Film, Video 'TIS AUTUMN: THE SEARCH FOR JACKIE PARIS

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Title
'TIS AUTUMN: THE SEARCH FOR JACKIE PARIS
Contributor Names
Raymond De Felitta (director)
Created / Published
USA.
Notes
-  Information from: "Jazz on the Screen" by David Meeker. Used with permission. (Source)
-  Feature film (over 60 minutes).
-  "Paris in blue" by Charles Mingus, "Strange" by John La Touche, Marvin Fisher, "'Tis autumn" by Henry Nemo, "Indiana" by Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley, "Bohemia" by E. Smollet, M. Allen, C. Shirley, "Do me somethin'", "Big fat nothin'" by Chubby Jackson, "Round midnight" by Thelonious Monk, Bernie Hanighen, Cootie Williams, "I can hardly wait 'til Saturday night" by Steve Allen, Terry Gibbs, "Skylark" by Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, "Cherry" by Don Redman, "Everybody needs love" by Phil Medley, Ray Passman, "Too soon" by Sunny Skylar, J. Robert Harris, "I've had a heck of a time" by Jacques Wilson, performed by Jackie Paris; "Thou swell" by Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, "The more I see you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by Jackie Paris, Anne Marie Moss; "'Tis autumn" by Henry Nemo, performed by The Red Garland Trio; "Mexicali Rose" by Helen Stone, Jack Tenney, performed by Jackie Paris and his Trio; "Moose the mooche" by and performed by Charlie Parker; "Oh, look at me now" by John De Vries, Joe Bushkin, performed by Jackie Paris, Peggy Lee. (Songs)
-  79-year-old vocalist, guitarist and tap dancer Jackie Paris profiled in extensive interview and performance shortly before his death in 2004, with contributions from colleagues, friends and family including Anne Marie Moss, Howard Rumsey, Ruth Price, Gene Davis, Billy Taylor, Mark Murphy, Ira Gitler, Terry Gibbs, James Moody, Teddy Charles, Billy Vera, Ira Gitler and George Wein, plus readings by Peter Bogdanovich, Frank Whaley and Nick Tosches. (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).
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motion picture
Description
motion picture | Feature film (over 60 minutes). "Paris in blue" by Charles Mingus, "Strange" by John La Touche, Marvin Fisher, "'Tis autumn" by Henry Nemo, "Indiana" by Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley, "Bohemia" by E. Smollet, M. Allen, C. Shirley, "Do me somethin'", "Big fat nothin'" by Chubby Jackson, "Round midnight" by Thelonious Monk, Bernie Hanighen, Cootie Williams, "I can hardly wait 'til Saturday night" by Steve Allen, Terry Gibbs, "Skylark" by Johnny Mercer, Hoagy Carmichael, "Cherry" by Don Redman, "Everybody needs love" by Phil Medley, Ray Passman, "Too soon" by Sunny Skylar, J. Robert Harris, "I've had a heck of a time" by Jacques Wilson, performed by Jackie Paris; "Thou swell" by Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, "The more I see you" by Mack Gordon, Harry Warren, performed by Jackie Paris, Anne Marie Moss; "'Tis autumn" by Henry Nemo, performed by The Red Garland Trio; "Mexicali Rose" by Helen Stone, Jack Tenney, performed by Jackie Paris and his Trio; "Moose the mooche" by and performed by Charlie Parker; "Oh, look at me now" by John De Vries, Joe Bushkin, performed by Jackie Paris, Peggy Lee. (Songs). 79-year-old vocalist, guitarist and tap dancer Jackie Paris profiled in extensive interview and performance shortly before his death in 2004, with contributions from colleagues, friends and family including Anne Marie Moss, Howard Rumsey, Ruth Price, Gene Davis, Billy Taylor, Mark Murphy, Ira Gitler, Terry Gibbs, James Moody, Teddy Charles, Billy Vera, Ira Gitler and George Wein, plus readings by Peter Bogdanovich, Frank Whaley and Nick Tosches. (Personnel On Camera). Motion Picture (Form).
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