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T. G. BOOGIE WOOGIE.
     See JAZZ CLASSICS.  No. 107.

TAKE ME BACK BABY.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 1941.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FBC 4391
Performed by Count Basie and his Band with Jimmy Rushing.  On reel
with several other Soundies.  SEE ALSO Jazz Classics.  Nos. 109 and
111.

TAKE THE A TRAIN.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 1941.
     Photographer: Steve Schultz.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FCB 2738
Performed by the Delta Rhythm Boys.  On reel with several other
Soundies.

TALMAGE FARLOW.
Copyright Collection
     Productions A-Propos, 1981.
     Director/Producer/Editor: Lorenzo DeStefano; Director of
     Photography: Edward Thomas; Cameras: Daniel Ducovny, Tom
     Hurwitz, Joe Vitagliano, Robert Ferrara.
     58 mins., color, 16mm.                              FDA 6968
A documentary covering the life and career of jazz guitarist Tal
Farlow who, twenty-five years before, resumed a career as a sign
painter and restricted his music-making to local club appearances. 
Farlow performs "Fascinating Rhythm" and "Jordu" at a local New
Jersey bar and at the Public Theatre in New York. 

TAP.
Copyright Collection
     Tri-Star Pictures, 1989.
     Director/Writer: Nick Castle; Executive Producer:
     Francine Saperstein; Producer: Gary Adelson, Richard
     Vane.
     110 mins., color, 35mm.                          CGA 9479-84
A feature involving the call of tapdancing in the life of a jewel
thief, starring Gregory Hines, Suzzanne Douglas, Sammy Davis, Jr.
(in his last feature film), Savion Glover and Joe Morton.  Features
Bunny Briggs, Steve Condos, Arthur Duncan, Harold Nicholas, Pat
Rico, Sandman Sims and Jimmy Slyde participating in a "challenge"
contest in which each dancer's turn is as diverse and expressive as
those of soloists in a great jazz band.

TAP HAPPY.
     See JAZZ CLASSICS.  No. 105.

TAPDANCIN'.
Copyright Collection
     Blackwood Films, 1980.
     Director/Producer: Christian Blackwood; Editor: Jill
     Godmilow; Photographers: Blackwood, Mead Hunt, Mark
     Trottenberg.
     58 mins., color, 16mm.                              FDA 6967
An exploration of the art of American tap dance through stage
performances, interviews and vintage film excerpts.  John Bubbles,
Honi Coles, the Copasetics, Chuck Green and the Nicholas Brothers
share their history and encourage a new generation to keep the form
alive.  Includes performances by the Four Step Brothers, Bubba
Gaines, the Jazz Tap Percussion Ensemble, Bill Robinson, and the
Third Generation Step.  Music includes Dave Brubeck's "Blue Rondo
a la Turk."

TEXAS TENOR--THE ILLINOIS JACQUET STORY.
Copyright Collection
     Arthur Elgort Ltd. Productions, 1992.
     Director/Executive Producer: Arthur Elgort; Producer:
     Ronit Avneri; Associate Producer/Camera: Morten
     Sandtroen; Editor: Paula Heredia.
     81 mins., black & white, 1/2" videocassette.        VAC 9489
A documentary capturing Jacquet in performances at New York's Blue
Note club in 1988 and on tour in Europe in 1990.  His solos, in the
"Texas school" he pioneered with Arnett Cobb, Herschel Evans and
Buddy Tate, present an unreconstructed form of swing music popular
in the Forties.  In interviews, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton and
Sonny Rollins discuss his popular tenor saxophone solo on "Flying
Home."  Milt Hinton and Cecil Payne also make appearances. 

THANKS FOR THE BOOGIE RIDE.
     See JAZZ CLASSICS.  No. 104.

