Film, Video THEN CAME BRONSON

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Title

  • THEN CAME BRONSON

Contributor Names

  • Robert Totten, Marvin J. Chomsky, Lou Antonio, Earl Bellamy, Paul Stanley, Jud Taylor, Corey Allen, Michael O'Herlihy, etc. (director)
  • Gil Mellé, George Duning, John Parker, Richard Shores, Stu Phillips, Elliot Kaplan, Tom McIntosh, etc. (composer)
  • Gil Mellé, George Duning, Elliot Kaplan, Richard Shores, Tom McIntosh, John Parker, Stu Phillips,Philip Springer. (music_director_and/or_conductor)

Created / Published

  • USA.

Notes

  • -  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
  • -  Made-for-TV series.
  • -  Medium length film (30-60 minutes).
  • -  In segment (10.12.69) Slim Gaillard as Bollie Wallace.. (Personnel on Camera)
  • -  Recorded on 30th, 31st January, 1st, 7th, 15th, 28th August, 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th September, 24th October, 6th, 14th November, 3rd, 16th, 18th December 1969, 2nd, 8th, 15th, 21st January, 5th, 16th February 1970.
  • -  Inc (collectively): Uan Rasey, Pete Candoli, Mannie Klein, Harry "Sweets" Edison, Cappy Lewis, Ray Triscari, George Werth, trumpet; Dick Nash, Dick Noel, Joe Howard, Lou Blackburn, George Roberts, trombone; Jim Decker, John Cave, Vince DeRosa, William Hinshaw, George Hyde, David Duke, Sinclair Lott, Art Maebe, French horn; Tommy Johnson, tuba; Terry Harrington, Buddy Collette, Dominick Fera, Louise DiTullio, Plas Johnson, Chuck Gentry, Ronnie Lang, Harry Klee, Ted Nash, Bud Shank, Sheridon Stokes, John Lowe, woodwinds; Gene Cipriano, oboe; Michael Lang, Artie Kane, Ray Sherman, Clark Spangler, piano, organ; Dennis Budimir, Al Hendrickson, Tommy Tedesco, Tony Rizzi, Laurindo Almeida, Howard Roberts, guitar; Tommy Morgan, harmonica; Max Bennett, Red Callender, Milt Kestenbaum, Joe Mondragon, acoustic double bass; Ray Siegel, acoustic double bass, tuba; Larry Bunker, Shelly Manne, Jerry Williams, Ken Watson, Frank Carlson, Gene Estes, Frank Flynn, Milt Holland, drums, percussion. (Soundtrack Personnel)
  • -  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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Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.

Chicago citation style:

Robert Totten, Marvin J. Chomsky, Lou Antonio, Earl Bellamy, Paul Stanley, Jud Taylor, Corey Allen, Michael O'Herlihy, Etc, George Duning Gil Mellé, and George Duning Gil Mellé. THEN CAME BRONSON. USA, 1969.

APA citation style:

Robert Totten, M. J. C., Gil Mellé, G. D. & Gil Mellé, G. D. (1969) THEN CAME BRONSON. USA.

MLA citation style:

Robert Totten, Marvin J. Chomsky, Lou Antonio, Earl Bellamy, Paul Stanley, Jud Taylor, Corey Allen, Michael O'Herlihy, Etc, George Duning Gil Mellé, and George Duning Gil Mellé. THEN CAME BRONSON. USA, 1969.