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THE TOPS
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IN
By
chestra, sational

POPS
1935, the Dorsey brothers had blown

year.

Tommy
in

fifteenth

year

the

Dorsey celebrated band business. He
in

his

oc-

their horns with almost every

major name or-

a

unique

niche

the

entertainment

World-famous
he
is

for his brilliant technique

and then they organized their own senunit, which boasted, among other

in jazz,

a highly respected musical artist
classical

who
talent

has

made

recordings, too.

The
.

celebrated side men, the late Glenn Miller on the trombone. After almost two yiars, the
brothers broke
his
is

music world

respects

his

keen judgment of

up and
at the

Tommy Tommy

opened with

and his ability to build new stars. •The Dorsey musical aggregation also has

own band
history.

French Casino.

The

rest

For

ten years

Dorsey has
in

been the incubator for many of the most important names
lating

retained his leadership

on the

air,

personal

show business. The stimu"Tee Dee" personality has sparked
in

appearances, and on

RCA

Victor recordings.

One
is

innumerable radio and film appearances. His

of his latest platters on the

RCA

label

"C'est Si Bon," with a good vocal job -by
It's

famous theme, "Getting Sentimental

pretty Frances Irvin.

backed by "I Oughta
Jack Duffy joins

Over
Dor-

Know More About You."
Frances on
this

You," won

for

Dorsey

sey the familiar label,

and

excellent

Tommy

"The
Born
father

Another new Dorsey waxing is "Comdisc.

Sentimental
in

Gentleman."

in' Thru the Rye." coupled with Anyone Till You."

"I Hadn't

Mahoney
where
his

'Plane, Pa.,

was an accomattended

Perry

Como

fans

won't want to bypass

plished instrumentalist,

Perry's latest Victor platter.
It's

"Hoop-De-Doo."
lyrics

organizer.

Tommy

a fast-beat novelty tune with a real music-

high school

in

Shenandoah. His father gave
section before the

hall

bounce and delightful
Sisters. In

by Perry

him

intensive musical training in every instru-

and the Fontane

ment of the brass was selected.

trombone

Tide," the plattermate,

"On the Outgoing Como is at his best,

singing in slow, lilting rhythm of a love that

His

first

earnings, however,

came from

will survive earthly obstacles.

driv-

ing a truck for a meat market. For, this he
received
that

$16 a week, but he soon
in

discovered
of

Capitol Records has just released a slew

trombone playing, even

small bands.

new

discs. If

you're a Dixieland fan, take

was .much more remunerative.
brother.

He

and

his

a gander at the records bearing the Capitol
label

Jimmy, played numerous one-nighters

and you're

sure to discover the best in

together, traveling throughout the coal regions

Dixieland. Sharkey and His Kings of Dixie-

of Pennsylvania.
first

They

finally

organized their
the

land

waxed what we

consider the best Dixie-

orchestra,

which they called

Dorsey

Brothers Novelty Band. Although their group
didn't

make

the grade outside their

home town,
ten

they were soon offered a job with "big time"

land piece of the month "In the Mood," backed by "Solo Mio Stomp," Sharkey Bonano is on the trumpet; Santo Pecora on the trombone; Lester Bouchon on the clary; Jeff

name bands, and
switching from one

spent

the
to

next

years

Riddick,

piano;

Chink

Martin,

tuba;

and

band

another on the
in theaters.

Monk Hazel

on the drums. This combo makes

road, on radio stations,

and

for a sure-fire winner.

Paul Weston got

in

on the renewed Dixie-

sisters

backing her up.

The

flip side is

another
to

land fad and recorded two old Dixie favorand "Original Dixieland One-Step" ites,

Andrews Sisters gem Out of the Habit."
very shortly.
lently
It's

called "I've

Got

Get
"

"Panama." Paul does many
backgrounds on the Capitol

of the orchestral
discs,

You'll be singing a ditty called "Teasin'

and

this

a

new Coral

platter excelreI

new'

release

is

up

to his usual fine" standard.
his orchestra

pen -fined by Connie Haines. The
is

Jan Garber and

can take a

verse side

an effective rendition of "All

bow

for their version of

"The Old Piano Roll
is

Do

Is

Wantcha." Georgia Gibbs on the Coral
Don't
If the

Blues."
strictly

The

flip-over

"Clodhopper,"
label
is

a

label has turned out a fine job doing "I

instrumental job.
it's

The

purple,

Care

which means

Capitol.