THAT'S THE SPIRIT.
United Artists Collection
     Vitaphone Corp./Warner Bros., 1933.
     Director: Roy Mack.
     12 mins., black & white, 3/4" videocassette.        VBK 2384
A fictional short featuring the Noble Sissle Band with Buster
Bailey, Clarence Brereton, Edward "Jelly" Coles, Wendell Culley,
Wilbur De Paris, Cora La Redd and the Washboard Serenaders. 
Numbers include "St. Louis Blues," "A Shanty in Old Shanty Town"
and "Tiger Rag."

THELONIOUS MONK--STRAIGHT, NO CHASER.
Copyright Collection
     Malpaso Productions/The Monk Film Project, Inc./Michael
     Blackwood Productions, Inc., 1989.
     Director: Charlotte Zwerin; Executive Producer: Clint
     Eastwood; Producers: Charlotte Zwerin, Bruce Ricker; Director
     of Photography: Christian Blackwood.
     90 mins., color/black & white, 35mm.             CGB 1501-05
Based on footage of Monk from 1967-68, this documentary
intersperses these sequences with chats and interviews with friends
and family such as Harry Colomby, Tommy Flanagan, Barry Harris, Bob
Jones, Baroness Nica de Koenigswarter (the former patron of Charlie
Parker), Thelonious Monk, Jr. and Charlie Rouse.  Numbers include
"Ask Me Now," "Blue Monk," "Crepuscule with Nellie," "Don't Blame
Me," "Epistrophy," "Evidence" (with solos by Johnny Griffin and
Phil Woods), "I Should Care," "Just a Gigolo," "Misterioso" (with
Art Farmer, Flanagan, Harris and Milt Jackson), "Off Minor,"
"Pannonica," "Rhythm-a-Ning," "`Round Midnight," "Ruby My Dear" and
"Sweetheart of All My Dreams."  Narrated by Samuel E. Wright.  

THIRTY YEARS OF CBC TELEVISION.
     See THE DUKE--CONVERSATION IN MUSIC.

THOSE RAGTIME YEARS.
     See PROJECT 20.

THRILLS OF MUSIC SERIES.
     See BOYD RAEBURN, BUDDY MORROW, BUDDY RICH, CHARLIE
     BARNET, CHARLIE SPIVAK, CLAUDE THORNHILL, GENE KRUPA, INA
     RAY HUTTON, LOUIS PRIMA, RAY ANTHONY, RAY EBERLE, SHORTY
     SHEROCK, TONY PASTOR and their respective Orchestras.

THROUGH THE YEARS--UPBEAT IN MUSIC.
     See MARCH OF TIME.

TILL THEN.
     See JAZZ CLASSICS.  No. 106 and/or THE MILLS BROTHERS STORY.

TIME.
     See [ELLINGTON, DUKE--COMMERCIAL PROMOTION FOR TIME
MAGAZINE].

TIMEX ALL-STAR JAZZ SHOW.
NBC Television Collection
     NBC Television Network, 1957.
     Director/Producer: Dwight Hemion; Executive Producer:
     Lawrence White.
     Telecast: NBC, December 30, 1957.
     60 mins., black & white, 3/4" videocassette.Ref. copy forthcoming.
Performances by Louis Armstrong and his All Stars ("Lazy River" and
"Rockin' Chair"), Dave Brubeck Quartet, June Christy ("I Want to Be
Happy"), "Cozy" Cole, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra ("Ballet of
the Flying Saucers" and "Such Sweet Thunder"), Bobby Hackett, Woody
Herman and his Third Herd ("I Want to Be Happy," "The Preacher" and
"Woodchopper's Ball"), the Gene Krupa Trio ("Dark Eyes"), Carmen
McRae ("A Foggy Day" and "They All Laughed") and Jack Teagarden and
his Dixieland Group ("Rockin' Chair").  Numbers include "Struttin'
With Some Barbecue" and "When the Saints Go Marching In."  NOTE: LC
lacks first half hour of picture only--soundtrack complete.

