Home | About Us | Contact | Subscribe
Great Show Tunes
You Make Me Feel So Young
Three Little Girls in Blue
Frank Sinatra, Charles Aznavour
Frank Sinatra and Charles Aznavour are iconic singers in their home countries of US and France...and around the world. Together they are phenomenal. One of our subscribers (who confesses a love for Aznavour after seeing him on Broadway and at Carnegie Hall) suggested this duet. A creative editor has compiled photos of many of our much-loved stars of the past, most of them also passed, except Aznavour, still going strong at 88, in the 76th year of his career as I write this.
The original song by Josef Myrow and Mack Gordon comes from Three Little Girls in Blue, a 1946 remake of the play Three Blind Mice and film Moon Over Miami, all the story of three sisters looking for rich husbands. And who could resist the wiles of June Haver, Vivian Blain, and Vera-Ellen? Here Vera-Ellen (with singing dubbed by Carol Stewart) is trying to charm Charles Smith (singing dubbed by Del Porter) for all of $138 (he's not rich, just a bellboy) and moves into an amazing fantasy dance sequence. With tap, ballet, gymnastics, and one of the best trust falls ever, this Great Show Tunes Bonus shows why Vera-Ellen started her career as one of the youngest and shortest Rockettes ever and then went on to act and dance with some of Hollywood's greatest male stars.
For more Film videos, click here
See the complete catalog of
great show tunes videos