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Before Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tom Jones, Tony Bennett or Engelbert Humperdinck ever played the stages of Vegas, there was Louis Prima. One of America’s most hypnotic and original performers, Prima’s career spanned several decades and turned out hits like “That Old Black Magic”, “Sing, Sing, Sing”, “Just a Gigolo”, “I Ain’t Got Nobody” and “Jump, Jive an’ Wail”. In Disney’s animated classic “The Jungle Book”, Prima created the “hep” voice of King Louie the orangutan. This film profiles the magnetic Louis Prima in a nostalgic historical journey through the music scenes of a racy New Orleans, the swinging jazz culture of uptown New York and Las Vegas’s “formative” years. As a solo act or with his wife, acclaimed singer Keely Smith, Louis Prima was and will forever be the “wildest” man in show business.
FEATURING: Keely Smith, Sam Butera, Gia Maione, Jimmy Vincent, Lou Sineaux, Bruce Raeburn, Will Friedwald, Leon Prima, Madelin Prima, Louis Prima Jr., Lena Prima
Never-Before-Released Interviews, Full-Length Performance Videos of “Basin Street Blues”, “Oh Babe”, and “Waitin’ on the Robert E. Lee”, Bonus Songs (audio only): “Sing, Sing, Sing”, “Robin Hood” and “Please No Squeeza Da Banana”.