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My favorite christmas song
3 Dec 2007
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Sad-sack, chronically self-doubting Hollywood screenwriter Charlie Kaufman (Cage) is hired to script "The Orchid Thief", written by New Yorker scribe Susan Orlean (Streep). Kaufman becomes increasingly stressed and unhinged in his approach.
27 Mar 2012
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Very very private shooting....Mister Spike Jones , thanks for the music!
16 Aug 2008
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Spike Jones of Brains on Fire receives the first official WOMMA tattoo during Summit 2008. Introduced by John Bell, WOMMA President.
4 Dec 2008
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(Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend" is a country and cowboy-style song. It was written on June 5, 1948 by Stan Jones The original version, by Burl Ives, was recorded on February 17, 1949 and released by Columbia Records as catalog number 38445. The recording first appeared on the Billboard charts on April 22, 1949, lasting 6 weeks and peaking at position #21.[9] Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. Vocalists: Vaughn Monroe and The Moon Men. Their version, the best-selling one, was r ecorded on March 14, 1949 and released by RCA Victor Records The recording first appeared on the Billboard charts on April 15, 1949, lasting 22 weeks and peaking at position #1. The Bing Crosby version was recorded on March 22, 1949 and released by Decca Records as catalog number 24618. The recording first appeared on the Billboard charts on May 6, 1949, lasting 6 weeks and peaking at position #14 The Peggy Lee version was recorded on April 18, 1949 and released by Capitol Records . It reached #2 in Billboard's Most Played By Disc Jockeys listing without appearing in the retail Top 30. The Spike Jones version was recorded on May 24, 1949 and released by RCA Victor Records. Copies of the original release, containing lyrics ridiculing RCA stockholder Vaughn Monroe, are rare. The recording parodies the original Monroe recording, injecting much of Jones' quintessential humor along the way.
21 Aug 2011
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(Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wai) (Freed - Noble - Leleiohaku) SPIKE JONES AND HIS WACKY WAKAKIANS WITH CHORUS
29 Apr 2009
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Spike Jones and His City Slickers were among the many performers showcased in "Soundies," short musical films designed to be played in special jukeboxes. In CLINK! CLINK! ANOTHER DRINK (1942), Del Porter leads the chorus and there's a featured vocal by Mel Blanc, the voice of many legendary cartoon characters (including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety and Sylvester, Yosemite Sam, and Barney Rubble). Read all about Soundies in THE SOUNDIES BOOK: A REVISED AND EXPANDED GUIDE TO THE "MUSIC VIDEOS" OF THE 1940s (2007) available from iUniverse at www.iuniverse****
6 Sep 2009
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Spike Jones and His City Slickers were among the many performers showcased in "Soundies," short musical films designed to be played in special jukeboxes. This Soundie, which features the cornpone-flavored hillbilly tune PASS THE BISCUITS, MIRANDY (1942), was directed by Reginald LeBorg (THE MUMMY'S GHOST, WEIRD WOMAN, THE BLACK SLEEP). Read all about Soundies in THE SOUNDIES BOOK: A REVISED AND EXPANDED GUIDE TO THE "MUSIC VIDEOS" OF THE 1940s (2007) available from iUniverse at www.iuniverse****
13 Aug 2010
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Rarely seen theatrical short with original vocals by Carl Grayson.
16 Aug 2011
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Cool dreamlike Adidas Commercial directed by Spike Jones Director: Spike Jones Production Company: MJZ-Los Angeles Executive Producer: Vincent Landay DP: Ellen Kuras Editor: Haines Hall Post-Production Company: Spot Welders, Los Angeles Visual Effects Company: Sea Level, Los Angeles Music: KAREN O. Title: Hello Tomorrow
21 Dec 2008
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From the Colgate Comedy Hour TV Show on the NBC network (1950-1955)
11 Dec 2012
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Leila, Becca and Jacqueline dancing charleston. Song: The charleston - Spike Jones Choregrapher: Anne-Lie Kallenberg
25 Jul 2009
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[Please read] The question you must answer: is he too fat for you? This video's star is Norman "Chubby" Chaney, a featured player in film producer Hal Roach's "Our Gang"/("Little Rascals") comedy shorts in the late '20s/early '30s. This video features clips from most of Chubby's film appearances. Spike Jones (and his City Slickers) and The Andrews Sisters "lend" their voices here and there as well as do the instruments of the talented players of the Beau Hunks Orchestra. This video was brewed in a humorous spirit, with a twist of "wink." Charge me with mischief combined with a fondness for Chubbs-—I am guilty. Accuse me not of malice or insensitivity for neither charge will stick. IMPORTANT: Questions or comments are sincerely welcome—but only if they are nice, clean, and comprehendible. If you are a professional and prefer that I delete this video, please contact me and it will promptly be done. PERSONAL NOTE TO EVERY INDIVIDUAL VIEWER: Thanks sincerely for playing this video. I'm glad and grateful if you enjoyed it. I think my own favorite "Chubby moments" are his interactions with Jean Darling and Mary Ann Jackson.
13 Sep 2010
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Spank
26 Sep 2009
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The Trouser Trumpets play to an appreciative audience at The Horse Bridge Arts and Community Centre in the charming sea side town of Whitstable, Kent, Blighty.
8 Jan 2010
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Access Hollywood Forest, Catherine, and Lauren, stars of "Where The Wild Things Are," chat about acting out the scenes on stage and co-star Max Records' performance in the film.
25 Apr 2010
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