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Ian Whitcomb interviews Harry Warren at the songwriter's home in Southern California, 1972
Whitcomb and Warren team up to sing his 1923 song "Home in Pasadena."
Harry Warren Tributes
Academy Awards tribute to Warren with Gregory Hines and Debbie Allen singing and dancing to a medley of Warren songs including: Lullaby of Broadway/The Gold Diggers' Song (We're in the Money)/You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me/You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby/I Found a Million Dollar Baby (in a Five and Ten Cent Store)/She's a Latin from Manhattan/I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi (I Like You Very Much)/Chattanooga Choo Choo/On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe/You'll Never Know/I'll String Along with You/Shuffle Off to Buffalo/Lulu's Back in Town/Jeepers Creepers/Nagasaki/There Will Never Be Another You/Forty-Second Street")
Carol Burnett Show Harry Warren tribute with Burnett, Harvey Korman and cast and speicial guest Bernadette Peters (in two parts)
Peter Mintun performs and comments on two lesser known Warren songs.
"Too Many Tears" by Warren and Al Dubin, originally sung with gusto by Dick Powell in the 1932 movie Blessed Event. For Mintun it is Warren's most sophisticated melody.
Mintun does three versions of lyrics for Warren and Mack Gordon's 1940 Manhattan song "Fifth Avenue": The original followed by latter day parodies by Bruce Goldstein and Eric Bernhoff.
A selection of Harry Warren anthology albums from Amazon
David Ewen. American Songwriters, An H. W. Wilson Biographical Dictionary. New York: The H. W. Wilson Co., 1987 (includes 146 bios of composers and lyricists). -- a wide selection of used copies is available at abebooks.com (Warren entry, pp. 417-422).
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