Route 66: Season 1, Episode 14

Play It Glissando (20 Jan. 1961)

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Tod and Buz, vacationing in Malibu, California, are drawn into the world of a paranoid Progressive Jazz trumpeter and his wife. Told largely in flashback by Buz, beginning innocently enough... See full summary »

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Tod and Buz, vacationing in Malibu, California, are drawn into the world of a paranoid Progressive Jazz trumpeter and his wife. Told largely in flashback by Buz, beginning innocently enough with Buz having made a connection with lounge songstress Kitty Parker. Written by dubchi

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Jo Ann Greer (most famous as one of Rita Hayworth's dubbers) provides the singing voice for "Kitty Parker". See more »

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A Sunday Kind of Love
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Written by Barbara Belle, Anita Leonard, Louis Prima, Stanley Rhodes
Performed by Jo Ann Greer
The character of Kitty Parker is singing the song at the club while Buz is alone drinking champagne
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Kitty was a believable character
22 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I fell in love with Kitty in this episode of Route 66. She is a Jazz lover first and foremost. The dubbing of her voice was done very well. I thought that maybe it was really the actress ( Barbara Bostock).

Anne Francis was beautiful in this story of a Jazz trumpet player {Jack Lord)who has feelings of insecurity. Lord was pretty on the spot, Francis may of been a little over the top, but dazzling. Nice sound track with the song Lover man being played a couple of times. It reminded me of Billy Holliday, but it wasn't her. Martin Milner and George Maharas did a fine job with this episode of the show.Their Corvette wasn't the star of this episode, as it has been in a couple of other episodes. Even in Black and white, the California coast looks inviting, and almost made me take a trip down the coast about 500 miles from where I live now, in Modesto California, to see if there are any relics of where the show was shot.


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