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When Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen began their collaboration in 1940, Mercer, like Arlen, had several substantial film songs to his credit, among them `` Hooray For Hollywood '', `` Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride '', `` Have You Got Any Castles, Baby??
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When and Johnny
When Harold Arlen returned to California in the winter of 1944, it was to take up again a collaboration with Johnny Mercer, begun some years before.
*" When Johnny Comes Marching Home " ( sometimes " When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again ") is a popular song of the American Civil War that expressed people's longing for the return of their friends and relatives who were fighting in the war.
The Irish anti-war song " Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye " and " When Johnny Comes Marching Home " share the same melodic material.
Based on internal textual references, " Johnny I Hardly Knew Ye " apparently dates from the early 1820s, while When Johnny Comes Marching Home was first published in 1863.
When Leo's Italian up-and-coming rival Johnny Caspar ( Polito ) announces his intentions to kill bookie Bernie Bernbaum ( Turturro ), Leo goes against Tom's advice and extends his protection to Bernie.
For example, consider the references to the use of a Dobro guitar on songs like " The Ballad of Curtis Loew " by Lynyrd Skynyrd, " Valium Waltz " by the Old 97's, " When Papa Played the Dobro " by Johnny Cash on the Ride This Train album, or " Gold Dust Woman ", a song by Fleetwood Mac from the album Rumours which features a a Dobro.
When Uncle Remus returns to the plantation with the children, Sally meets them on the way and is angry at Johnny for not having attended his own birthday party.
She sang " When October Goes " – lyrics by Johnny Mercer and music by Barry Manilow ( after Mercer's death ) – from Manilow's 1984 album 2: 00 AM Paradise Cafe, and discussed what an excellent musician Manilow was.
When Elvis Presley walked in unexpectedly, Johnny Cash was called into the studio by Phillips, leading to an impromptu session featuring the four musicians.
When the brothers were younger, Johnny got a clarinet from his father but Baby did not get a drum even though he asked for one.
When Joe Oliver hired Baby and Johnny saw how much Baby ’ s talent as a drummer had grown, however, Johnny changed his mind.
When he died in January 1998, his funeral, held in the chapel of Lambuth University, was attended by musicians including Ricky Skaggs, Johnny Rivers, Wynonna Judd, Sam Phillips, Jerry Lee Lewis, Rufus Thomas, Garth Brooks and George Harrison.
When Johnny Carson later tried to congratulate McQueen for the jump during a broadcast of The Tonight Show, McQueen said, " It wasn't me.
Several songs in Babes in Arms became pop standards, including the title song ; " Where or When "; " My Funny Valentine "; " The Lady Is a Tramp "; " Johnny One Note " and " I Wish I Were in Love Again ".
In December 2005, a recordings of this performance was released as part of double A side single, credited as " G4 feat Robin Gibb " together with G4's cover version of the Johnny Mathis song " When a Child is Born ".
When LaMotta returned, he knocked out his first two opponents, Johnny Pretzie ( TKO 4 ) and Al McCoy ( KO 1 ), but a split decision loss afterwards to Billy Kilgore convinced him to finally retire.
When and Mercer
When he was fifteen John H. Mercer turned out his first song, a jazzy little thing he called `` Sister Susie, Strut Your Stuff ''.
When he remembered that he might have not signed the check, Mercer made out another for the same amount, instructing the bank to destroy the other -- especially if he had happened to have absent-mindedly signed both of them.
When the family business failed, Mercer left school and on his mother's urging -- for she hoped that he would become an actor -- he joined a local little theater group.
When the troupe traveled to New York to participate in a one-act-play competition -- and won -- Mercer, instead of returning with the rest of the company in triumph, remained in New York.
When he heard that Paul Whiteman was looking for singers to replace the Rhythm Boys, Mercer applied and got the job, `` not for my voice, I'm sure, but because I could write songs and material generally ''.
When Mercer looked on helplessly, the half-man twisted over on his side, his pink dusty back turned to Mercer, and wept hoarsely and quietly to himself.
When he said it, they thought it exceedingly profound, though none of them understood it, since it was simply the amount of time that Mercer had been on Shayol:
When both towers collapsed during the September 11 attacks in 2001, ten employees died ; one on American Airlines Flight 11, and nine others ( Thomas F. Swift, Wesley Mercer, Jennifer de Jesus, Joseph DiPilato, Nolbert Salomon, Godwin Forde, Steve R. Strauss, Lindsay C. Herkness, Albert Joseph, Jorge Velazquez, Titus Davidson, and Charles Laurencin ) in the towers, including Security Director Rick Rescorla.
When Mawhood learned that Mercer was in his rear and moving to join Sullivan, Mawhood detached part of the 55th Regiment to join the 40th Regiment in the town and then moved the rest of the 55th, the 17th, fifty cavalry and two artillery pieces to attack Mercer.
