Format Film, Video
Dates 2002
Location United Kingdom
Title
THE LIFE OF BILLIE HOLIDAY
Created / Published
(?) UK.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Made-for-TV programme or made-for-video/DVD release.
-  Short film (under 30 minutes).
-  (recorded) "Fine and mellow" by Billie Holiday, "Strange fruit" by Lewis Allan, "God bless the child" by Arthur Herzog, Jr., Billie Holiday, "What a little moonlight can do" by Harry Woods, performed by Billie Holiday. (Songs)
-  Billie Holiday profiled - as cheaply and as exploitatively as was possible by the programme’s anonymous filmmakers, with photos, music and clips from the all the usual films and tv programmes - some of them so poorly pirated as to be virtually unwatchable. (Personnel on Camera)
-  Jazz on the Screen is a reference work of filmographic information and does not point to digitized versions of the items described. The Library of Congress may or may not own a copy of a particular film or video. To request additional information Ask a Librarian (http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
Form
motion picture
Other Formats
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