The Fabulous Dorseys DVD

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The story of the life and careers of Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey. Features the tracks 'Marie' 'Green Eyes' 'I'm Getting Sentimental Over You' 'Dorsey Concerto' 'Object Of My Affections' and many more.

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Released
28 June 2004
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Dd Home Entertainment 
Classification
Runtime
85 minutes 
Features
Black & White, PAL 
Barcode
5019322063360 
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The life story of Mr. Trombone and Mr. Sax, two brothers who attained fame and stardom together and went onto greater individual success following the break-up of their orchestra before the death of their father reunites them once again.

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 (Europe) or region Free DVD Player in order to play The Gentleman of Swing and The World&39;s Greatest Saxophonist play themselves in this extraordinary musical film biography of Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey A superb visual record of the Dorsey Brothers and their music the film is packed with some of the brothers most celebrated musical numbers including Marie Green Eyes Never Say Never and The Object of My Affections

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