Hamida Djandoubi's life story is told in the book When the Guillotine Fell, written by Canadian author Jeremy Mercer.
When Mercer hosted a relief benefit concert for the victims of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami at the Pengrowth Saddledome in Calgary, musical guests Barenaked Ladies appeared in a segment Mercer shot backstage completely naked.
When the White Dino Ranger appears, Tommy's dedication to saving the lives of innocents seems to give Tommy cause to show no mercy to him, even after he discovers that the White Dino Ranger is Trent Mercer.
When Mercer and the East India Trading Company soldiers attack Sao Feng's bathhouse, Feng strikes a secret bargain with Will — Jack Sparrow in exchange for the Black Pearl.
When black abolitionist leader John Mercer Langston urged the governor to enlist African-American soldiers to help the state fill its draft quotas, Tod responded sharply, saying, " Do you not know, Mr. Langston, that this is a white man's government ; that white men are able to defend and protect it?
When and Harold
When enough time had elapsed so that there was little likelihood of his returning for something he had forgotten, Harold went out into the hall and stood looking into one room after another.
When they got home Harold was grateful for the stillness in the apartment, and thought how, under different circumstances, they might have stayed on here, in these old-fashioned, high-ceilinged rooms that reminded him of the Irelands' apartment in the East Eighties.
Other views of God affirmed by members of the Conservative movement include Kabbalistic mysticism ; Hasidic panentheism ( neo-Hasidism, Jewish Renewal ); limited theism ( as in Harold Kushner's When Bad Things Happen to Good People ); and organic thinking in the fashion of Alfred North Whitehead and Charles Hartshorne, also known as process theology ( such as Rabbis Max Kaddushin, William E. Kaufman, or Bradley Shavit Artson ).
When the police came to his house, Harold watched as they told his mother that he had died in the fire, and saw her collapse into the policemen's arms.
When The Committee disbanded in 1972, Three major companies were formed: The Pitchell Players, The Wing, and Improvisation Inc, Improv, Inc. being the only company continuing to perform Del ’ s “ Original ” Harold.
When Jardine was appointed England's captain for the 1932 – 33 English tour of Australia, a meeting was arranged with Nottinghamshire captain Arthur Carr and his two fast bowlers Harold Larwood and Bill Voce at London's Piccadilly Hotel to discuss a plan to combat Bradman's extraordinary skills.
When, in 1974, Labour returned to office under Harold Wilson, Foot became Secretary of State for Employment.
Jewish variations of process theology are also presented in Harold Kushner's When Bad Things Happen to Good People ( New York: Anchor Books, 2004, ISBN 1-4000-3472-8 ) and Sandra B. Lubarsky and David Ray Griffin, eds., Jewish Theology and Process Thought ( Albany: State University of New York Press, 1995, ISBN 0-7914-2810-9 ).
When Godwin died in 1053, Harold succeeded him as Earl of Wessex ( the southernmost third of England ).
When the Witenagemot convened the next day, they selected Harold to succeed, and his coronation followed on 6 January, most likely held in Westminster Abbey, however there is no surviving evidence from the time to confirm this.
When Tostig asked what his brother Harold would be willing to give Harald Hardrada for his trouble, the rider replied that he would be given seven feet of ground as he was taller than other men.
When Edward died in 1066 he was succeeded by Harold Godwinson, who was defeated and killed in the same year by the Normans under William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings.
When he was not debunking literary conventions he was often explaining them, as with the early " Harold Shea " stories co-written with Fletcher Pratt, in which the magical premises behind a number of bodies of myths and legends were accepted as a given but examined and elucidated in terms of their own systems of inherent logic.
When he died in 1053, Godwin was succeeded as Earl of Wessex ( including Sussex ) by his son Harold, who had previously been Earl of East Anglia.
When Hugh Gaitskell died in January 1963, Callaghan ran to succeed him but came third and the leadership contest was won by Harold Wilson.
When Menzies ' successor, Harold Holt, was officially presumed dead on 19 December 1967, the Governor-General Lord Casey sent for McEwen and he was sworn in as Prime Minister, on the understanding that his commission would continue only so long as it took for the Liberals to elect a new leader.
When Harold finishes his shift, he sees an old friend from his hometown who is now a policeman walking the beat.
When Harold L. Johnson took over as the director in 1952, the stated objective became to focus on light from the Sun reflecting from Uranus and Neptune.
When Maple Leafs owner Harold Ballard found out about the deal, he offered Henderson the same contract, but without a signing bonus.
When the ' Eurosceptic ' Party Chairman, Brian Mawhinney, ( allegedly ) briefed against him, on one occasion, Clarke memorably declared: " Tell your kids to get their scooters off my lawn " – an allusion to Harold Wilson's rebuke of trade union leader Hugh Scanlon in the late 1960s.
When his wife then calls demanding to know why he is late for the Harold Pinter play, he tries to call Vicky, but is unable to reach her.