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From RKO comes this George Raft pot boiler featuring Claire Trevor along for the mystery involving murder, deceit, a ghost ship and Hoagy Carmichael.
Emerging from a fog bank Captain George Raft’s ship comes across an abandoned freighter. 587 more words
Happy 108th Birthday to Charles “Bud” Dant! (6/21/1907). The trumpter recorded four sides with Hoagy Carmichael’s Collegians on 4/27/1928 in Richmond. The recordings included “March of the Hoodlums,” “Walking the Dog” (Gennett 6474, Champion 16453, and Champion 40001) and two unreleased sides, “Shimmy Shawobble,” and “Smile.”
Director – Edwin L. Marin
Starring – George Raft, Claire Trevor, Hoagy Carmichael
Even when I was very young, I always loved this song. Written and performed by Hoagy Carmichael, as long ago as 1927, his relaxed vocals (and great lyrics from Mitchell Parish) drew me in to the world of this accomplished crooner. 134 more words