Difference between revisions of "Bongo White"

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From the TV series ''[http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0050051/combined Perry Mason]'' (09/30/1961).
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Jazz musician who checked into a Vegas hotel with underage Midge Courtland in the "[https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0673337/reference The Case of the Missing Melody]" episode of courtroom drama TV series [https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050051/reference Perry Mason] (first aired 30 Sept. 1961). Garsh, I wonder what instrument he plays?
  
[[Category:Perry Mason|White, Bongo]]
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White works for [[Eddy King]].
[[Category:1961|White, Bongo]]
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Played by Bobby Troup, a real jazz musician who composed the song "Route 66," a big hit in 1946.
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[[Category:1961|King, Eddy]]
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[[Category:Perry Mason|King, Eddy]]
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[[Category:Jazz|King, Eddy]]

Latest revision as of 07:53, 2 October 2019

Jazz musician who checked into a Vegas hotel with underage Midge Courtland in the "The Case of the Missing Melody" episode of courtroom drama TV series Perry Mason (first aired 30 Sept. 1961). Garsh, I wonder what instrument he plays?

White works for Eddy King.

Played by Bobby Troup, a real jazz musician who composed the song "Route 66," a big hit in 1946.