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Louis Armstrong and His Band

Louis Armstrong and His Band is an actor, known for High Society (1956), New Orleans (1947) and Pennies from Heaven (1936). See full bio »

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Known For

High Society
High Society Themselves
(1956)
New Orleans
New Orleans Louis Armstrong and His Band
(1947)
Pennies from Heaven
(1936)
The Beat Generation
The Beat Generation Louis Armstrong's Orchestra
(1959)

Filmography

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 1959 The Beat Generation
Louis Armstrong's Orchestra (as Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars)
 1936 Pennies from Heaven
Musicians (uncredited)
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 1956 High Society (performer: "Little One", "I Love You Samantha", "Now You Has Jazz" - uncredited)
 1936 Pennies from Heaven (performer: "Skeleton in the Closet" (1936), "Let's Call a Heart a Heart" (1936))
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 1965 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
Themselves - Jazz Combo
- The American Song (1965) ... Themselves - Jazz Combo (as Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars)
 1961 The Ed Sullivan Show (TV Series)
Themselves
- Episode #14.21 (1961) ... Themselves
 1957 Timex All-Star Jazz Show (TV Series)
Themselves
- Episode dated 30 December 1957 (1957) ... Themselves (as Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars)
 1956 High Society
Themselves
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Alternate Names:

Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars
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Trivia:

Members have included Louis Armstrong, Bing Crosby.

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