TIMEX ALL-STAR JAZZ SHOW.  The Golden Age of Jazz.
Valburn/Ellington Collection
     A Lawrence White Production/CBS Television Network, 1959.
     Director: David Geisel; Producer: Bill Hobin; Writer: George
     T. Simon; Creators: Sylvan Taplinger, Oscar Cohen.
     Telecast: CBS, January 7, 1959.
     55 mins., black & white, 1/2" videocassette.        VAB 6798
Hosted by Jackie Gleason, this show spotlights Louis Armstrong
("Now You Has Jazz," "Old Fashioned Love" with Bobby Hackett and
Gene Krupa, "Ole Miss" and "Tiger Rag"), Duke Ellington and his
Orchestra ("I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart" with Ruth Olay,
"Perdido," "Rockin' in Rhythm," "Satin Doll," "Sophisticated Lady,"
"Just Squeeze Me," "Take the A Train" and "Things Ain't What They
Used to Be" in a medley featuring Harry Carney and Johnny Hodges),
the Dukes of Dixieland ("Just a Closer Walk With Thee" and "Ory's
Creole Trombone"), the Dizzy Gillespie Quintet ("St. Louis Blues"
and "Umbrella Man" with Louis Armstrong), George Shearing (a Latin
version of "Easy to Remember" and "I Hear Music"), and the All-
Stars (jam on "Body and Soul" with solos by Louis Armstrong, Vic
Dickenson, Roy Eldridge, Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Gonsalves and
Coleman Hawkins supported by the Duke Ellington Orchestra). 
Introduction and commercials by John Cameron Swayze.  

TONY PASTOR AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
AFI/Columbia Collection
     Columbia Pictures Corp., 1948.
     Director: Harry Foster.
     10 mins., black & white, 35mm.                      FEB 5932
A Columbia Featurette starring the title act with the Clooney
Sisters (Rosemary and Betty).  From the series Thrills of Music.

TOOT THAT TRUMPET.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 1943.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FDA 9763
Performed by Francine Everett, Cook and Brown and the Sepia
Steppers.  On reel with several other Soundies.

TOOT THAT TRUMPET.
Valburn/Ellington Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corporation of America, Inc., 1945
     - 1949.
     Directors: William Forest Crouch, Josef Berne; Executive
     Producer: William Forest Crouch.
     10 mins., black & white, 1/2" videocassette.        VAB 6838
Host Monte Hawley introduces four separate Soundies combined under
this title:  Dry Bones (1945) with the Delta Rhythm Boys, Jordan
Jive (1944) with Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five and the Swing
Maniacs, Knock Me Out (1945) with Apus and Estrellita and Dewey
Brown, and Toot that Trumpet (1943) with Francine Everett, Cook and
Brown and the Sepia Steppers.  SEE ALSO title above. 

TOOTS THIELEMANS IN NEW ORLEANS.
Copyright Collection
     Leisure Video, 1988.
     Director: John Beyer; Producers: John Shoup, John Beyer.
     60 mins., color, 1/2" videocassette.                VAB 4594
In this video, the master of the chromatic harmonica plays a set of
eight jazz standards, ranging from ballads to bebop.  After two
numbers, the video cuts to the first of three interview segments in
which Thielemans speaks about his musical beginnings in Brussels,
his influences, and his choice of instruments.  Numbers include "If
You Go Away," "Meaning of the Blues" and "`Round Midnight/Little
Rootie Tootie."  Thielemans plays guitar as an accompaniment to his
whistling on his composition "Bluesette."  Features Fred Hersch
(piano), Adam Nussbaum (drums) and Harvie Swartz (bass).

TOP MAN.
Copyright Collection
     Universal Pictures Co., Inc., 1943.
     Director: Charles Lamont; Producer: Milton Schwarzwald.
     78 mins., black & white, 16mm.                   FCA 3621-22
One of the series of Forties Universal musical comedies starring
Donald O'Connor.  This one focuses on a young college man
stimulating his friends to take up work in an industrial plant. 
Co-stars Lillian Gish, Anne Gwynne and Peggy Ryan.  Features Count
Basie and his Orchestra performing the numbers "Basie Boogie,"
"Dark Eyes" and "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams."

