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Fri Mar 21 17:12:13 2014 UTClccn-n821551080.00Harold Arlen rhythm, rainbows, and blues /0.241.00Henry Botkin papers,59268723Harold_Arlenn 82155108851103Arlen & HarburgĀrlens, Herolds, 1905-1986Arluck, Harold, 1905-1986Arluck, Hyman.Arluck, Hyman, 1905-1986Arluk, Chaim, 1905-1986Harolds Arlēnslccn-n85342788Harburg, E. Y.(Edgar Yipsel)1896-1981othtrlprflbtlyredtcmplccn-n50015080Garland, Judyothsngprfvocctbactlccn-n82078485Mercer, Johnny1909-1976othprfvoclyrcmplccn-n85376730Haley, Jack1899-1979othsngprfvocactlccn-n82213991Lahr, Bert1895-1967othsngprfvocactlccn-n85151543Ryerson, Florencesceausctblccn-n85376787Morgan, Frank1890-1949prfvocctbactlccn-n81000965Woolf, Edgar Allanauslccn-n82036007Bolger, Rayothsngprfvocctbactlccn-n85151807Burke, Billie1885-1970sngprfactArlen, Harold1905-1986DramaFilm adaptationsPopular musicJuvenile worksJazz vocalsBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcRock musicMusicFictionWizard of Oz (Fictitious character)Gale, Dorothy (Fictitious character)Oz (Imaginary place)Cowardly Lion (Fictitious character)Scarecrow (Fictitious character : Baum)Good and evilBaum, L. Frank--(Lyman Frank),Popular musicFriendshipUnited StatesTin Woodman (Fictitious character)WitchesKansasTornadoesMan-woman relationshipsMonkeysMusicalsMusicals--ExcerptsMotion picture music--ExcerptsMotion picture musicMotion picture actors and actressesJealousyArlen, Harold,ComposersChildren's songsActorsOdets, Clifford,Film adaptationsAlcoholismAlcoholics--Family relationshipsMusiciansSingersRock musicPresley, Elvis,Cooke, SamHolly, Buddy,Armstrong, Louis,Fitzgerald, EllaFranklin, ArethaRock musiciansLittle Richard,Sinatra, Frank,Mayfield, CurtisCline, Patsy,Beach BoysHoliday, Billie,Cole, Nat King,Brown, James,Charles, Ray,Beatles1905198619121924192619291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132612021534212791.4372PN1997ocn042705473ocn047749153ocn080020065ocn012784748ocn026788088ocn085767230ocn009554341ocn006607010ocn020054304ocn809793093ocn003130573ocn003490775ocn051782498ocn026441807ocn043894732ocn041401784ocn045649021ocn028676981ocn004594712ocn162121400ocn067837874ocn029011653ocn281320796ocn190864410ocn029736935ocn250336722ocn698392189ocn086068876ocn250339660ocn086068877ocn270136043ocn213272056ocn083685015ocn659311214ocn070822964ocn658925643ocn762738336ocn766502579ocn658922594ocn658786830ocn659120762ocn589610785ocn659263074ocn658917465ocn725324271ocn725149392ocn725745192ocn725143335ocn857973936ocn864427214261461ocn042705473visu19390.19Fleming, VictorThe Wizard of OzJuvenile worksFictionDramaFilm and video adaptationsMusical filmsFantasy filmsFilm adaptationsWizard of Oz filmsWhen a nasty neighbor tries to have her dog put to sleep, Dorothy takes her dog, Toto, and starts to run away. A tornado appears and carries her to the magical land of Oz. Wishing to return home, she begins to travel to the city of Oz where a great wizard lives. On her way she meets a Scarecrow who needs a brain, a Tin Man who wants a heart, and a Cowardly Lion who desperately needs courage. They all hope the all-mighty Wizard of Oz will help them, but they have to get to the Emerald City before the Wicked Witch of the West catches up with them+-+6523234696324135696ocn033501796rcrd19390.20Arlen, HaroldThe Wizard of Oz selections from the original motion pictureMusicDramaMotion picture musicMusicalsThe full cast album recording of Andrew Lloyd Webber's stunning new production of The Wizard Of Oz. This 25 track set includes all the much-loved songs from the Oscar-winning movie score by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg plus new songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. The Wizard Of Oz features the full cast of performers from this all-new production including the multi-award winning Michael Crawford and Danielle Hope, the winner of the BBC One hit TV show Over The Rainbow. The superb supporting cast comprises of Edward Baker-Duly (Tin Man), David Ganly (Cowardly Lion), Paul Keating (Scarecrow), Emily Tierney (Glinda) and Hannah Waddingham (Wicked Witch Of the West) accompanied by a 36 strong ensemble. Developed from the ever-popular 1939 screenplay, The Wizard of Oz is an enchanting adaptation of the all-time classic, totally reconceived for the stage bringing the joys of this magical tale back into our lives. The CD Digipak contains a 32 page booklet that includes the full libretto110624ocn047749153visu19830.21Cukor, GeorgeA star is bornFictionDramaMusical filmsFilm adaptationsAs a band singer is discovered and guided to heights of show-business success by an alcoholic ex-matinee idol, she performs one superb song after another in a production that exhilarates with its craft and style even as its story moves toward a heartbreaking finale+-+242533469632491810ocn432594935book19670.07Puybaret, EricOver the rainbowJuvenile worksFictionAn illustrated version of the classic song from the movie "The Wizard of Oz."