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Jeanette MacDonald Funeral - Jan. 18, 1965 (Exclusive)

Add to EJ Playlist  ABC News file footage. Nelson Eddy (along with Lauritz Melchior) was an honorary Pall Bearer. In this footage we also see family members, husband Gene Raymond, sisters Elsie and Blossom Rock (consoling great niece Nanette) Pall Bearers: Left side (front to rear): Barry Goldwater, Z. Wayne Griffin*, Gen. Lauris Norstadt; Right side (front to rear): Robert Ballard, Meredeth Willson*, Leon Ames an Lloyd Nolan* Nelson Eddy sings "I'll See You Again" *Along with Gene Raymond, these men were also Pall Bearers at Nelson Eddy's 1967 funeral. Z. Wayne Griffin was his eulogist. Warning: The video footage included here is for educational purposes only and may not be reproduced anywhere except where expressly authorized by the owners.

Nelson Eddy Funeral - March 9, 1967 (Exclusive)

Add to EJ Playlist  ABC News footage of Nelson Eddy's funeral. Gene Raymond and Lloyd Nolan are interviewed. Pall Bearers include Z. Wayne Griffin (eulogist), Meredith Willson, Gene Raymond and Lloyd Nolan. All (excluding Raymond) were also pall bearers at Jeanette MacDonald's funeral. Warning: The video footage included here is for educational purposes only and may not be reproduced anywhere except where expressly authorized by the owners.

Un Bel Di (Madame Butterfly)

Add to EJ Playlist  An operatic piece performed by Miss Jeanette MacDonald.

Jeanette MacDonald Sings - Coeur Contre Coeur

Add to EJ Playlist  Jeanette presents a French rendering of 'One Hour With You'.

Movie Legends - Jeanette MacDonald (Star)

Add to EJ Playlist  A further tribute to the popular movie soprano who brought classical music to the cinema masses..

The Great Baritone Nelson Eddy

Add to EJ Playlist  3 songs taken from Nelson's radio shows.. 1. At Dawning 2. Beautiful Dreamer 3. Where or When Photo montage is made up of sepia tone photos of this handsome and talented man!

Lover Come Back To Me (New Moon)

Add to EJ Playlist  Featuring clips of the song from the duo's 1940 musical 'New Moon'.

Jeanette MacDonald Sings - A Perfect Day/Beyond the Blue Horizon

Add to EJ Playlist  Jeanette sings two songs accompanied by images from Lugano and surrounding area in Switzerland. Colorized images by Julie Illescas.

The Merry Widow Waltz

Add to EJ Playlist  Music played by Mantovani and his Orchestra with images from the 1934 movie starring Jeanette MacDonald and Maurice Chevalier.

Movie Legends - Jeanette MacDonald (Sweetheart)

Add to EJ Playlist  Images and music from the Songstress of the Thirties and Forties.

Jeanette MacDonald Sings - Isn't It Romantic

Add to EJ Playlist  Featuring the song from Jeanette's 1932 romantic musical 'Love Me Tonight'.

Rose-Marie by Vonnie Krotts

Add to EJ Playlist  Colorized images depicting Jeanette and Nelson's 1936 musical movie 'Rose-Marie'. Images colorized by Vonnie Krotts.

Movie Legends - Jeanette MacDonald

Add to EJ Playlist  Actress and Singer of the Thirties and Forties who was one of the most influential sopranos of the 20th century. A remake of my original video tribute.

Jeanette MacDonald (Candid)

Add to EJ Playlist  Capturing some off-screen and candid moments with Jeanette.

Nelson Eddy (Candid)

Add to EJ Playlist  Featuring candid off-screen moments with Nelson Eddy accompanied by his music..

Time with Jeanette

Add to EJ Playlist  A montage of off-screen moments with Jeanette MacDonald.

Jeanette MacDonald (Portrait in Color)

Add to EJ Playlist  A special tribute with colorized images by Vonnie Krotts.

Timeless Affair

Add to EJ Playlist  A montage of Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy.

Naughty Marietta

Add to EJ Playlist  Featuring clips from Nelson and Jeanette's first film together, released in 1935

Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy: Indian Love Call

Add to EJ Playlist  Jeanette MacDonald & Nelson Eddy singing, "Indian Love Call," from the 1936 film, "Rose Marie."

