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T'aimerai toujours - Dalida
Dalida in T'aimerai toujours (1962).
T'aimerai toujours is Dalida's rendition of traditional German song (in Swabian German dialect) Muß i' denn, that was written and made public by Friederich Silcher in 1827. This song was recorded by Marlene Dietrich in 1951 and became the reference for Fred Wise, Ben Weisman, Kay Twomey and Bert Kaempfert's Wooden Heart.
L'heure de la sortie - Sheila
Sheila in L'heure de la sortie (1966).
Sheila's L'heure de la sortie reached the n. 1 on the French chart in 1966.
Goldfinger - Catherine Elia
Catherine Elia in Goldfinger.
Catherine Elia's Goldfinger is included in her EP Le printemps sur la coline (Riviera, 1965).
Padam-Padam - Hanna Ahroni
Hanna Ahroni in Padam-Padam.
Norbert Glanzberg and Henri Cotet's Padam...Padam... (1951) is one of the most popular songs sung by Edith Piaf.
(Note: This short has major damage to the end.)
Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey - Della Reese...
Della Reese in Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey.
(Won't You Come Home) Bill Bailey was written by composer and pianist Hughie Cannon. It was published in 1902 and became a n. 1 hit for Arthur Collins (the King of Ragtime Singers) in the same year.
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.