Sing along with Mitch, Show no. 90

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Title
Sing along with Mitch, Show no. 90
Additional title: Shooting high
Additional title: (When the evening sun is sinking) To make sweet Georgia mine
Additional title: I forgot the number of my house
Additional title: Doggie
Additional title: Monkey rag
Additional title: Lookie lookie lookie, here comes Cookie
Additional title: Sweet and lovely
Additional title: Gay Caballero
Additional title: They go wild
Additional title: Old piano blues
Additional title: My happiness
Additional title: Where did you get that girl?
Additional title: Grizzly bear
Additional title: Meet me tonight in Dreamland
Additional title: Jolly caballero
Additional title: I ain't got nobody
Additional title: I had a dream
Additional title: I love you all the T-I-M-E
Additional title: For she could carry a gun as good as any mother's son
Additional title: Mary Ann
Additional title: Love nest
Additional title: Vie en rose
Additional title: You must have been a beautiful baby
Additional title: If I could be with you
Additional title: Red Rose rag
Additional title: Moonlight and roses
Additional title: Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image
Additional title: Sing along with Mitch (Televsion program)
Names
Miller, Mitch (host.)
Miller, Mitch (conductor.)
Burns, George, 1896-1996 (commentator.)
Burns, George, 1896-1996 (performer.)
Hunter, Bob, (Pianist) (performer.)
McGrath, Bob, 1932- (performer.)
Friesen, Paul (performer.)
Carlson, Stan, (Vocalist) (performer.)
Love, Andy (performer.)
Uggams, Leslie (performer.)
Hyman, Dick, 1927- (performer.)
Cortese, Dominic (performer.)
Cotler, Gordon (producer.)
Gang (Musical group) (performer.)
Quinto Sisters (Musical group) (performer.)
NBC Productions (broadcaster.)
Thirteen Productions (broadcaster.)
Collection

Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image

Dates / Origin
Date Captured: 19840907
Date Captured: 19640309
Library locations
Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound
Shelf locator: *LVU 421
Topics
Miller, Mitch
Popular music -- 1961-1970
Choruses, Secular (Men's voices) with orchestra
Music videos
Genres
Music
two-dimensional moving image
Video recordings
Notes
Statement of responsibility: starring Mitch Miller, Leslie Uggams and the Sing-Along Gang, with special guest star George Burns.
Title from videotape.
Video is erratic.
"Thirteen copy; series: Mitch Miller; program title: Geo. Burns; record date: 9/7/84; vtr: 33; copied from: VT-4; show 90"--Originally from videocassette container.
"NBC; date: 2/6/64; PB: 2-10[-64]; title: Mitch #90; scene: seg. I; Looky Looky, Sweet and lovely; take 3 & 5"--Originally from videotape.
"NBC; date: 2/7/64; PB: 2-10[-64]; title: Mitch #90; scene: [seg II]; Vaudeville, They go wild; take 3"--Originally from videotape.
"NBC; date: 2/7/64; PB: 2-10[-64]; title: Mitch #90; scene: seg. III; Dreamland, Master; take 2"--Originally from videotape.
"NBC; date: 2/6/64; PB: 2-10[-64]; title: Mitch #90; scene: seg. IV; I had a dream, Pee Wee Quartet; take 3"--Originally from videotape.
"NBC; date: 2/6/64; PB: 2-10[-64]; title: Mitch #90; scene: Close SA; take 1"--Originally from videotape.
"NBC; date: 2/6/64; PB: 2-10[-64]; title: Mitch #90; scene: Waxworks promo; take 1--Originally from videotape.
"An All American Features Inc. production"--Originally from videotape.
Creation/production credits: Gordon Cotler, producer.
Performers: Mitch Miller, host and conductor ; The Gang (Bob McGrath (solo on 7th work only), Jack Brown (13th-14th, 20th-21st works), Keith Booth, Lou Hurst, Stan Carlson (13th-14th, 20th-21st works), Paul Friesen (13th-14th, 20th-21st works), Andy Love (14th, 20th-21st works), Phil Olson, Bill Ventura) (1st, 6th, 8th, 11th, 14th-15th, 18th-19th, 22nd-24th, 27th works); with various girl dancers ; Leslie Uggams, vocals (11th, 17th, 22nd-24th, 27th works) ; Dick Hyman, piano (11th work) ; The Quinto Sisters, vocals (12th, 22nd-24th, 27th works) ; Dominic Cortese, accordion (16th work only) ; George Burns, guest star vocals and commentary (2nd-6th, 8th-10th, 13th-14th, 17th, 20th-27th works) ; Bob Hunter, piano (2nd-6th, 8th-10th, 17th, 21st-23rd, 25th works) ; with unidentified orchestra and jazz ensemble.
Venue: Television program video dub NBC Studios, [New York, New York] 1964 February 6-7 (original taping dates) [1964 March 9] (original broadcast date) Thirteen [Productions, New York, New York] 1984 September 7 (copy rebroadcast date)
Language: Spoken in English; sung in English and French.
Forms part of: Mitch Miller collection of audio and moving image.
Physical Description
Extent: 1 streaming video file (57:50) : sound, color
Description
In episode 90 of "Sing along with Mitch", George Burns and his pianist Bob Hunter "rehearse" songs at a ski lodge with the Gang. This episode also features Vaudeville numbers, barbershop quartets, George Burns talking to Jack Benny on the phone, and the sing-along. At the end, a promo for episode [no. 88; original airdate February 17, 1964] (Wax works) is hosted by Mitch Miller. Songs and music excerpts: "Shooting high" (Opening sing-along) (The Gang) ; "(When the evening sun is sinking) To make sweet Georgia mine", "I forgot the number of my house", "Doggie" (excerpt from I. Berlin's "Take a little wife"), "The monkey rag" (George Burns and Bob Hunter) ; "Lookie Lookie Lookie, here comes Cookie" (The Gang, George Burns and Bob Hunter) ; "Sweet and lovely" (Bob McGrath) ; "Gay Caballero" (The Gang, George Burns and Bob Hunter) ; [2 Unidentified song excerpts] (George Burns and Bob Hunter) ; "They go wild" (The Gang) ; "The old piano blues" (Leslie Uggams and Dick Hyman) ; "My happiness" (The Quinto Sisters) ; "Where did you get that girl?" (Vaudeville Trio: Jack Brown, Paul Friesen and Stan Carlson ; George Burns and Bob Hunter) ; "Grizzly bear" (Quartet: Andy Love, Jack Brown, Paul Friesen and Stan Carlson ; the girl dancers ; George Burns ; The Gang ; with orchestra) ; "Meet me tonight in Dreamland" (The Gang) ; ["A jolly caballero"] (Dominic Cortese, accordion) ; "I ain't got nobody" (Leslie Uggams, George Burns and Bob Hunter ; with unidentified jazz ensemble) ; "I had a dream" (The Gang) ; "I love you all the T-I-M-E" (The Gang) ; "For she could carry a gun as good as any mother's son" and "Mary Ann" (excerpts) (Pee Wee Quartet: Andy Love, Jack Brown, Paul Friesen and Stan Carlson ; George Burns) ; Closing sing-along: "Love nest" ; ["La vie en rose" in French] (excerpt) (George Burns and Bob Hunter only) ; "You must have been a beautiful baby" ; "If I could be with you" (The Gang, Leslie Uggams, The Quinto Sisters, George Burns) ; "Red Rose rag" (excerpt) (George Burns and Bob Hunter) ; Sing-along finale: "Moonlight and roses" (The Gang, Leslie Uggams, The Quinto Sisters, George Burns)
Type of Resource
Moving image
Languages
English
French
Identifiers
RLIN/OCLC: 893620474
NYPL catalog ID (B-number): b20318485
Universal Unique Identifier (UUID): 102922f0-66a7-0132-3398-3c075448cc4b
Copyright Notice
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Rights Statement
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  • 19840907: Captured
  • 2019: Found by you!
  • 2020

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Sing along with Mitch