Buddy Bregman


About

Birth Place
Chicago, Illinois, USA
Born
July 09, 1950

Biography

Buddy Bregman worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Bregman kicked off his entertainment career with features in films like the crime flick "Accused of Murder" (1956) with David Brian, "The Delicate Delinquent" (1957) and the adventure "Guns, Girls and Gangsters" (1958) with Mamie Van Doren. In the fifties and the eighties, Bregman devoted his time to variou...

Biography

Buddy Bregman worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Bregman kicked off his entertainment career with features in films like the crime flick "Accused of Murder" (1956) with David Brian, "The Delicate Delinquent" (1957) and the adventure "Guns, Girls and Gangsters" (1958) with Mamie Van Doren. In the fifties and the eighties, Bregman devoted his time to various credits, such as "Born Reckless" (1959) and "Step Down to Terror" with Colleen Miller (1959). Bregman's music was most recently featured in the Simon Pegg romantic comedy "Run, Fat Boy, Run" (2008). Bregman had a number of different projects under his belt in the eighties through the early 2000s, including "Fraud Squad" (ABC, 1984-85), "Pros and Cons" (ABC, 1985-86) and "The Bold and the Beautiful" (CBS, 1986-2015). His credits also expanded to "Anita O'Day: The Life of a Jazz Singer" (2008).

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Movie Clip

Born Reckless (1958) - Title Tune, Boy Scout The never famous San Antonio rocker Johnny Olenn, on a rare Fender tenor electric guitar, leads with the title song, then leading man Jeff Richards turns down a rodeo tootsie (Asa Maynor) and visits sidekick "Cool Man" (Arthur Hunnicutt), opening the Mamie Van Doren vehicle Born Reckless, 1958.
Born Reckless (1958) - He Believes In The Siesta Jackie (Mamie Van Doren) reprises the title song for rodeo rider and maybe-boyfriend Kelly (Jeff Richards, with sidekick Arthur Hunnicutt), en route to visit his Latin virtual family led by "Papa" (Nacho Galindo, Allegra Varron as "Mama," Ray Beltran "Grandfather,"), in Born Reckless, 1958.
Born Reckless (1958) - Home Type Of Girl Introduced by rocker Johnny Olenn, Mamie Van Doren as trick rider and, it turns out, also singer, "Jackie," with an original novelty number by Buddy Bregman and Sammy Styne, then hassled by a boozy rodeo reporter (Tom Dugan), early in Born Reckless, 1958.
Guns, Girls And Gangsters (1958) - Clear The Decks Lee Van Cleef is the villain watching from outside and Gerald Mohr, though he's a crook himself, is the object of the affection of "Vi" (Mamie Van Doren), performing her second original tune in the picture, at a New Year's party, in Guns, Girls And Gangsters, 1958.
Guns, Girls And Gangsters (1958) - Singing Bombshell Narration guides ex-con Wheeler (Gerald Mohr) to the Las Vegas-area night club where the main attraction is "Vi" (top-billed Mamie Van Doren), her opening number by Buddy Bregman and Stanley Styne, early in Guns, Girls and Gangsters, 1958, directed by B-movie specialist Edward L. Cahn.

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