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Thu Oct 16 17:59:02 2014 UTClccn-n851297250.00Meyer Corff collection,0.211.00Hugh Morton photographs and films: World War II,34648342Frances_Langfordn 851297251469905Francis LangfordNewbern, Franceslccn-no95005960Warner Home Video (Firm)lccn-no91011687Cagney, Jeanne1919-1984prfactlccn-n85376501Whorf, Richard1906-1966actlccn-n81007210Joseph, Edmundscelccn-n85151615Huston, Walter1884-1950prfactviaf-49434135Manning, Irene1912-2004prfactlccn-n85151783Tobias, George1901-1980prfactlccn-n80160333Buckner, Robertscelccn-n50028315Warner Bros. Pictures (1923-1967)lccn-n79145587Cohan, George M.(George Michael)1878-1942cmpLangford, FrancesDramaJuvenile worksFilm adaptationsMusical filmsBiographyFictionBiographical filmsRevuesRadio programsUnited StatesCohan, George M.--(George Michael),Theatrical producers and directorsComposersActorsMiller, Glenn,Jazz musiciansWorld War (1939-1945)Donald Duck (Fictitious character)WinterTrigger (Horse)Popular musicMusicalsRevuesRadio programsJazzMotion picture music--ExcerptsBig band musicJazz vocalsRadio comediesMan-woman relationshipsMusicals--ExcerptsNew York (State)--New YorkTelevision comediesCollege studentsFathersBodyguardsPopular music--Writing and publishingNew York (State)--New York--ManhattanWomen dancersWomen composersDivorcePatriotic musicNational songsRadio plays, AmericanSoldiersTrumpet music (Jazz)United States.--ArmyDancersSailorsSoldiers--Conduct of lifeSecretariesTheater--Production and directionJazz musicians--BiographyAmerican wit and humorMotion pictures, AmericanEntertainersPsychological aspectsPatriotismThis is the Army (Berlin, Irving)191320051932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119531954195619591960196219631966196719691971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201320145897549701791.4372PN1995.9 .M86ocn028628499ocn052337626ocn004096704ocn759039856ocn003323025ocn070785610ocn029697104ocn006039390ocn036392290ocn027449404ocn051868724ocn021696382ocn220955603ocn220955610ocn056638508ocn043760231ocn859805392ocn700099683ocn825560588ocn808728561ocn043118425ocn050033582ocn032871711ocn042931518ocn175291410ocn145060483ocn159936231ocn156847982ocn134932976ocn145873521ocn464694922ocn496817932ocn78537395215936ocn053129068visu19430.21Curtiz, MichaelYankee Doodle DandyBiographyDramaMusical filmsBiographical filmsA rousing musical depicting the life of George M. Cohan--playwright, entertainer, and composer6525ocn051868724visu19870.18Mann, AnthonyThe Glenn Miller storyDramaThis tribute to Glenn Miller charts his rise from obscurity and poverty to fame and wealth in the early 1940s5291ocn044401463visu20000.06Melody timeJuvenile worksDramaSeven classic cartoons originally released in 19482754ocn021696382visu19360.23Del Ruth, RoyBorn to danceDramaBorn to dance: "A break-a-leg tale of an understudy turned Broadway star"--Container. Lady be good: Powell plays a friend and matchmaker to two struggling songwriters (adapted from container)1815ocn069172243visu19880.18Too many girlsDramaThe father of a young girl starting college at a school where the girls outnumber the boys ten to one sends four bodyguards with her for protection. The bodyguards are also ace football players, and although its forbidden, they find a way to play, and rocket the hapless team to gridiron fame17134ocn017018697rcrd19670.17Rapp, PhilipThe BickersonsSide 1. A complete half-hour program including a skit about Danny Thomas' new beverage "Thomas-Cola" and a Bickersons skit entitled Join the Elks now, John. (It's three o'clock in the morning.) Side 2. Don is worried about Danny, as he has spent four weeks in a telephone booth. Two more Bickerson skits follow: Chow mein for breakfast and A $1,200 bald mink coat. Includes commercials1401ocn028628499rcrd19930.24Mercer, JohnnyJohnny Mercer1268ocn051210859visu19430.18"This is the Army"FictionDramaMusical filmsFilm adaptationsRevuesAn Irving Berlin musical tribute intended to boost morale during World War II. It honors the patriotic efforts of American soldiers during World