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Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra (1943)

Passed | | Short, Music | 27 March 1943 (USA)

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Ozzie Nelson leads his orchestra in two standard numbers, and Ozzie performs two novelty songs.

Director:

Jean Negulesco
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Ozzie Nelson and Orchestra Ozzie Nelson and Orchestra ... Orchestra
Ozzie Nelson ... Ozzie Nelson
Harriet Nelson ... Harriet Hilliard (as Harriet Hilliard)
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Ozzie Nelson leads his orchestra in two standard numbers, and Ozzie performs two novelty songs.

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Genres:

Short | Music

Certificate:

Passed | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 March 1943 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Melody Masters: Ozzie Nelson and His Orchestra See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Warner Bros. See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA Sound System)
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Trivia

This short is on the Warner Bros. DVD for Watch on the Rhine (1943). See more »

Soundtracks

Central Avenue Shuffle
(uncredited)
Written by Ozzie Nelson
Played by Ozzie Nelson and Orchestra
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Ozzie goes Brooklyn
16 September 2014 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

You hoid it here foist. The highlight of this short subject featuring Ozzie Nelson and his orchestra was Ozzie doing a nice novelty number in the end complete with Brooklyn accent, I'm Dancing With The Dames With The Moolah.

Of course there are some other good numbers, that old standard Chinatown My Chinatown with chorus doing the vocal. But Ozzie Nelson more than most liked to do those novelty numbers. When he first came up he was a radio crooner with a style I've called Rudy Vallee light. But when that style of crooning went passé, Nelson took up that all American image with a dash of Spike Jones in his work.

This is a pleasant short subject from the World War II years.


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