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Cole Porter : an all-star tribute

Author: Cole PorterCharles AndrewsClark JonesEthel MermanPeter NeroAll authors
Publisher: Pleasantville, N.Y. : Video Artists International, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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In the pantheon of composers for stage and screen, few were as prolific as Cole Porter. Broadway and Hollywood kept him well occupied from 1930 to 1960. His urbane personality provided the ultra sophisticated, witty and occasionally risqué songs that found their way into many of his Broadway shows. For Hollywood, with its then more stringent moral code, he turned down the heat, still managing to deliver the goods.
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Genre/Form: Television musicals
Television programs
Named Person: Cole Porter; Cole Porter
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Cole Porter; Charles Andrews; Clark Jones; Ethel Merman; Peter Nero; John Raitt; Martha Wright; Gretchen Wyler; Jillana.; Donald Voorhees; Henry Jaffe Enterprises.; Bell Telephone Company.; Bell Telephone Orchestra.; Buster Davis Singers.; Video Artists International.
OCLC Number: 57219224
Notes: Title from menu screen.
Originally broadcast as a segment of the television program Bell Telephone hour television on Jan. 28, 1964.
Special features include: Ethel Merman on the Bell Telephone hour, January 29, 1960; including never-before-seen alternate takes.
Performer(s): Host, Ethel Merman ; performers, Peter Nero, John Raitt, Martha Wright, Gretchen Wyler, Jillana ; Bell Telephone Orchestra ; Buster Davis Singers ; Donald Voorhees, conductor.
Description: 1 videodisc (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; region all; mono.; aspect ratio 4:3; region code 0.
Contents: Medley I. Another openin', another show ; De-lovely ; Anything goes ; From this moment on ; Ridin' high ; We open in Venice / Ethel Merman and Chorus --
Night and day / Peter Nero --
Medley II. I love you ; Why can't you behave? ; So in love ; In the still of the night ; Were thine that special face ; Get out of town ; You're everything I love / John Raitt & Martha Wright --
Don't fence me in ; Hey, good lookin' / Gretchen Wyler & Chorus --
Medley III. I get a kick out of you ; Easy to love ; You'd be so nice to come home to ; What is this thing called love? ; Do I love you? ; You do something to me / Merman & Chorus --
Medley IV. Just one of those things ; Love for sale ; True love ; Every time we say goodbye ; It's all right with me / Nero --
Begin the beguine / Jillana --
Medley V. Blow, Gabriel, blow ; I concentrate on you ; You irritate me so ; All through the night ; Bulldog song ; Down in the depths ; C'est magnifique ; Well, did you evah ; You've got that thing ; At long last love ; Be a clown ; Let's do it ; I love Paris ; Stereophonic sound ; I've got you under my skin ; Let's be buddies ; Come to the supermarket in old Peking ; Why shouldn't I ; Where, oh where ; Friendship ; All of you ; Hey, babe, hey ; My heart belongs to daddy ; You're the top / Ensemble.
Other Titles: Bell Telephone hour (Television program)
Responsibility: a production of Henry Jaffe Enterprises for the Bell Telephone System ; produced by Charles Andrews ; directed by Clark Jones ; written by Charles Andrews.

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In the pantheon of composers for stage and screen, few were as prolific as Cole Porter. Broadway and Hollywood kept him well occupied from 1930 to 1960. His urbane personality provided the ultra sophisticated, witty and occasionally risqué songs that found their way into many of his Broadway shows. For Hollywood, with its then more stringent moral code, he turned down the heat, still managing to deliver the goods.

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