Film, Video LOUIS PRIMA: THE WILDEST

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Title
LOUIS PRIMA: THE WILDEST
Contributor Names
Don McGlynn (director)
Created / Published
USA.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Feature film (over 60 minutes).
-  "When you're smiling" by Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin, Larry Shay; "Please no squeeza da banana" by Jack Zero, Ben Jaffee, Louis Prima; "Chinatown, my Chinatown" by William Jerome, Jean Schwartz; "Just a gigolo" by Irving Caesar, Leonello Casucci; "I ain't got nobody" by Roger Graham, Dave Peyton, Spencer Williams; "Way down yonder in New Orleans" by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton; "Sing, sing, sing" by Louis Prima; "That old black magic" by Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen; "Basin Street blues" by Spencer Williams; "I want you to be my baby" by Jon Hendricks; "Oh, babe!" by Louis Prima, Milt Kabak; "Caldonia" by Fleecie Moore; "Night train" by Oscar Washington, Lewis C. Simpkins, Jimmy Forrest; "Waiting for The Robert E. Lee" by L. Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis F. Muir; "All night long" by Johnny Otis; "I'm in the mood for love" by Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh; "How high the moon" by Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis. (Songs)
-  Louis Prima profiled, illustrated with film, tv and club footage and interviews with Keely Smith, Gia Maione, Jimmy Vincent, Sam Butera, Lou Sineaux, Woody Herman, Frank Federico, family and friends. (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 (https://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-record.html).
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motion picture | Feature film (over 60 minutes). "When you're smiling" by Mark Fisher, Joe Goodwin, Larry Shay; "Please no squeeza da banana" by Jack Zero, Ben Jaffee, Louis Prima; "Chinatown, my Chinatown" by William Jerome, Jean Schwartz; "Just a gigolo" by Irving Caesar, Leonello Casucci; "I ain't got nobody" by Roger Graham, Dave Peyton, Spencer Williams; "Way down yonder in New Orleans" by Henry Creamer, Turner Layton; "Sing, sing, sing" by Louis Prima; "That old black magic" by Johnny Mercer, Harold Arlen; "Basin Street blues" by Spencer Williams; "I want you to be my baby" by Jon Hendricks; "Oh, babe!" by Louis Prima, Milt Kabak; "Caldonia" by Fleecie Moore; "Night train" by Oscar Washington, Lewis C. Simpkins, Jimmy Forrest; "Waiting for The Robert E. Lee" by L. Wolfe Gilbert, Lewis F. Muir; "All night long" by Johnny Otis; "I'm in the mood for love" by Dorothy Fields, Jimmy McHugh; "How high the moon" by Nancy Hamilton, Morgan Lewis. (Songs). Louis Prima profiled, illustrated with film, tv and club footage and interviews with Keely Smith, Gia Maione, Jimmy Vincent, Sam Butera, Lou Sineaux, Woody Herman, Frank Federico, family and friends. (Personnel On Camera). Motion Picture (Form).
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Don Mcglynn. LOUIS PRIMA: THE WILDEST. USA, 1999.

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