Rican singer and guitarist, the film is a narrative about José Feliciano's remarkable life and prolific musical career as the first crossover Latin artist in the United States. This special and unique project takes viewers on a visual journey through Feliciano's unique life using archival concerts and vintage footage coupled with testimonials. It combines musical performances by José Feliciano and artists such as Marc Anthony, Son by Four, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Luis Enrique, Ednita Nazario, Michael Stuart, among others.
Das Lied ist Aus (The Song Is Ended) is a typical early-talkie German musical in every respect, save one. The story, concerning the lives and loves of show folk, ends unhappily -- and surprisingly so. The doleful denouement didn't seem to have much effect on the film's box-office appeal, since Das Lied ist Aus proved a major moneymaker.
Gus, the trusty family retainer, has hopes of riding his boss' horse, Big Boy, to victory at the Kentucky Derby.
This concert shows very rare and unique footage of Aretha in a very productive and creative part of her career.
Jazz Pianist on the Creative Process & Self-Teaching. Here is the late, brilliantly original jazz pianist in intense conversation with his composer brother, Harry, on the nature of creativity in jazz. Occasionally, they stroll to the piano for a musical illustration (Evans play splendidly).
VH1 Storytellers: Season 4 Episode 2 - Tom Waits (1999)
Reis and Dunn (with Betty Boop) sing the Irving Berlin song with a Bouncing Ball. In a cartoon army camp, everything rises before the soldiers.
Warner Bros. animated short featuring the song 'Let's Put Out the Lights (and Go to Sleep)'
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