The Golden Age of Hollywood



WELCOME to THE BING CROSBY fan GROUP. where the blues of the night' meets the gold of the day' someone' waits for me" as theBING used to CROON! PRESENTING for the 1ST time here, a treasure of CROSBY memories exclusively edited by Rosiey

Location: NYC
Members: 9
Latest Activity: May 12


Whoever imagined that BING CROSBY crooned & filmed
CHEVALIERS' "LOUISE" in PLEASE 1929  take 2!

see CROSBY sing MAY I '34 take2
movie mix EXCLUSIVELY music edited by Rosiey
enjoy BING CROSBY music~
ps...I wonder if JOLSON ever recorded this tune?
can YOU imagine that!!!

Listen to an ORG MOVIE SOUNDTRACK' & hear the BING" croon:
"""""""MAY I """""""" an ORG movie~soundtrack# 1 on MIX POD below,
which is my very favorites~ both on 78LPaudio & film!
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MUSIC by the BING ...listen, this is an ORG 78LP  audio'31of the BING

crooning to GRACIE ALLEN!!!


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Comment by Dave Miller on January 19, 2013 at 11:17pm

Phil Binstead has a great Bing Crosby collection to share. Check it out.

Comment by Rosieyposie7 on October 29, 2010 at 1:32pm

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