James V. Monaco


Biography

Filmography

 

Music (Feature Film)

The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005)
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Sphere (1998)
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Larger Than Life (1996)
Song ("You Made Me Love You")
Radioland Murders (1994)
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Book of Love (1990)
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Bye Bye Blues (1989)
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Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
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The Seven Little Foys (1955)
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Love Me or Leave Me (1955)
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The Eddie Cantor Story (1954)
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Jolson Sings Again (1950)
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I'll Get By (1950)
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Two Weeks with Love (1950)
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Cheaper by the Dozen (1950)
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You're My Everything (1949)
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Three Daring Daughters (1948)
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When My Baby Smiles at Me (1948)
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The Jolson Story (1947)
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The Last Round-Up (1947)
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Johnny Comes Flying Home (1946)
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Three Little Girls in Blue (1946)
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The Dolly Sisters (1945)
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Nob Hill (1945)
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Incendiary Blonde (1945)
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The Merry Monahans (1944)
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Irish Eyes Are Smiling (1944)
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Sweet and Low-Down (1944)
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Pin Up Girl (1944)
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Follow the Band (1943)
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Stage Door Canteen (1943)
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Private Buckaroo (1942)
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Springtime in the Rockies (1942)
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There's Magic in Music (1941)
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Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga (1941)
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Week-End in Havana (1941)
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Road to Singapore (1940)
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Rhythm on the River (1940)
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If I Had My Way (1940)
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Charter Pilot (1940)
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The Star Maker (1939)
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East Side of Heaven (1939)
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Sing You Sinners (1938)
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Doctor Rhythm (1938)
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Broadway Melody of 1938 (1937)
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The Jazz Singer (1927)
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Music (Special)

Cincinnati Pops Holiday: Big Band New Year's Eve (1997)
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Life Events

Videos

Movie Clip

Pin Up Girl (1944) - Don't Carry Tales Out Of School Miffed New York night club star Molly (Martha Raye) calls Lorry (Betty Grable, with pal Dorothea Kent, from Missouri) on her claim she starred in a just-closed Broadway show, so owner Joe E. Brown introduces her for a number by James V. Monaco and Mack Gordon, in Pin Up Girl, 1944.
Pin Up Girl (1944) - Once Too Often Now a New York star in her own right, Betty Grable (who plays a Missouri gal named Lorry) in a sexier number choreographed-by and featuring Hermes Pan, the song another original by James V. “Jimmy” Monaco and Mack Gordon, in Pin Up Girl, 1944.
Tender Comrade (1943) - You Made Me Love You Speedy path to a flashback getting top-billed Ginger Rogers, as Southern California wartime factory gal Jo, into a sexy outfit (with three, maybe four-inch heels in the back yard!), recalling the proposal by now-deployed Chris (Robert Ryan), in the home-front drama Tender Comrade. 1943.
Starlift (1951) - Ruth Roman, You're Gonna Lose Your Gal Two Air Force guys outside a San Francisco theater where movie stars will be attending a premiere, the sergeant (Dick Wesson) wants the corporal (Ron Hagerthy) to claim to know a fictional movie star, whereupon they meet Ruth Roman, Doris Day and Gordon MacRae, in the Warner Bros. Korean War morale booster Starlift, 1951.
Sing You Sinners (1938) - Don't Let That Moon Get Away Bing Crosby is nearly ne’er-do-well brother Joe, quite innocently escorting his older brother’s fianceè (Ellen Drew) at a night club where the band leader (Harry Barris) coaxes him into a song, an original by John Burke and James V. Monaco, in Paramount’s Sing You Sinners, 1938.
Sing You Sinners (1938) - I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams Fred MacMurray, who got his start as a singer and sax player, as oldest brother Dave, reluctantly joins Joe (Bing Crosby), who has no regular job but who got the gig, young Donald O’Connor completing the brother-act, tune by John Burke and James V. Monaco, in Paramount’s Sing You Sinners, 1938.
Love Me or Leave Me (1955) - You Made Me Love You Singer Ruth Etting (Doris Day) makes her debut in a house packed by Chicago gangster Marty Snyder (James Cagney), Cameron Mitchell her pianist, his rival, songs by James Monaco and Joseph McCarthy, Rube Bloom and Ted Koehler, in the fact-based Love Me or Leave Me, 1955.
Pin Up Girl (1944) - We're In Musical Comedy Navy hero Tommy (John Harvey) and pal Dud (Dave Willock) are the toast of New York, greeted by Eddie (Joe E. Brown) at his night club, not knowing Lorry and Kay (Betty Grable, Dorothea Kent) have fibbed to get his table, Martha Raye with an original song by James V. Monaco and Mack Gordon, in Pin Up Girl, 1944.
Funny Lady (1975) - I Found A Million Dollar Baby The Atlantic City preview of a show by her future husband Billy Rose (James Caan, not seen), Carole Wells among performers having trouble, Barbra Streisand as Fanny Brice, in a famous setting by designer George Jenkins, with a song by Harry Warren, Mort Dixon and Rose, in Funny Lady, 1975.
Incendiary Blonde (1945) - Row, Row, Row Now the toast of New York, night club hostess Texas Guinan (Betty Hutton) with her famous greeting and Row, Row, Row by James V. Monaco and William Jerome, in Paramount's bio-pic Incendiary Blonde, 1945.

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