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Leo Reisman (1897–1961)

Society dance band leader of the 1920's and 30's, who started as a 12-year old teenager playing the violin with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. He put together his own band in 1919 and began a prolific recording career with Columbia two years later. Reisman was able to secure residency at the Egyptian Room of the Hotel Brunswick until 1929, when he... See full bio »


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 2006 Idlewild (performer: "Happy Days Are Here Again")
 1929 Rhythms (Short) ("Lonely", uncredited) / (performer: "The Mooche", "Waters of the Perkiomen", "If I Had You", "Hijo mio", "Milenberg Joys", "Lonely", "Some of These Days" - uncredited)
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 1931 Stolen Heaven (conductor - uncredited)
 1930 Only Saps Work (musical director)
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 1933 Nick Kenny's Radio Thrills No. 2 (Short)
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 1929 Rhythms (Short)

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