He was great. I believe he released on album on Decca in the 1960's. It is no longer in their catalog. I saw him with his orchestra at the Chicago Auto Show in 1968. He was wonderful. My Dad believes that in his later years he lived in the Chicago area. I can not prove this however. His birth name was Luigi Calabrese. Not sure of the spelling but something similar to this. On Amazon.com there's a listing for What's the Good Word,Mr. Bluebird, and the cover page has a pgoto of Lou Breese.
Lou R. Shackleton has written: 'Sand pictures'
are there any pictures of ex wives ofLou Gramm
Lou Gehrig's disease is the more common name for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a fatal neuromuscular disease which took the life of famous American Baseball player Lou Gehrig. Lou was famous in the 1920's and 30's and had a long and unbeatable record in the game. There is an ALS Association which can provide detailed information on the condition.
There probably is if you know one of their siblings.
Mary Lou Goodyear has written: 'Information and democracy' -- subject(s): Democracy, Government policy, Information policy, Information services, Political aspects, Political aspects of Information services
All Posters provides a fairly vast database of vintage, old school baseball pictures. Some notable examples are Babe Ruth, Joe Dimaggio, and Lou Gehrig in classic black and white photos.
Jean-Lou Alexandre has written: 'Les cousins des tricheurs' -- subject(s): History, Motion pictures, New wave films
A Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig dual signed photo is worth about $7,000. -$15,000. Price will vary based on condition, and the type of authenticity that accompanies the signatures. Photo composition, and how well the photo displays the signatures will also effect the price. Larger and more desired pictures could sell for more. Signatures that have not been properly authenticated could sell at half the market value or less. Each of the two pictures should be valued on it's own merrit. A Lou Gehrig autographed photo (with his wife) would be in worth in the $5,000. range.In a recent auction a Babe Ruth Lou Gehrig dual signed photo sold for $16,730.
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Under the Mary Lou! Which was named after Sams Donkey :)
A Lou Gehrig Memorial Ticket Stub from July 4th 1941 is worth between $500.-$750. Condition is very important. A stub in near/mint condition could sell for more. On June 2, 1941 Lou Gehrig succumbed to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis at age 37. One month later, on July 4th, a special memorial was held at Yankee Stadium where Lou Gehrig's immortal number "4" was retired forever. A full ticket from this game will sell for $4,000 and up. See Related Links below for more information and pictures of the Lou Gehrig Day Ticket stub
Lou Henry goes by Lou, and Lou Henry.
"Lou Lou have one boyfriend, his name was Diamond Dick, Some girls love his Diamond but Lou Lou loves his - Bang Bang Lou Lou, Lou Lous gone away Whos gonna do the bang bang when Lou Lous gone away? Now Lou Lou have two boyfreinds, one was very rich One was a son of a banker and the other was son of a - Bang Bang Lou Lou, Lou Lous gone away Whos gonna do the bang bang when Lou Lous gone away? Lou Lou have another boyfriend, his name was Tommy Tucker He took her to the drive-in to see if he could - Bang Bang Lou Lou, Lou Lous gone away Whos gonna do the bang bang when Lou Lous gone away?"
The Lou Gehrig card is a very hard card to find maybe around $100
Lou Albano went by Loud Lou, and Captain Lou.
The cast of The Shooting of Dan McGrew - 1915 includes: Kathryn Adams as Lou Maxwell Edmund Breese as Jim Maxwell Evelyn Brent as Nell (adult) Ordean Stark as Nell Maxwell (child) Harry the Dog Man as himself
Lor Lou Lala L.A. Lou la Belle Lou Lou
"Lou" is a Scottish form of " love" or "lover".
Sandra Lou goes by Lou.
Lou Gorman went by Lou.
It depends: Lou Ellen and I went to church. The pastor spoke to Lou Ellen and me.
Lou Fossessca goes by Lou Fossessca.
Lou Hudson goes by Sweet Lou.
Lou Whitaker goes by Sweet Lou.
Lou Charles goes by Big Lou.