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The Four Aces Sing (1954)

 -  Short | Music  -  28 May 1954 (USA)
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This Universal Musical featurette headlines The Four Aces doing their hits, "Tell Me Why" that was on the Lucky Strike Hit Parade for 13 weeks beginning from Feb. 2, 1952 through April ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
The Four Aces ...
Themselves
Eve Young ...
Herself - Singer (as Karen Chandler)
Matt Dennis ...
Himself - Singer
The Three Houcs ...
Juggling Trio (as The Houcs)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Al Alberts ...
Himself (member, The Four Aces)
Dave Mahoney ...
Himself (member, The Four Aces)
Lou Silvestri ...
Himself (member, The Four Aces)
Sol Vaccaro ...
Himself (member, The Four Aces)
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This Universal Musical featurette headlines The Four Aces doing their hits, "Tell Me Why" that was on the Lucky Strike Hit Parade for 13 weeks beginning from Feb. 2, 1952 through April 26,1952 and "Heart of My Heart" which made the Hit Parade for 15 weeks starting on Jan. 9,1954 through April 17, 1954 while never rising above number three on the weekly list. Eve Young/Karen Chandler sings "Hit the Target Baby" and "Positively No Dancing", while Matt Dennis does "That Tired Routine" and The Four Aces wrap it up with Guy Mitchell's 1951 hit---three Hit Parade weeks---"So Long." Universal also tosses in a juggling act called "The Houcs", which was better than the acrobats they often employed in these shorts. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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So Long (It's Been Good to Know You)
Sung by The Four Aces
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