TREAT STREET.
     See ANATOMY OF A HIT.  No. 3, Little Man, What Now?

A TRIBUTE TO SIDNEY BECHET.
     See JAZZ AT THE SMITHSONIAN.  Bob Wilber and the Smithsonian 

Jazz Repertory.

THE TRIUMPH OF CHARLIE PARKER.
     See AMERICAN MASTERS.  Celebrating Bird.

THE TROUBLE WITH ME IS YOU.
     See JAZZ CLASSICS.  No. 106.

TRUMPET KINGS.
Copyright Collection
     Jazz Images, Inc., 1985.
     Director/Producer/Writer: Burrill Crohn; Co-Producers:
     David Chertok, Jeffrey L. Graubart.
     73 mins., color/black & white, 1/2" videocassette.  VAC 9039
Through film clips, stills and music, host Wynton Marsalis focuses
on eight decades of jazz trumpet, surveying Cat Anderson, Louis
Armstrong (in a 1933 film clip of a performance of "Dinah" in
Copenhagen, Denmark), Bix Beiderbecke ("Royal Garden Blues"), Bunny
Berigan in 1934, Buddy Bolden, Lester Bowie with the Art Ensemble
of Chicago, Clifford Brown, a Buck Clayton and Charlie Shavers duet
("This Can't Be Love"), Miles Davis, Roy Eldridge joining "Cozy"
Cole and Coleman Hawkins, Duke Ellington's brass section in 1930,
Art Farmer, Dizzy Gillespie ("Umbrella Man" with Louis Armstrong),
Freddie Hubbard, Harry James, Bunk Johnson, Lee Morgan, Fats
Navarro, King Oliver, Rex Stewart, Clark Terry and Cootie Williams. 
NOTE: LC copy has visual time code over picture. 

TWAS LOVE.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Filmcraft Productions/Soundies Distributing Corp. of
     America, Inc., 1946.
     Director/Producer: William Forest Crouch.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FCB 2730
Performed by Noble Sissle and his Orchestra with Gwen Tynes.  On
reel with several other Soundies.

THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.  Duke Ellington Swings Through Japan.
Copyright Collection
     CBS News, 1964.
     Director: Peter Poor; Producer: Burton Benjamin.
     Telecast: CBS, December 20, 1964.
     27 mins., black & white, 16mm.                      FBA 5178
A portrait of Ellington and his Orchestra as they tour Japan,
performing and sightseeing.  Numbers include "Black and Tan
Fantasy," "Creole Love Call," "I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good,"
"Mood Indigo," "Satin Doll," "Solitude," "Sophisticated Lady,"
"Take the A Train" and "Things Ain't What They Used To Be."  Solos
by Johnny Hodges and Paul Gonsalves.  Narrated by Walter Cronkite.

THE TWENTIETH CENTURY.  The Jazz of Dave Brubeck.
Copyright Collection
     CBS News, 1961.
     Director: Robert K. Sharpe; Producer: Isaac Kleinerman;
     Writer: Robert Rice.
     Telecast: CBS, December 31, 1961.
     30 mins., black & white, 16mm.                      FCA 3673
Dave Brubeck discusses jazz music and explains how jazz musicians
improvise on a tune and on chord progressions, showing how he and
three others combine and work together as the Dave Brubeck Quartet. 
Reported by Walter Cronkite.

