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Teresa Brewer and the Firehouse Five Plus Two (1951)

Approved  |   |  Short, Music  |  11 October 1951 (USA)
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Teresa Brewer sings her top-hit "Music, Music, Music" and also "Old Man Mose" in this musical short from Universal that also features the Dixieland music of The Firehouse Five Plus Two; the... See full summary »

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Teresa Brewer sings her top-hit "Music, Music, Music" and also "Old Man Mose" in this musical short from Universal that also features the Dixieland music of The Firehouse Five Plus Two; the harmonica playing of Leo Diamond; the dancing of the Mercer Brothers, and the musical talents of Joe Venuti. The other numbers include - "Everybody Loves My Baby", "The Johnson Rag", "Hot Canary", "Fantasy in Blue" and "When You Bump Into Somebody You Know." Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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(Western Electric Recording)

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Old Man Mose
(uncredited)
Written by Louis Armstrong and Zilner Randolph
Sung by Teresa Brewer
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