Movie Legends - Jeanette MacDonald (Finale)

Add to EJ Playlist  One of the most influential singers of the 20th Century introducing grand opera to movie-going audiences.

The Incomparable Jeanette MacDonald

Add to EJ Playlist  A Loving Tribute to Jeanette MacDonald. This montage of Jeanette MacDonald was done all in color. Original color photos, Claire's art work, movie posters, magazines and Julie's, Brent's and my colorizations of publicity stills were used. Some of the photos of Jeanette are candids, publicity stills, photo's of co-star Nelson Eddy and Jeanette, movie ads and photo's of Jeanette with husband Gene Raymond. A Special thank you to three very talented people...Julie Illescas, Claire Harmon and Brent Perry for sharing their lovely art work with me! Also a Thank you to JMFC for some artwork. Jeanette sings.. 1. Songs My Mother Taught Me 2. The Holy City 3. Romeo et Juliette Je veux vivre

Movie Legends - Nelson Eddy (Finale)

Add to EJ Playlist  A further tribute to the popular classically trained baritone

Movie Legends - Nelson Eddy (Reprise)

Add to EJ Playlist  Singer and Movie Star who appeared in 19 musical films during the Thirties and Forties.

Movie Legends - Nelson Eddy & Jeanette MacDonald

Add to EJ Playlist  A tribute to the 'Singing Sweethearts' of the Thirties and Forties.

Movie Legends - Nelson Eddy

Add to EJ Playlist  Popular Singer and Movie Star of the 1930's and 40's

Jeanette MacDonald & José Iturbi- Where There's Love

Add to EJ Playlist  Jeanette MacDonald & José Iturbi- Where There's Love

"Love Me Tonight" (Jeanette MacDonald, 1932)

Add to EJ Playlist  The title song from the 1932 film musical--held by many to be the finest movie in that genre. MacDonald is at her pre-code, pre-Eddy vivacious peak here, her potent chemistry with Chevalier marks one of cinema's most beguiling romantic screen couplings. Larry Hart's lyrics; music of Richard Rodgers: LOVE ME TONIGHT There's a glistening ring Around the moon- Are you listening? It is not too soon- Let's drink deep tonight all alone, Let us keep tonight As our very own. Your heart and my heart Were made to meet. Don't make them wait- Love me tonight! Why should our lips Be afraid to meet? Love me tonight. Who knows what tomorrow brings With the morning light? Dear, I'm here With a heart that sings Love me tonight! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ More from Wiki: Love Me Tonight is a 1932 musical comedy film which tells the story of a penniless nobleman who moves a tailor to whom he owes money into his chateau and passes him off as nobility. It stars Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette MacDonald, Charles Ruggles, Charles Butterworth and Myrna Loy. It was directed by Rouben Mamoulian. The movie was adapted by Samuel Hoffenstein, George Marion Jr. and Waldemar Young from the play by Paul Armont and Léopold Marchand. It features the classic Rodgers and Hart songs "Isn't it Romantic?", "Mimi", and "Lover" (the last of these is not sung romantically as it often is in nightclubs, but comically, as Jeanette MacDonald tries to control an unruly horse that she is riding). The staging of "Isn't It Romantic?" was revolutionary for its time, combining both singing and film editing, as the song is passed from one singer (or group of singers) to another, all of whom are at different locales. In 1990, Love Me Tonight was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". Parisian tailor Maurice Courtelin (Maurice Chevalier) poses as a baron in order to collect the unpaid bills a local aristocrat (Charlie Ruggles) have been piling up. On his way to the castle, he has a confrontation with haughty Princess Jeanette (Jeanette MacDonald). When he arrives at the castle, he charms the various denizens, including Jeanette's chattering aunts and her man-hungry cousin Valentine (Myrna Loy). Jeanette is resistant towards the newcomer, but eventually falls for his charms, telling him she will love him no matter who he is or where he is. When he helps her redesign an outfit, he confesses to her that he's really a tailor. The entire household is outraged, and Maurice leaves. As he takes the train back to Paris, Jeanette realizes her mistake and follows him on horseback. He tells her to stay away, so she stands in front of the train. When the train stops, Maurice jumps out and they embrace as smoke from the train envelops them.



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