U

THE UNFORGETTABLE NAT "KING" COLE.
LC Off-Air Taping Collection
     BBC/EMI/MPI, 1989.
     Director: Alan Lewens.
     90 mins., color/black & white, 3/4" videocassettes.VBG 9530-31
A survey of his career, this documentary shows a few different
viewpoints: those of his family, his colleagues and his valet.  It
covers a wide range of events in Cole's life, including his
father's churches, the protests and violence that resulted when he
bought a house in a WASP neighborhood in Los Angeles, the seizure
of his home by the IRS, the physical attacks made on him during a
performance in Birmingham, Alabama and his love of baseball. 
Interviews with Oscar Peterson, Harry Belafonte, Frank Sinatra and
Maria Cole.

UNFORGETTABLE PERFORMANCES.
     See SWINGTIME VIDEO.  No. 121.

[UNIDENTIFIED COUNT BASIE SOUNDIE].
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 1941.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FBC 4391
Performed by Count Basie and his Orchestra.  On reel with several
other Soundies.

[UNIDENTIFIED VALBURN/ELLINGTON.  No. 1, Duke Ellington Piano Solos
and Commentary].
Valburn/Ellington Collection
     ORTF, 1970.
     30 mins., color, 1/2" videocassette.                VAB 6802
Duke Ellington in Paris, France on July 2, 1970, performing "Black
Beauty," "Come Sunday," "Dancers in Love," "In the Beginning God,"
"Little African Flower," "Lotus Blossom," "New World A-Comin',"
"Paris Blues," "Satin Doll," "Take the A Train," "Things Ain't What
They Used to Be" and "Warm Valley."  A French production.  

[UNIDENTIFIED VALBURN/ELLINGTON.  No. 2, Japanese Television
Program Featuring Earl Hines and Others].
Valburn/Ellington Collection
     Production company unknown, 1972?
     25 mins., color, 1/2" videocassette.                VAB 6807
Appearances by Earl "Fatha" Hines, Marva Josie, Bob Mitchell,
Thelonious Monk, Bill Moody and Milan Rezabek in performances and
brief interviews.  Includes the songs "Blue Monk," "My Ship," "St.
Louis Blues Boogie Woogie" and "Tea for Two."  NOTE: LC copy is
incomplete, and also lacks credits.  A Japanese production.

[UNIDENTIFIED VALBURN/ELLINGTON.  No. 3, Duke Ellington and Others
on Danish Television].
Valburn/Ellington Collection
     Production company unknown, 1971?
     60 mins., color, 1/2" videocassette.                VAB 6806
Set in a Copenhagen nightclub, this Danish special features a very
brief appearance by Duke Ellington, an interview with his son
Mercer, and dialogue with, as well as songs by, Dee Dee
Bridgewater.  During one number she is accompanied by soloist Clark
Terry.  Songs include "Blues in G," "Good Morning, Heartache,"
"Somewhere" and "Things Ain't What They Used to Be."  A Danish
production.  

[UNIDENTIFIED VALBURN/ELLINGTON.  No. 4, Amsterdam Concert
Telecast].
Valburn/Ellington Collection
     AVRO-TV, 1958.
     Telecast: November 17, 1958.
     65 mins., black & white, 1/2" videocassette.      VAB 6835  
Features Duke Ellington and his Orchestra during the November 2,
1958 concert at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam at which he played
"All of Me," "Black and Tan Fantasy," "Caravan," "Creole Love
Call," "Diminuendo Crescendo in Blue," "Do Nothin' Till You Hear
from Me," "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," "Don't You Know I Care,"
"Hi Fi Fo Fum," "I Got it Bad," "I Let a Song Go Out," "I'm
Beginning to See the Light," "In a Sentimental Mood," "It Don't
Mean a Thing," "Kinda Dukish," "The Mooche," "Mood Indigo," "Mr.
Gentle and Mr. Cool," "My Funny Valentine," "Rockin' in Rhythm,"
"Solitude" and "Sophisticated Lady."  A Dutch production.  Soloists
include Ozzie Bailey, Tony Baker, Paul Gonsalves, Jimmy Hamilton,
Johnny Hodges, Quentin Jackson, Ray Nance, John Sanders and Sam
Woodyard.  NOTE: LC copy lacks credits.  