+-+95559618468841ocn743336612rcrd20110.15Bennett, TonyDuetsJazz vocalsPopular musicLegendary crooner Tony Bennett returns with a new collection of superstar duets that includes collaborations with Carrie Underwood, Josh Groban, and Lady Gaga. Duets II also includes Bennett and Amy Winehouse performing Body and Soul72047ocn033058108score19680.25Arlen, HaroldThe Wizard of Oz : vocal selections+-+58713434356468ocn055620116visu19540.19Seaton, GeorgeThe country girlFictionDramaFilm adaptationsFrank Elgin is an alcoholic actor and singer who gets a second change at stardom. His long suffering wife, Georgie, and their marriage is put to the test. Frank is desperate to make a come back and Bernie Dodd is the hotshot Broadway director in need of a "name" star for his new stage production. Georgie is both weary of her husband's weaknesses and Dodd's motives. When Georgie appears to be dragging Frank down, Bernie tries to force her to leave5273ocn003130573rcrd19770.39The music goes round and around the golden years of Tin Pan Alley, 1930-19395242ocn003490775rcrd19770.39And then we wrote American composers and lyricists sing, play, and conduct their own songs4616ocn013586092score19850.27Arlen, HaroldThe Harold Arlen songbook+-+60793363354161ocn825047124rcrd20130.06Robertson, RobbieLegends, icons & rebels : music that changed the worldCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksBiographyPopular musicRock musicA tribute to more than two dozen legendary music artists who significantly influenced the landscape of music for generations to come, from Ray Charles and Bob Dylan to Chuck Berry and Johnny Cash3952ocn051072205rcrd20020.14Streisand, BarbraDuets37216ocn052716596rcrd19540.50Arlen, HaroldHouse of flowers Broadway cast recording36615ocn048154846rcrd19490.28Arlen, HaroldBloomer girl original cast albumSelections from the musical2875ocn000441058book19680.53Arlen, HaroldHouse of flowers2801ocn033118795rcrd19950.20Arlen, HaroldOz27717ocn048856583rcrd19610.39Arlen, HaroldElla Fitzgerald sings the Harold Arlen song book24428ocn055481838rcrd19500.25Arlen, HaroldA star is bornMotion picture musicFrom sound track Judy Garland2203ocn052292513visu19900.17Gay purr-eeDramaAnimated musical about a French country cat who runs off to Paris during the Gay '90s21712ocn003900283score19630.47Arlen, HaroldVocal selections from the off-Broadway musical, House of flowers+-+31353363355662ocn033405322book19960.33Jablonski, EdwardHarold Arlen : rhythm, rainbows, and bluesBiographyArlen's career in music included being a band leader, a vaudeville songwriter, a Broadway composer, and a writer of film music. His songs include "Over the Rainbow" and "Stormy Weather."+-+78178000064507ocn000586258book19610.47Jablonski, EdwardHarold Arlen : happy with the bluesCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography151ocn527366072book20000.25Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources+-+K707812325133ocn058448528visu20030.73Stormy weather the music of Harold ArlenBiographyDramaFilm adaptationsInspired by the life and songs of American popular composer, Harold Arlen, the film provides a dramatized account of his final years. Elderly and heavily medicated, Arlen goes about his days remembering his life's accomplishments and imagining performances of some of his most well known songs. Features performances by various artists as well as rare footage of Arlen himself31ocn050134198book19820.19Harold Arlen22ocn849913473mix1.00Botkin, HenryHenry Botkin papersPhotographs3 untranscribed interviews of Botkin, 1 done for the "Today" show, NBC, June 4, 1965; 1 for Colette Roberts "Meet the Artist" Program, undated, and 1 by an unidentified interviewer. Also included is an untranscribed monologue, Oct. 11, 197012ocn702121428mix1.00Rome, HaroldThe Harold Rome papersThe Harold Rome Papers document Rome's life and career in the