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Marin (Sailor) - Petula Clark
Petula clark in Marin.
Marin is the French version of Werner Scharfenberger and Fini Busch's Seemann (Deine Heimat ist das Meer), that became an international hit in the 1959 version by Austrian pop singer Lolita. In 1961, Petula Clark recorded the English version Sailor (Your Home Is the Sea) that reached the n. 1 on the U.K. chart. In the same year, Marin reached the n. 2 on the French chart.
Tweedle-Dee - Freddie Bell and Roberta Linn
Roberta Linn and Freddie Bell in Tweedle-Dee.
Roberta Linn was a regular performer in Las Vegas: she began as one of the Lawrence Welk's Champagne Ladies in 1949. Freddie Bell and the Bellboys were an influential group in the development of rock and roll in the 1950s. Roberta Linn married Freddie Bell in 1961.
L'école est finie - Sheila
Sheila in L'école est finie (1963).
Sheila's L'école est finie reached the n. 1 on the French chart in 1963.
Under Paris Skies (Sous le ciel de Paris) - Jane Morgan...
Jane Morgan in Under Paris Skies.
Hubert Giraud and Jean Dréjac's Sous le ciel de Paris was written for Julien Duvivier's drama with the same title (1951). It was first sung by French actor and singer Jean Bretonnière in this movie.
People - June Valli
June Valli in People.
Jule Styne and Bob Merril's People was written for the Broadway musical Funny Girl (1964), starring Barbra Streisand, who first sung this song. The June Valli's version is included in her LP Today (Audio Fidelity, 1968).
The Other Side of the Tracks - Barbara McNair...
Barbara McNair in The Other Side of the Tracks (1966).
Barbara McNair's The Other Side of the Tracks is included in her LP I Enjoy Being a Girl (Warner Bros., 1966), that also includes The Best Is Yet To Come and Irma La Douce.
Magazine ad for Scopitone juke-boxes, featuring Ellen and Alice Kessler.
Scopitone was a juke-box that featured a 16 mm. projector and a 26-inch color screen, produced by French company Cameca. The first model (ST16) was introduced at the Foire de Paris in May 1960 and distributed from 1961.