Myself a
sidiary

Sun Don't Shine" and "I'll Get Choo Choo Train." Coral is a subDecca, and they are turning out

of

A

record

that's

getting

a

lot

of play

good
is

discs in the tradition of the latter

com-

"Choo'n Gum." Kitty Kallen on
the reverse side she

the

Mercury
and on

pany.

label does a great job with the song,
is

equally effective with

M-G-M
ord entitled

released a

new

Billy Eckstine recis

another brassy tune entitled "Juke

Box Annie."

"My

Destiny," which

reminis-

wood and

Also on a Mercury waxing, Bobby Sherhis orchestra will have you jumping

cent of an old Eckstine platter,

"Somehow."

The

coupler finds Mr. B. adding his magic to

to his great interpretation of

"Muskrat Ram-

"Roses."

ble" and "Dixieland Ball,"
Incidentally.

Johnny Desmond

has recorded one of the
a

Frankie

Laine

had

better

cutest novelties in
tinctive

many

month.

Two
little

disall

watch
Satin

his step.

Satan from "Satan Wears a
doesn't like the
is

melodies and a catchy lyric are
neatly into a tricky

Gown"
"Swamp
if

way
hit.

that

girl

wrapped up
called
is

thing

from the swamp
her;
it

taking the play
is

away from
You'll like

"The
Got

Picnic Song."
a

The

reverse side

Girl"

a big

"I've

Heart Filled .With Love.'*

though

you

latch

on

to these

two Laine
If you're a blues fan, you'll

Mercury

recordings,

the Striders'

new Apollo

disc

hear want —"Five O'Clock
to

Columbia has

just

released

an album by

Blues" and "Cool Saturday Night."

Arthur Godfrey called "Arthur Godfrey and His Friends." The old redhead sings some
of the tunes he helped

We've

received
list

many
the.

letters

from you fani

make

popular, such as

asking us to

the companies that are proin

"Too Fat Polka," Candy and Cake," and "Making Love, Ukulele Style." Frank Sinatra, Jane Russell and the Modcmaires team up
on
a
to

ducing records
the info:

three

speeds.

Here'i

RCA VICTOR
CAPITOL
M-G-M

78

make mighty good

listening

Columbia

platter entitled

"Kisses and

Tears."

Jane

in

On the flip-over Frank works without "When the Sun Goes Down."
An-

DECCA MERCURY
COLUMBIA CORAL APOLLO
That's about

78 78 78
78

45 45 45

331/3 331/3 331/3
33 1/3

78 78 78
all for this

7in.

33 1/3

Decca Records has a winner with
drews
Sisters' platter.

the

month. Until next
. . .

"I

Wanna Be

Loved."

time, keep spinning the discs
listening!

and happy

Patty Andrews handles the vocal with her

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BUT DRAMATICS MEANT /MOPE TO YOUNG LUCILLE THAN PIP THE KEYSOAPC OF A PlANa HEP HEAPT SET ON BECOMING AN
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BUT LUCILLE PEFUSEC? TO GIVE UP HEP DREAMS SO EASILY. SHE GOT A JOB WITH THE ROAD COMPANY OF
"PlO PlTA".THEN

BUT LUCILLE'S
TITIAN LONELINESS

ONCE AGAIN THE JINX STRUCK WHEN SHE WAS FlPEP FOP "INEXPERIENCE.'" LUCILLE BEGAN TO THINK THE TEACHEP HAP BEEN PIGHT. FOP SOME TIME SME MiXeP SODAS IN A &QOA0WAV STORE...

WAS TOO BPEATHTAKING TO BE
WASTED BEHIND A SOCiA FOUNTAIN.'

SHE WAS SOON WORKING AS A WOP-EL tH MANHATTAN'S
COAT-ANO-SUIT
SECTION... WHERE

WORLD-FAMOUS
PESlGNEP, HATTJE

CAPNEGlE.SAWHSR

ANP HIPED

HEP?.

JUST WHEN. IT
CARNEGIE MODEL

IT

WAS A BAP

APPEAPEO THAT HEP FAME A5 A

ACCIDENT, LUCILLE,

WOULD PAY OFF ON THE STAGE,
IN

-A TRAGIC AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT

CENTRAL PARK PUT LUCILLE IN
A WH6ELCHAII?

ANP YOU'PE LUCKY TO &EAUV£/BVT KEEP YOUP CHIN UP WEIL PO OUP BEST, ANP MAYBE SOME PAY YOU CAN WALK
AGAIN...

THPEE YEARS OF GRITTY BATTLING AGAINST PAIN AND DISCOURAGEMENT FOLLOWEO-BUT LUCILLE'S PLUCK AND PERSEVERANCE SAW HBP THROUGH, AND FAME CAME TO HEP AS THE "CHESTERFIELD GIRL ".ANO THEN...

