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Jure and Jain Featured In Maryland Musical Clever spotting of name bands and entertainers throughout "Rev- eille with Beverly" makes the Co- lumbia musical one of the top; notch melody hits of the year, Brought on the studio lot ac various times during the creation of the film were such bands as those of Duke Ellington. Count Basie. Freddie Slack and Bob by, as well as entertainers like Prank Sinatra, the Mills Brothers, the Three Radio Rogue* and t Wilde Twins. In each case, the individual are heard in the piece for which they are the most popular. For! Instance. Count Basic's "One! O'clock Jump" has topped all ord sales in the country. There- fore, Basie and his band are seen playing the number with plenty of camera doseups of Basle a n IH.S piano playing. ' ' To give Duke Ellington's "Take the A Train" the production due it. the studio saw to it that the band plays inside an elaborate car on a streamlined limited. Studio camera crews took special pains to see to it that each standing musician in all the bands

Clipped from Cumberland Evening Times21 May 1943, FriPage 10

Cumberland Evening Times (Cumberland, Maryland)21 May 1943, FriPage 10
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