West was born on April 4, 1959 and raised in the San Diego, California area, the
... As word spread through the Bay Area, West started to get one- and two-week
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In 1923 he opened his first studio on 43rd street in New York City and in ... Victor
Schertzinger wrote the hit song “Arthur Murray Taught Me Dancing in a Hurry”,
sung by Betty Hutton. ... Located at 1035 S De Anza Blvd #3, San Jose, CA
Oct 13, 2009 ... ... Vaughn is one of the few movie theater organists still playing in the Bay Area.
... Louis F. Gottschalk and Victor Schertzinger composed or ...
... Michigan State University Press, 2012), is now available as a Redwood ..... “
Victor Who?,” a look at the incredible life, art and influence of Mahanoy City
native Victor. Schertzinger, one of the most significant pioneers in the Hollywood
film ... of Philadelphia, New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, and California
... Victor Young, Egbert Van Alstyne; Haven Gillespie; Body And Soul – Johnny ....
I Remember You – Victor Schertzinger; Johnny Mercer; I Thought About You ...
Xo man in newspaper work in Northern California had a wider acquaintance with
theatrical people. .... Several new- agents in this city told me tint they were com-
pletely sold out the day they arrived, and ..... Victor Schertzinger's unique
orchestra, composed entirely of reed and string instruments, provides ....
(Among thousands of salespeople and buyers in leading shops of 30 cities, ...... A
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Filming Locations: Alamo Square, Hayes Valley, San Francisco, California, USA
See more » ... (1941) Music by Victor Schertzinger Lyrics by Johnny Mercer