American musical theater through manuscript and published music, scripts, lyrics, and production materials. The Papers also contain correspondence between Rome and actors, agents, producers, and other theatrical personalities. In addition, the Papers hold programs, clippings, photographs, and a selection of Rome's own paintings11ocn019014335score19841.00Arlen, Harold[Songs. SelectionsManuscripts11ocn030994644mix0.47Mercer, JohnnyArchivesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, draft lyrics and music, business records, biographical materials, news clippings, photographs, audio and moving image recordings, and artifacts created or acquired by Johnny Mercer in the course of his childhood and youth in Savannah, Georgia, and his career as a songwriter, performer and businessman. Includes photographs and correspondence relating to Capitol Records, Bing Crosby, Harold Arlen, Harry Ruby, and André Previn11ocn495546496art19950.10Quigley, MartinArlen, Harold: ComposerBiography Dictionaries11ocn055639394visu1.00[E.Y. Harburg documentaryInterviewsAnecdotesVideo documentary on the career of lyricist E.Y. "Yip" Harburg. Includes excerpts from interviews with Harburg, clips from films and stage shows to which he contributed lyrics, home movie footage, and performance sequences in which Harburg performs several of his best known songs. Harburg discusses his friendship with George and Ira Gershwin, and his professional relationships with colleagues Harold Arlen and Burton Lane11ocn423593731visu19731.00Jack Lemmon : get happyBiography"A tribute to composer Harold Arlen. Jack Lemmon and guests celebrate the Harold Arlen song book, a host of standards and such movie scores as The wizard of Oz. Emmy winner Martin Charnin chose a fantasy setting for this hour: a journey down the Yellow Brick Road leading not to The wizard of Oz but to Arlen and his music. As in the movie, the beginning and end of this show are in black and white. Highlights and performers: One for my baby, Hooray for love (Jack); Get happy, Down with love (Cass Elliot); Sleepin' bee, For every man there's a woman (Diahann Carroll); World on a string, Last night when we were young, Come rain or come shine (Johnny Mathis); Stormy weather (Doc Severinsen); Any place I hang my hat is my home (Dinah Shore); The man that got away (Diahann, Cass); Over the rainbow (Jack, Harold Arlen)"--TV guide, February 25, 197311ocn019595046score19440.47Arlen, HaroldI got a song : (I got 'em! I got 'em!)Manuscripts11ocn164588078art19660.10American Society of Composers, Authors and PublishersArlen, Harold11ocn423529871visu19641.00The Twentieth CenturyBiographyA salute to the composer of Blues in the night, Get happy, Over the rainbow, and Stormy weather. Tony Bennett, Ira Gershwin, Johnny Mercer, E.Y. "Yip" Harburg, Dory Previn, and Lena Horne are interviewed11ocn423282323visu19341.00UM & M pictorialIn The world at large, let's make up, Claudette Colbert, Carole Lombard are shown; segment focuses on making up young women like stars. Fairy of the flowers is about hummingbirds. In Song makers of the nation, Harold Arlen sings Devil and the deep blue sea and others11ocn870312862mix20110.47Cooperman, Melanie SThe Melody lingers on : rebellion and reinvention in the music of Irving Berlin, George Gershwin and Harold Arlen11ocn423300496visu19551.00[Premiere of Seven year itch--New York City. Hearst vault material, HVMc4048r1, 11731]Includes footage of Harold Arlen, Lillian Roth, Henry Fonda, Richard Rodgers, Dorothy Rodgers, marquee announcing Blackboard jungle11ocn037670714rcrd1997Jablonski, EdwardHarold Arlen rhythm, rainbows, and bluesBiography11ocn463007099rcrd1.00Arlen, HaroldASCAP radio interview with Harold ArlenInterviewsMartin Bookspan interviews American popular music composer Harold Arlen. Arlen speaks about his life and career as a musical composer and songwriter. He discusses his work for the Cotton Club, a popular Harlem night club, as well as for Broadway musicals such as House of flowers (lyrics and book by Truman Capote) (1954), and Hollywood films; his well-known songs, including Get happy (1929) (lyrics by Ted Koehler), Over the rainbow (used for the MGM 1939 production of The Wizard of Oz), and Down with love. He also talks about his experience working with various lyricists such as Ted Koehler, E.Y. "Yip" Harburg, and Johnny Mercer+-+9555961846+-+9555961846Fri Mar 21 15:44:55 EDT 2014batch82524