[UNITED ARTISTS MUSIC PROMOTIONAL FILM].
United Artists Collection
     United Artists Associated, Inc., 194?.
     45 mins., black & white, 35mm.                   FEA 9600-04
A compilation of music and dance numbers from Vitaphone music
shorts of the Thirties and Forties.  Features Jimmy Dorsey and his
Orchestra with Bob Eberly ("It's the Dreamer in Me"), Bobby Hackett
and his Swing Band, a Harlem nightclub scene, Woody Herman and his
Orchestra (1938, "Carolina in the Morning" and "You Must Have Been
a Beautiful Baby"), Jammin' the Blues (1944) in its entirety with
Lester Young, Red Callender, Jo Jones and Marie Bryant ("Jammin'
the Blues," "The Midnight Symphony" and "On the Sunny Side of the
Street"), Stan Kenton and his Orchestra (1946) with June Christy
("Kenton Blues"), the Nicholas Brothers from An All-Colored
Vaudeville Show (1935), Artie Shaw and his Orchestra ("Begin the
Beguine" and "Let's Stop the Clock") with Helen Forrest, and in
Symphony of Swing (1939) with Tony Pastor ("Jeepers Creepers"),
Leith Stevens and the Saturday Night Swing Club in On the Air
perform with Nan Wynn ("They Say" and "Tea for Two"), and an
unidentified rendition of "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans."  SEE
ALSO An All-Colored Vaudeville Show, Jammin' the Blues, Jazz
Classics.  No. 104, Stan Kenton and his Orchestra and cited titles. 

THE UNITED STATES STEEL HOUR.  Duke Ellington's A Drum is a Woman.
Valburn/Ellington Collection
     A Theater Guild Production/CBS Television Network, 1957.
     Director: Norman Felton; Executive Producer: Marshall Jamison;
     Associate Producer: John Haggott; Adaptor: Will Lorin.
     Telecast: May 8, 1957.
     60 mins., black & white, 1/2" videocassette.        VAB 6804
A jazz "ballet" featuring the love story of Zajj and Caribee Joe,
as performed by Carmen de Lavallade and Talley Beatty.  Music,
lyrics, orchestrations and book by Duke Ellington.  Musical numbers
conceived and staged by Paul Godkin.  Featuring singers Joya
Sherrill, Margaret Tynes and Ozzie Bailey.  SEE ALSO Wide Wide
World.  American Riches.  

UNLUCKY WOMAN.
     See JAZZ CLASSICS.  No. 111.

UPBEAT IN MUSIC.
     See MARCH OF TIME.

V

VARIETY TIME.
     See SHOWTIME AT THE APOLLO.

VIRGINIA, GEORGIA AND CAROLINE.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Minoco Productions/Soundies Distributing Corp. of
     America, Inc., 1942.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FBC 4391
Performed by Cab Calloway and his Orchestra: Danny Barker, Jerry
Blake, Andrew Brown, the Cabaliers (the four Palmer brothers),
"Cozy" Cole, Shad Collins, Tyree Glenn, Milt Hinton, Quentin
Jackson, Hilton Jefferson, Keg Johnson, Jonah Jones, Teddy McRae,
Bennie Payne, Russell Smith, Walter Thomas and Lammar Wright.  On
reel with several other Soundies.  SEE ALSO Jazz Classics.  No.
103.

VOICE OF AMERICA.
     See JAZZ SUMMIT.

