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Sammy Davis Jr. at the piano with Matt Dennis
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Sammy Davis, Jr. Does Gershwin

This classic TV clip from The Big Party, initially broadcast on October 8, 1959 pairs two Gershwin tunes performed by Sammy Davis Jr., It Ain’t Necessarily So and Fascinating Rhythm. Davis’ skills as a celebrity and entertainer are clear in both numbers.

Louis Jordan on sax witha lovely young woman in front of him
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Wham, Sam (Dig Those Gams!)

This classic film clip stars a musician, Louis Jordan, who is little known to modern music audiences. However, from the early 1940’s to the early

Teddy Hale Dancing
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Teddy Hale Dances

In this rarely seen classic TV footage, legendary tap dancer Teddy Hale appears in his only surviving filmed appearance on the Texaco Star Theater from