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Tony Pastor and His Orchestra (1947)

This edition of Universal's "Name Band" shorts (production number 2312) features Tony Pastor, his saxophone, his orchestra, the Nilsson Twins, the Clooney Sisters (Rosemary and Betty in ... See full summary »

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Tony Pastor ...
Himself - Orchestra Leader
Betty Clooney ...
Herself - Band Vocalist (as the Clooney Sisters)
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Herself - Band Vocalist (as the Clooney Sisters)
Mildred Law ...
Herself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
The Nilsson Twins
Eileen Nilsson ...
(as The Nilsson Twins)
Elsa Nilsson ...
(as The Nilsson Twins)
Tony Pastor and His Orchestra ...
Themselves
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This edition of Universal's "Name Band" shorts (production number 2312) features Tony Pastor, his saxophone, his orchestra, the Nilsson Twins, the Clooney Sisters (Rosemary and Betty in possibly their first film appearance)and Mildred Law. The bands opens with "Hawaiian War Chant" (sung by the Clooney Sisters), and other music includes "Spell of the Moon", "My Sister's a Little Bit Crazy" (sung by the Nilsson Twins), "Movie Tonight" (sung by Rosemary Clooney and Tony Pastor), "Girl Singer" and "Paradiddle Joe." (sung by Tony Pastor) Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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27 August 1947 (USA)  »

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Name Band Musical: Tony Pastor and His Orchestra  »

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