W

WALT DISNEY'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF COLOR.  Music For Everybody.
Copyright Collection
     Walt Disney Productions, 1965.
     Director: Hamilton S. Luke; Writer: Joe Rinaldi; Animation:
     Eric Larson, Ward Kimball, Charlie Downs, Julius Svendsen, Art
     Stevens; Editor: Edward R. Baker.
     60 mins., color, 16mm.                           FBA 5819-20
Animation and live action with Ludwig von Drake as maestro for a
musical variety show illustrating many forms of music--symphony,
jazz, samba, ballet, and opera.  Includes Benny Goodman and his
Orchestra, the organist Ethel Smith, ballet dancers Lichine and
Riabouchinska, and the voices of Nelson Eddy and Dinah Shore.

WE'RE GETTING ACTION!
     See ANATOMY OF A HIT, No. 2.

WEST AFRICAN HERITAGE.
     See FROM JUMPSTREET.

WHAT A GIRL.
     See BOY!  WHAT A GIRL.

WHAT IS JAZZ?
     See THE SUBJECT IS JAZZ.

WHAT IT IS.
     See JAZZ--WHAT IT IS.    

WHAT TO DO.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 1942.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.          Ref. copy forthcoming
Vocalist Savannah Churchill shares the spotlight with Les Hite and
his Orchestra.  On reel with several other Soundies.

WHAT'S MY LINE?
     See JAZZ IS MY NATIVE LANGUAGE.

WHEN MY SUGAR WALKS DOWN THE STREET.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 1942.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FBC 4385
Performed by Henry "Hot Lips" Levine and his Dixieland Jazz Band
with Linda Keene.  On reel with several other Soundies.

WHEN THE BOYS MEET THE GIRLS.
Copyright Collection
     Four Leaf Productions/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1965.
     Director: Alvin Ganzer; Producer: Sam Katzmann; Screenplay:
     Robert E. Kent; Editor: Ben Lewis; Director of Photography:
     Paul C. Vogel.
     97 mins., color, 35mm.                           FGB 8631-36
A new version of the 1943 Girl Crazy, a musical comedy about a
wealthy playboy who gets involved in the financial troubles of a
young woman and helps her turn her homestead into a dude ranch for
divorcees.  Starring Connie Francis and Harve Presnell with
Gershwin numbers performed by Louis Armstrong, Buster Bailey, Danny
Barcelona, Buddy Catlett, Tyree Glenn and Billy Kyle. 

WHOLE BUNCH OF SOMETHING.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Soundies Distributing Corp. of America, Inc., 1943.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FCB 2731
Performed by Jimmy Dorsey and his Orchestra with Helen O'Connell
and Bob Eberly.  On reel with several other Soundies.

WIDE WIDE WORLD.  American Rhapsody.
NBC Television Collection
     NBC-TV, 1956.
     Director: Dick Schneider; Executive Producer: Barry Wood;
     Producer: Herbert Sussan; Writer: Joseph Liss.
     Telecast: NBC, December 4, 1955.
     90 mins., black & white, 16mm.                   FDA 0115-16
Hosted by Dave Garroway, this episode of the series includes a look
at the music of the Americas: a calypso singer, a Cuban rumba band,
a Jamaican steel band, folk singers in Durham, North Carolina, jazz
in New Orleans, music for the deaf in Baltimore and a visit with
Frank Sinatra and Nat "King" Cole in rehearsal. 

WIDE WIDE WORLD.  American Riches.
NBC Television Collection
     NBC-TV, 1957.
     Director: Dick Schneider; Executive Producer: Barry Wood;
     Producer: Alan Neuman; Writer: Harold Flender.
     Telecast: NBC, January 20, 1957.
     90 mins., black & white, 16mm.                   FDA 9353-54
Hosted by Dave Garroway, this episode of the series includes a
visit with Duke Ellington at the Civic Auditorium in Omaha,
Nebraska.  Broadcast live by remote cameras, Ellington and his Band
rehearse the "Congo Square" section of A Drum Is a Woman, then play
a medley of Ellington standards.  A brief interview between
Garroway and Ellington broaches the subject of the new album.  SEE
ALSO The United States Steel Hour.
     
