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  • Hank Jones

    Hank Jones

    One of the most tasteful and harmonically sophisticated pianists in jazz, Hank Jones created masterpieces nightly for almost seven decades as this ver... 4187 views
  • W.C. Fields

    W.C. Fields

    Excerpts from the 1933 film “International House” featuring the comedic brilliance of W.C.Fields. The female lead is Peggy Hopkins Joyce and the manag... 3741 views
  • Barney Kessel

    Barney Kessel

    From his first recordings in Los Angeles in the ‘40s (including the film Jammin’ The Blues”), Barney Kessel proved himself to be the most swinging gui... 4891 views
  • Hans Groiner

    Hans Groiner

    The innovative Austrian pianist Hans Groiner has unlocked the beauty in Thelonious Monk's music as he explains in this interview. 4502 views
  • Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson

    Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson

    Boogie Woogie greats Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson with “Boogie Woogie Dream” from a 1941 independent film of the same name which stars Teddy Wilson ... 3771 views
  • Charlie Chaplin

    Charlie Chaplin

    This classic Charlie Chaplin clip is from “The Pawn Shop” (1916), his sixth film for Mutual. Charlie is the assistant in a pawn shop where he tries to... 4045 views
  • Bunny Berigan

    Bunny Berigan

    There’s not much footage of Bunny Berigan, but here we have him soloing on “China Boy” along with Jimmy Dorsey and tenor saxophonist Hank Ross. This 1... 4144 views
  • Amos Milburn

    Amos Milburn

    One of the great singer-pianists to emerge from the very beginnings of R & B, Amos Milburn had a run of great records on Aladdin. This appearance on S... 3935 views
  • Jimmy Smith

    Jimmy Smith

    The long-rumored two-part 1965 German documentary on Jimmy Smith has surfaced. Lots of great performance and travel footage from Europe and some fasci... 4052 views
  • Django Reinhardt

    Django Reinhardt

    Although not the only surviving sound film of Django Reinhardt it is the most celebrated and the longest. Made in 1939 this documentary, along with th... 4582 views