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Still Shot From 1940 Movie 'Mystery In Swing'-Four Toppers Still Shot From 1940 Movie 'Mystery In Swing'-Four Toppers Still Shot From 1940 Movie 'Mystery In Swing'-Four Toppers
Above: Clip from 1940 Movie: "Mystery In Swing" featuring The Four Toppers, who sing "Jump, The Water's Fine" and "Let's Go To A Party". The Four Toppers included Jimmy Springs and Steve Gibson who were both members of The Five Red Caps.

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Still Shot From 1948 Movie 'Miracle In Harlem'-Savannah Churchill Still Shot From 1948 Movie 'Miracle In Harlem'-Savannah Churchill Still Shot From 1948 Movie 'Miracle In Harlem'-Savannah Churchill
Above: Clip from 1948 Movie: "Miracle In Harlem" featuring Savannah Churchill, who sings "I Want To Be Loved". The group backing her in the movie is The Lynn Proctor Trio.

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Still Shot From 1947 Movie 'Boy! What A Girl'-Pat Best Still Shot From 1947 Movie 'Boy! What A Girl'-Deek Watson Still Shot From 1947 Movie 'Boy! What A Girl'-Jimmy Nabbie Still Shot From 1947 Movie 'Boy! What A Girl'-Jimmy Gordon
Above: Clips from 1947 Movie: "Boy! What A Girl" introducing Deek Watson and his Brown Dots, who sing "Just In Case You Change Your Mind" (released on Manor 1015 in 1945). In the movie, they also sing "Satchelmouth Baby" (released on Manor 1026 in 1945).

Clips are (L-R) Pat Best, Deek Watson, Jimmy Nabbie, Jimmy Gordon.

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Still Shot From 1941 Movie 'The Great American Broadcast'-Ink Spots Still Shot From 1941 Movie 'The Great American Broadcast'-Bill Kenny/Hoppy Jones Still Shot From 1941 Movie 'The Great American Broadcast'-Deek Watson Still Shot From 1941 Movie 'The Great American Broadcast'-Ink Spots
Above: Clips from 1941 Movie: "The Great American Broadcast" featuring The Ink Spots, who sing "I've Got A Bone To Pick With You" (never commercially released on record). In the movie, they also sing "If I Didn't Care" and "Alabamy Bound".

Clips are (L-R) Group, Bill Kenny/Hoppy Jones, Deek Watson, Group. Group shots are Deek Watson, Bill Kenny, Hoppy Jones and Charlie Fuqua. Ace Harris is playing the piano.

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Still Shot From 1942 Movie 'Pardon My Sarong'-Ink Spots Still Shot From 1942 Movie 'Pardon My Sarong'-Bill Kenny Still Shot From 1942 Movie 'Pardon My Sarong'-Hoppy Jones Still Shot From 1942 Movie 'Pardon My Sarong'-Deek Watson
Above: Clips from 1942 Movie: "Pardon My Sarong" featuring The Ink Spots, who sing "Do I Worry?". In the movie, they also sing "Shout, Brother, Shout". Two other of their songs cut from the final film were "Java Jive" and "Someone's Rocking My Dreamboat".

Clips are (L-R) Deek Watson/Bill Kenny/Hoppy Jones/Charlie Fuqua, Bill Kenny, Hoppy Jones, Deek Watson.

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Last Updated: 10/20/01




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