The Townsmen - (Gloria's Theme) From "Butterfield 8" / You're Having The Last Dance With Me album FLAC
Gloria visits a childhood friend, pianist Steve Carpenter (Eddie Fisher), who chastises her for wasting her life on one-night stands but agrees to ask his girlfriend Norma (Susan Oliver) to lend her a dress. When Gloria returns home, she confesses to her mother about having been the "slut of all time" but declares that that is all over now since she is truly in love. Gloria visits her psychiatrist Dr. Tredman (George Voskovec) to insist that her relationship with Liggett has cured her of promiscuity. For his part, Liggett also plans to change his life, taking up Bing's offer of a job at the law firm. When he returns home, Emily has noticed that her mink is gone.
Having been restored and remastered from the original photo professionally produced in a photo lab, not an inkjet or computer copy. Posters/Photos are sold from one collector to another no rights are implied or given. Elizabeth Taylor was unflatteringly cast as a high-class call girl in ‘Butterfield 8’, a film she loathed but which nonetheless won her an Oscar. She believed that its success had less to do with her acting than a sympathy vote after she suffered a near-fatal illness in 1961. That May, Elizabeth and Eddie Fisher attended a performance by Frank Sinatra at The Sands nightclub in Las Vegas. According to Peter Brown and Patte Barham in ‘Marilyn: The Last Take’, Monroe had been campaigning to play the Egyptian queen for years. Moreover, the film was being made at her home studio, Twentieth Century Fox.
Elizabeth Taylor You can see where people said her eyes were violet. So many pictures have her eye color a variation of blue. Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was considered one of the last, if not the last, major star to have come out of the old Hollywood studio system. She was known internationally for her beauty, especially for. Geraldine Johnson. One for Butterfield 8 and for Whos Afraid of Virginia Woolf? An extraordinary woman who lived life to the fullest, with great passion, humor and love. Elizabeth Taylor, fought to find a cure for Aids victims when not many actors would and devoted much of her life to her favourite charities.
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|A||(Gloria's Theme) from "Butterfield 8"
Arranged By – Ed RedmanProducer – Ed TownsendWritten-By – Kaper*, David*
|B||You're Having The Last Dance With Me
Arranged By – Ed RedmanProducer – Ed TownsendWritten-By – Pomus-Shuman
- Manufactured By – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Recorded By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
Notes"Promotion Not For Sale" on both labels
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 45-L-4002-2C
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 45-L-4001-2C
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): L.4002
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): L.4001
- Other (Original US Category): USA E 503
|E-503||The Townsmen||(Gloria's Theme) From "Butterfield 8" / You're Having The Last Dance With Me! (Save The Last Dance For Me) (7")||Event||E-503||US||1960|