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After The Ball - Jerry Colonna - Lets All Sing With Jerry Colonna (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. The Movie: The Paleface () is one of those classic comedies that I feel I have seen in bits and pieces on TV for most of my life (as well as snippets of the Don Knotts remake from , The Shakiest Gun in the West).It was a big hit for star Bob Hope, and it spawned a sequel, the already-on-Blu-ray Son of Paleface from Both films include the Oscar-winning song "Buttons and Bows.
  2. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Gerardo Luigi "Jerry" Colonna (September 17, – November 22, ) was an American musician, actor, comedian, singer, songwriter and trombonist best remembered as the zaniest of Bob Hope's sidekicks in Hope's popular radio shows and .
  3. Oct 17,  · Jerry Colonna is a life and business coach and a philanthropist. Formerly, he was co-founder of Flatiron Partners, one of the most successful early stage investment programs in NYC. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees at Naropa University. Follow Jerry on Twitter: @jerrycolonna.
  4. The Monkees was an American situation comedy that first aired on NBC in two long series between September 12, and March 25, The series followed the adventures of four young men (the Monkees) trying to make a name for themselves as a rock 'n roll band.
  5. Colonna suffered a heart attack in , after which he remained at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital until his death in As always, this video should illustrate the impact of Bob Hope’s radio show, especially Jerry Colonna’s remarkable talents.
  6. “They all loved him, as did the public,” Hope said. Born in Boston on Sept. 17, , of Italian immigrant parents, Colonna began his show business career as a trombone player.
  7. But even though there are other Reboot coaches, “if you want Jerry,” says Wilson, “you kind of have to have Jerry.” Colonna gets to New York for about a week a month, where he works out of.

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