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"American Masters" Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends (2007)

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Original Air Date:
12 September 2007 (Season 21, Episode 6)
Archival footage, live performances, and interviews conducted by none other than Clint Eastwood depict the life and career of Tony Bennett. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Tony Bennett ... Himself

Anthony Hopkins ... Narrator

Christina Aguilera ... Herself

Alec Baldwin ... Himself

Harry Belafonte ... Himself

Danny Bennett ... Himself

Alan Bergman ... Himself
Marilyn Bergman ... Herself

Mel Brooks ... Himself
Bill Charlap ... Himself
Stephen Holden ... Himself
Everett Raymond Kinstler ... Himself

Arthur Penn ... Himself

Don Rickles ... Himself
Jonathan Schwartz ... Himself

Martin Scorsese ... Himself

Gay Talese ... Himself
Lee Musiker ... Quartet Leader
Gary Sargent ... Quartet
Gary Langosch ... Quartet
Harold Jones ... Quartet
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Louis Armstrong ... Himself (archive footage)

Fred Astaire ... (archive footage)
Ann Suraci Benedetto ... Herself (archive footage)

Johnny Carson ... Himself (archive footage)

Enrico Caruso ... Himself (archive footage)

Ray Charles ... Himself (archive footage)

Bing Crosby ... Himself (archive footage)

Doris Day ... Herself (archive footage)

Jimmy Durante ... Himself (archive footage)

Clint Eastwood ... Himself

Judy Garland ... Herself (archive footage)

Gene Kelly ... (archive footage)

Martin Luther King ... Himself (archive footage)

Ginger Rogers ... (archive footage)

Frank Sinatra ... Himself (archive footage)

Danny Thomas ... (archive footage)
Hank Williams ... Himself (archive footage)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Bruce Ricker 
Produced by
Clint Eastwood .... producer
Bruce Ricker .... producer
Ted Sarandos .... executive producer
Amy Schewel .... co-producer
Film Editing by
Joel Cox 
Gary Roach 
Casting by
Geoffrey Miclat 
Production Management
Alexis Wiscomb .... post-production supervisor
Sound Department
Jason King .... re-recording mixer
Jason King .... supervising sound editor
Fiona McBain .... sound recordist: New York
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Bierlein .... additional director of photography
Damon Bundschuh .... grip: New York
Luke Deikis .... key grip: New York
Brian Hwang .... gaffer: New York
Scott Sinkler .... director of photography: New York
Kelly Travis .... camera operator (as Kelly Richard)
Editorial Department
Brian Hoag .... on-line editor
Blu Murray .... associate editor
Other crew
Barry Blaschke .... intern
Antonia Bennett .... special thanks
Paul Bloch .... special thanks
Robert A. Finkelstein .... special thanks
Merv Griffin .... special thanks
Bob Guccione Jr. .... special thanks
Hugh M. Hefner .... special thanks
Lorna Luft .... special thanks
Rick Nicita .... special thanks
Jim Pierson .... special thanks
Jenniphur Ryan .... special thanks
Sylvia Weiner .... special thanks

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Susan Lacy  creator: American Masters

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87 min
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Not a Documentary, Exactly..., 28 December 2016
Author: gavin6942 from United States

Archival footage, live performances, and interviews conducted by none other than Clint Eastwood depict the life and career of Tony Bennett.

Apparently this was an episode of a television show, though now Netflix presents it as essentially its own film. Which, to be fair, it more or less is. It's not exactly a biopic or a documentary. It's not hard-hitting, not terribly in-depth. But if you know very little about Bennett, you will learn something here about his commitment to racial equality and other things.

I really enjoyed the Alec Baldwin segment. I had not seen the SNL in question, but Baldwin's impression is spot on. Even the makeup is incredible... would love to see this in all its glory.

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