Description: Glenn Miller Story - released in 1953. Watch more at: http://www.youtube.com/profile?gl=NL&hl=nl&user=Ccvanl#p/aThe film follows big band leader Glenn Miller (1904-1944) (James Stewart) from his early days in the music business in 1929 through to his presumed 1944 death when the airplane he was flying in was lost over the English Channel during World War II. Prominent placement in the film is given to Miller's courtship and marriage to Helen Burger (June Allyson), and various cameos by actual musicians who were colleagues of Miller.In 1954, the film was nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Screenplay (by Valentine Davies and Oscar Brodney) and Best Score (by Henry Mancini and Joseph Gershenson). The film won the Oscar for Best Music Recording, by Leslie I.Some of the legendary musicians who make cameo appearances in the film include: Louis Armstrong, Barney Bigard, Cozy Cole, Gene Krupa, Frances Langford, Marty Napoleon, Ben Pollack, Babe Russin, Arvell Shaw, The Modernaires, and James Young (IV).
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The middle of The Glenn Miller Story with James Stewart when the man cut his lip and Glenn Miller discovered "his sound"
The Glenn Miller Story (1953). With James Stewart. Military scene. Starting with The National Emblem March. Watch more Glenn Miller at: www.youtube.com
www.youtube.com Hello and Welcome to the "Glenn Miller Story" A musical tribute to Glenn and Helen Miller, and fans old and new. Enjoy the Glenn Miller "Sound" with a little help from His Orchestra, and vocal singers, the Modernaires, Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, Dorothy Claire, and Paula Kelly. Many of the popular hits are included, plus other Glenn Miller songs you don't often get to hear, which I hope you will like as much. In those days, each song told its own story. Give yourself some time out to relax with your favourite drink, and a slice or two of apple pie. Thank you.
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"Moonlight Serenade" is an American popular song with original music by Glenn Miller and subsequent lyrics by Mitchell Parish. When Miller recorded "Sunrise Serenade" in 1939, he placed this song on the back. The song, recorded on April 4, 1939 on RCA Bluebird, was a Top Ten hit on the US pop charts in 1939, reaching number three on the Billboard charts, where it stayed for fifteen weeks. It was the no.5 top pop hit of 1939 on Billboard in the year end Billboard tally of the top records of 1939. Glenn Miller had 5 records in the top 20 songs of 1939 on Billboard's list.In 1991, the recording of "Moonlight Serenade", released on RCA Bluebird in 1939 as Bluebird B-10214-B by Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.
Frances Langford in a scene from The Glenn Miller Story, playing together Chattanooga Choo Choo by Glenn Miller (James Stewart) and his orchestra with Modernaires. The film was recorded in 1954. For more information see: en.wikipedia.org Sorry about the sound is low, but I think this happened after having gone through several video editors.
Sinopse Esta obra-prima do cinema e da música conta a verdadeira história do genial músico Glenn Miller. Do sofrido início de sua carreira até o estrelado e seguindo por suas performances durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial, as deliciosas músicas de Miller permeiam todas as cenas do filme, tornando-o uma diversão verdadeiramente imperdível.Interpretado com brilhantismo por James Stewart, o filme acompanha a carreira do músico e sua linda história de amor sua esposa Hellen (June Allison). Além do casal de estrelas, um elenco genial com nome como Heny Morgan e Charles Drake complementa com perfeição as emocionantes atuações.
Glenn Miller - PENNSYLVANIA 65000. From the movie picture "The Glenn Miller Story" , 1953, directed by Anthony Mann . James Stwart as Glenn Miller and June Allyson as Helen Miller.
This video has been blocked in Germany and Japan on October 8, 2012. グレン・ミラー物語 1953
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