Wars I and II. Berlin appears as himself, as does singer Kate Smith who delivers a rousing rendition of God bless America, for which she received the Congressional Gold Medal. Ronald Reagan stars as Johnny Jones, a son who follows in his father's show business footsteps. During World War I his father Jerry Jones staged an all-soldier show on Broadway called Yip yip Yaphank. Being a dancer and then wounded in the War, Jerry moves on to being a producer. In World War II his son Johnny Jones, who was his father's assistant, gets the order to stage a new show, called This is the army. His personal life is a bit of a struggle though, because he refuses to marry his fiancee until the war is over1011ocn052337626rcrd20030.13A patriot's songbook a companion to A patriot's handbook742ocn220955610visu19920.23Del Ruth, RoyBroadway melody of 1936DramaLovely, gifted Irene Foster hopes that her childhood sweetheart-turned Broadway producer Robert Gordon will recognize her--and her talent. Gordon is too busy sparring with a dirt-dishing gossip columnist to notice, but his wisecracking, heart-of-gold secretary certainly does. She and Irene must use their wits to show him what he's missing!692ocn173515533rcrd19970.17Old time radioPresents twelve radio episodes of comedy shows originally broadcast in the 1940s and 50s+-+1435465206324681ocn004096704rcrd19730.6350 years of film music652ocn321081366rcrd20090.70Armstrong, LouisThe Complete Louis Armstrong Decca Sessions (1935-1946)642ocn085847406rcrd20050.13Old time radio shows+-+K581537846594ocn056627661visu19430.20Irving Berlin's This is the ArmyDramaFilm adaptationsScreen adaptation of the stage play that raised nearly $2 million for Army Emergency Relief. Features real-life GIs in a tale of a father and son who put on a show before the son marches off to war563ocn050617696rcrd20020.26Rodgers, RichardThe boys from Syracuse London cast recording439ocn031926649rcrd19470.15Rapp, PhilipThe best of the BickersonsRadio programs12 classic comedy sketches as originally broadcast on NBC's Old Gold Show and Drene Time411ocn182760657visu20050.16Musicals 20 movie pack402ocn003323025rcrd19740.66Hooray for Hollywood original soundtrack recording402ocn759039856file20090.77Porter, ColeCole Porter, Easy To Love131ocn010531509score19320.70Coots, J. FredHere's hopingPortraitsPopular music41ocn318925333score19350.50Brown, Nacio HerbYou are my lucky starPortraits31ocn060315803score19350.63Brown, Nacio HerbBroadway rhythm : featured in the M-G-M production "Broadway Melody of 1936" /lyric by Arthur Freed ; music by Nacio Herb BrownBiographyPortraitsMusicPictorial works31ocn883908169file20140.47Cox, BonnieFrances Langford : 94 success facts : everything you need to knowBiographyMiscellanea21ocn022923533rcrd19590.47Langford, FrancesFrances Langford presents a Rexall TV specialInterviews21ocn713846929book20080.10Henry, CharlesWill I ever knowFiction+-+174572789632411ocn840403203bookCorff, MeyerMeyer Corff collectionPhotographsArchivesThe Meyer Corff collection documents his service in the United States (U.S.) Army Reserves in the 1930s and in the Regular U.S. Army during World War II. Photographs of training in the 1930s and of Corff's service in the Canal Zone, Panama during 1942 are the bulk of the collection. The training photographs were taken at Carlisle Barracks and Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania, and include a soldier on a motorcycle and map reconnaissance training. The photographs from World War II include images of Fort Sherman, Panama; soldiers in the jungle; a group of soldiers holding a large snake; and recreational activities, including Bob Hope and Frances Langford on stage. A photograph postcard of a U.S. Army unit in Florida that was sent to Betty Corff in June 1941 and a couple of orders issued to Meyer Corff in December 1945 and January 1946 are included in the collection. Corff's oversize retirement certificate from the U.S. Army is in a separate box11ocn029500963score1.00Calloway, Cab[SongsMusic11ocn653507596mix1.00Morton, Hugh MHugh Morton