WIDE WIDE WORLD.  Producer's Showcase.
NBC Television Collection
     An NBC Special Events Production, 1955.
     Director: Dick Schneider; Executive Producer: Barry Wood;
     Creator: Sylvester L. Weaver.
     Telecast: NBC, June 27, 1955.
     90 mins., black & white, 16mm.        Ref. copy forthcoming.
Pilot episode for the series.  Includes a jazz concert in
Washington, D. C. with Louis Armstrong, Bobby Hackett, Woody Herman
and Velma Middleton, as directed by Kirk Browning.

THE WINTER IN LISBON.
     See EL INVIERNO EN LISBOA.

WOLF TRAP SALUTES DIZZY GILLESPIE.
     See GREAT PERFORMANCES.

WOODY HERMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA.
United Artists Collection
     Vitaphone Corp., 1938.
     Director: Roy Mack.
     9 mins., black & white, 35mm.          Ref. copy forthcoming
A music short featuring the title act with dancers and vocalist Lee
Wiley performing "Carolina in the Morning," "Doctor Jazz,"
"Holiday," "the Shag" and "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby." 
SEE ALSO [United Artists Music Promotional Film].

THE WORLD OF BENNY GOODMAN.
Copyright Collection
     NBC-TV, 1963.
     Director/Producer: Eugene S. Jones; Writer: Joseph Liss;
     Editor: John Christophel; Photographers: Cy Avnet, Joseph
     Oexle.
     Telecast: NBC, January 24, 1963.
     59 mins., black & white, 16mm.                        FDA 10
Presents events in the life of Benny Goodman, describing his youth
in Chicago, his beginnings on radio, his coast-to-coast and
international tours and his family life.  Features performances
with the King of Thailand, with President Kennedy, and with Premier
Kruschev.  He describes his trip to Russia and shows how his
performances there demonstrated that jazz is representative of
American individuality.  Commentary by other artists with their
impressions.  Narrated by Alexander Scourby.

THE WORLD OF JAZZ.
     See OMNIBUS.  IV, Vol. 2.

WYNTON MARSALIS--BLUES AND SWING.
Copyright Collection
     CBS Records, Inc., 1988.
     Director/Producer: Stanley Dorfman.
     79 mins., color, 1/2" videocassette.                VAC 9539
In this documentary, Wynton Marsalis is featured in an intimate
concert performance with his quartet (Robert Hurst on bass,
Marsalis on trumpet, Marcus Roberts on piano and Jeff "Tain" Watts
on drums) at the Westwood Playhouse in Los Angeles and in workshops
conducted with students at Harvard University and at the Duke
Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, D. C.  Includes the
numbers "Big Butter and Egg Man," "Caravan," "Cherokee,"
"Crepuscule with Nellie," "Delfeayo's Dilemma," "(Do You Know What
It Means to Miss) New Orleans," "Goodbye," "J Mood," "Knozz Moe
King" and "Later."

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YOU ALWAYS HURT THE ONE YOU LOVE.
     See JAZZ CLASSICS.  No. 106 and/or THE MILLS BROTHERS STORY.

YOU CALL IT MADNESS.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Minoco Productions/Soundies Distributing Corp. of
     America, Inc., 1946.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FDA 9763
Performed by Billy Eckstine and his Orchestra.  On reel with
several other Soundies.

YOU OUGHT TO BE IN PICTURES.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Snader Telescriptions, 1950.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FBC 4366
Mel Torme performs the title number.  On reel with several other
Snaders.

YOU RASCAL YOU.
     See I'LL BE GLAD WHEN YOU'RE DEAD, YOU RASCAL YOU. 

YOUR FEET'S TOO BIG.
AFI/Myrick Collection
     Minoco Productions/Soundies Distributing Corp. of
     America, Inc., 1941.
     3 mins., black & white, 16mm.                       FDA 9763
Performed by Fats Waller.  On reel with several other Soundies. 
SEE ALSO Jazz Classics.  No. 107.

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