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Columbia Thrills of Music: George Towne and His Orchestra (1947)

 -  Short | Music  -  27 March 1947 (USA)
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A Columbia "Thrills of Music" short headlining the George Towne orchestra, and band vocalists Ray Eberle and Lita Terris. Eberle sings "Without Love", Terris sings "One Night of Love" with ... See full summary »

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A Columbia "Thrills of Music" short headlining the George Towne orchestra, and band vocalists Ray Eberle and Lita Terris. Eberle sings "Without Love", Terris sings "One Night of Love" with both backed by the Towne Orchestra, and the band plays the 1947 hit "Managua, Nicaragua." This short was reissued by Columbia on Spetember 24, 1953. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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One Night of Love
Sung by Lita Terris with the George Towne Orchestra
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