FOP THPEE

YEAfTS:

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R.K.O. LIKED LUCILLE'5 WOPK'

THE?/

SO MUCH THAT PUT HER

UNpa?GOwn»cr. SHE BE?<*4N APPEARING IN SUCH PICTURES AS "THE GtRL

FROM PARIS

",

"STAGE COOfi",

AND "TOO MANY
GlRLS^IN 1940
LUCILLE /MARRIED

PESI AOtAZ,

WITH
IN

WHOM

SHE CO-STARRED

THE LATTER
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SHOlm.V XFTW HEIt HONEY/MOON, <sot us? w?st peal bpeaw the thpse years she had spent in a wheelckw well fitted heu pop hep pole in "the big street'',
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LUCILLE THEM MOVED OVER TO M.G.M. WHERE SHE APPEARED IN THE TITLE ROLE OF 'DUBARRY WAS A LADY ".

in

which she played a showgipl who was pagawzbo ff?om the
hips

pown—

m

THEN FOUjCWEO"

PICTURES AT "COLUMBIA,
M.G.M.,ANE>
j

PARAMOUNT, HER MOST

Recent being 'fancy pants',
which cq-siars

TO HE1? FORTITUDE AND COURAGE, LUCILLE BALL STANDS TOBAV AT THE PINNACLE OF SUCCESS.' AS SHE HERSELF SAVS, HER LIFE AND CAREER HAVE BEEN ONE LONG 'OBSTACLE RACE*— A RACE .— IN WHICH SHE IS NOT ONLY STILlT^ VERY MUCH IN THE RUNNING, ~H BUT WAY OUT IN THE LEAD AS WELL.'

HER WITH BOB HOPE,.,

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SOON

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COMING TO THE FIGHT?

SURE,

I

AM.

AND I MOPE THEY KNOCK EACH OTHER OUT.'

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flGHT AGAIN

TONIGHT
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TO REFEREE

A FORTUNETELLER TOLD ME I'D LOSE TONIGHT WITHOUT A KISS FROM

SCRWDQfc
There's a 300,000-gaIlon tank at the Warner Brothers studio which poses in various movies as an ocean, river, or lake. Recently, Oscar-winner Jane Wyman had to spend several long, damp days in the tank for shots of a scene in which her sailboat overturns in a bay. Between "takes," dripping Miss Wyman was hustled into towels and robes, and comforted with hot coffee. Despite her moist misery, one thing was sure: the pert star couldn't
situation. It seems that horses, poor things, are
soulless,

the

material

and therefore aren't supposed to have from which ghosts are made!"

drown! Even

if

she didn't have the finest

home-

buttons Strangers

.

Dennis Morgan lost most of his recent press preview of "Perfect

which he

co-stars with Ginger

made dog-crawl

in Hollywood, her safety was assured by the presence of at least 100 wouldbe lifeguards— the crew of "The Lady Takes

a Sailor." When the director informed Jane that Bette Davis had once "drowned" in the same tank for a dramatic suicide scene, her only reply to the grim thought was a plaintive, "I

wonder

if

she got as

wet

as I

ami"

The debuttoning, at the hands of avid autograph seekers, occurred when he left the theater after the show. It left Mr. Morgan in quite a state of embarrassment, and with the feeling that somebody ought to invent a "courtesy code" for signature hounds one that would get better results for them, and'at the same time leave their victims clad in something more than a tie! "The 'code'," Mr. Morgan said, "should contain the following 'don't s':

of a certain studio casting office are sure now that they've heard everything!

Members

tons
if

A woman phoned to ask if she could register for work. "For yourself?" queried the studio. "No," she replied, "I want to register my two
palm
trees. They're awfully pretty and they'd look good in a picture." "You must be ribbing

"Don't maul an actor. He may need his butmore than you do. "Don't ask him to use his own pen and you do, don't grab it. It may be a priceless

keepsake.

'

"Don't
car if
it's

stick

your autograph book in

his

moving away from the curb. You

me," said the casting director, whereupon the woman got wrathy and banged down the receiver.

might get run over.
"Don't ask him to write out a special message to you if he's surrounded by other autograph seekers. Give them a break, too. "Don't flash a bulb in his face. It might hatter and cut him. If you must get a picture, you'll get better ones by standing further away.
a restaurant. in peace. If

Character-actor Raymond Massey owns a pre-Revolutionary Connecticut farmhouse, and it'i haunted by an unusual ghost the ghost

of a hone! "Our parlor explained the star, "and

was once

a

stable,"

"Don't approach him while he's dining in Even an actor is entitled to eat you must have his signature, wait

it was there that a He hasn't seen the equine but his invisible presence is common knowledge. "People think I'm mad," con-

until he gets outside.

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