photographs and films: World War IIPhotographsSeries 7 consists of approximately 575 still images documenting Hugh Morton's World War II service as a combat motion picture photographer with the 161st Signal Photo Company in the Pacific Islands. Images date from the period between Morton's fall 1942 enlistment and his discharge in March 1945 after being injured in the Battle of Luzon, Philippines. Included are combat scenes (most/all from the Battle of Balete Pass, Luzon in early 1945), military operations, soldier portraits, and Pacific Islands indigenous peoples and scenery. Locations in the Pacific are largely unidentified but include New Caledonia (where he was assigned to cover U.S.O. performers Bob Hope, Patty Thomas, Jerry Colonna, and Frances Langford); Bougainville (Papua New Guinea); Guadalcanal; and Luzon, Philippines. Also includes images of military training at Camp Davis in Holly Ridge, N.C11ocn503562015visu19590.10Bob Hope back from Alaska yule tourPhotograph caption dated December 29, 1959 reads, "Hope Back From Alaska Yule Tour. "Just dropped in to thaw out," was Bob Hope's first comment as he returned from his eighth annual Christmas season tour to Alaska military bases. With Hope, bottom row, are Frances Langford, Patti Thomas and Jayne Mansfield, and top row, Skinny Ennis and Jerry Colonna. To greet Hope when he landed at Lockheed Air Terminal was his dog, Recession, center11ocn841574538mix0.47Whittier, Raymond WRaymond W. Whittier papersHistoryPhotographsRecords and correspondencePapers, scrapbook, photo album, photograph and moving images (transferred onto DVD) from Col. Raymond W. Whittier, of the 38th Evacuation Unit, from 1942 to 194611ocn084902376mix1999Strossman, RaymondOral history interview with Raymond StrossmanPersonal narratives AmericanStrossman talks about his World War II service with the Army Air Force in the Pacific theater as a member of the 400th Bomb Squad, 90th Bomb Group, 5th Air Force. He mentions basic training at Greensboro (North Carolina), radio school, serving as a radio instructor, volunteering for overseas duty, and gunnery school at Yuma (Arizona). Strossman discusses crew assignment, bombing runs in a B24 aircraft, and the differences between a B27 and B17. Stationed at Mindoro Island, he mentions flying in group formation, bombing Hong Kong, encounters with anti-aircraft fire, and the mission where his unit lost a plane. Strossman comments on rest and relaxation in Australia, seeing Bob Hope and Frances Langford in a USO show, and ship ride back to the United States11ocn122687054mix1.00United Service Organizations (U.S.)Camp Shows Publicity RecordsThe USO Camp Show Publicity Records consist of reports, clippings, posters and photographs for the years 1941 through 195511ocn826898919book1.00Frances Lanford in "Sailor life"Comic books, strips, etc11ocn423255423visu19621.00[Bob Hope show entertaining at Ascom and Korea. Hearst vault material, HVMc5743r2, 198523]"The Bob Hope show was shown to all members of Inchon Korea and Ascom area soldiers. During the Hope entertainment more than 2000 soldiers (American) who attend"--Hearst index card. Includes footage of Jerry Colonna, Frances Langford, Anita Bryant11ocn713847803book20110.10Henry, CharlesLost in the spellFiction+-+757302789632411ocn432692996mix1.00Berger, BenjaminBenjamin Berger photograph and testimonyPhotographsPersonal narratives JewishPersonal narratives AmericanTestimony: "In the Philippines, I experienced many bombings that were extremely frightening. I received various medals for my service at home and overseas. In Hawaii, Bob Hope and Frances Langford came to entertain the troops, a truly memorable experience for me and everyone else. While in Hawaii I attended a Passover Seder and service, where I was honored with an aliyah. This reminded me of past holidays when I went to the synagogue with my family. While I was gone, I corresponded with my parents in Yiddish. They sent me packages and prayed for my return."+-+1435465206324+-+1435465206324Thu Oct 16 15:05:35 EDT 2014batch32535