What are the features of tin pan alley?
the people who write, produce, and play popular music, or the part of a city where they work
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Tin Pan Alley moves to Hollywood . The 1920s were the golden age of the sophisticated popular song, like those of Irving Berlin and Cole Porter. Songs were put into revues without much regard for integrating the song into the plot. During the 1930s there was a shift in musical theatre from musica…l revues to musicals that used the song to further the plot, limiting the demand for the pure stand-alone song. The Tin Pan Alley (named for the cacophony of pinaos in the Manhattan area that housed the song business, which sounded like the banging of tin pans)songwriters who wrote songs followed the money. Many of the early Hollywood stars, such as Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire were veterans of these plotted Broadway and London musicals, and brought the form to Hollywood. Their songwriters and lyricists followed.. Chris Westland ( Full Answer )
Tin is a chemical element. It is often obtained from a mineral called cassiterite (SnO 2 ) and is extracted via cooking it in a furnace with carbon. It is often used as a protective coating on top of other metals (ex. tin cans [made from steel]) to protect them from rust. Symbol: Sn (from the la…tin word S ta n num ) Atomic number: 50 Mass number: 118.71 Group number: IVA/4A or 14 Period number: 5 Electron shell configuration: 1s 2 2s 2 2p 6 3s 2 3p 6 3d 10 4s 2 4p 6 4d 10 5s 2 5p 2 ( Full Answer )
A Taxpayer Identification Number, or TIN, is an identification number used by the IRS for the administration of tax laws. Some types of TINs are as follows: * Social Security Number (SSN) is a TIN for an individual person * Employer Identification Number (EIN) is a TIN for a company/corporate en…tity * Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is a TIN for individuals who do not have and do not qualify for SSNs, but must pay taxes in the US * Preparer Taxpayer Identification Number (PTIN) is a TIN for a person or company who prepares taxes on behalf of others * Adoption Taxpayer Identification Number (ATIN) is a temporary TIN for children in the process of being adopted but cannot get a SSN before taxes are due (the ATIN has been discontinued) ( Full Answer )
Will the transmission from a 1987 Ford Ranger 4x4 fit in a 1987 ford bronco both are Mitsubishi 12 bolt tin pan?
yes,if both are 2.9 motors,both are 4wd, and you are talking about the bronco2,not the full size bronco
Tin Pan Alley was the name given to a collective of songwriters andmusic publishers who dominated popular music in the late 19th andearly 20th centuries. The name came from a specific Manhattanlocation between Fifth and Sixth Avenues at West 28th Street. Aplacque bearing the name remains.
Tinning is the process of putting tin onto other metal. It's done by melting the tin and bringing it into contact with whatever you want to tin, where it wets the surface then hardens as it cools.
the candle will go out after it uses up all the oxygen, then once the candle goes out the water is drawn into the jar.
Yes, you can. But be aware that changing the type of pan can alter the surface area and thus the time it takes to properly cook the cake, along with potentially altering the taste and look of the cake, too.
The word pan means many different things. . First off it is a common cooking utensil. . It is a character in the commonly known Dragon Ball GT series. . Pan is also a Roman god. . It is also a bread . It can mean to give a negative review . Steel drums are known as pans
Tin Pan Alley is the name given to the collection of New York City-centered music publishers and songwriters who dominated the popular music of the United States in the late 19th century and early 20th century.. The start of Tin Pan Alley is usually dated to about 1885, when a number of music pub…lishers set up shop in the same district of Manhattan. The end of Tin Pan Alley is less clear cut. Some date it to the start of the Great Depression in the 1930s when the phonograph and radio supplanted sheet music as the driving force of American popular music, while others consider Tin Pan Alley to have continued into the 1950s when earlier styles of American popular music were upstaged by the rise of rock & roll.. Tin Pan Alley was originally a specific place in New York City, West 28th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenue. There is a plaque on the sidewalk on 28th St between Broadway and Fifth with a dedication. This block is now considered part of Manhattan's Flatiron District.. The origins of the name "Tin Pan Alley" are unclear. The most popular apocryphal account holds that it was originally a derogatory reference to the sound made by many pianos all playing different tunes in this small urban area, producing a cacophony comparable to banging on tin pans. With time this nickname was popularly embraced and many years later it came to describe the U.S. music industry in general.. The term is also used to describe any area within a major city with a high concentration of music publishers or musical instrument stores - a good example being Denmark Street near Covent Garden in London. In the 1920s the street became known as "Britain's Tin Pan Alley" due to the large number of music shops, a title it holds to this day. The Tin Pan Alley Festival is held there each July. ( Full Answer )
What is the value of an original tin advertising sign for Selz Shoes featuring Shoeless Joe Jackson in very good condition?
Joe Jackson Selz Shoes advertising tin sign . Tin reproductions of this Selz Shoes featuring Shoeless Joe Jackson are very common, and are available for $10. - $15. each. The tin signs are not being sold as original, only as a reproduction fantasy piece. When trying to find the value of the origi…nal sign searching auction house archives I could not find any.. The original advertising sign if it does exist would be very rare, and could sell in the $1,000.'s It also might not be made of tin. A cardboard Advertising Sign for Ted's Root beer was being sold on eBay as original, similar to the Tin reproduction pieces. These cardboard signs were selling for about $50. -$100. and were fakes.. All to often collectors are mistakenly buying vintage memorabilia that is actually a good modern day reproduction of the original. Items that could fool the "experts" as well. see Related Links below for more information on Fake & Reproduction items, the Ted's Root Beer sign, and I will also include an original 1910's Stall & Dean "Base ball Score Daily" Tin Lithograph Display Sign that sold for about $6,000. at auction. ( Full Answer )
Metal is a heat conductor so the heat will travel throughout the pan. I think! x
I make family dinners all the time and chicken is a popular dish and i found it handy to just put the chicken on the oven rack with a plate underneith to catch the juices. Hope this helps!
Pan is the Greek god of nature. He helped the gods win the first war against the Titans by loosening a horrible scream of pure fear.
From ezinearticles.com/?Tin-Pan-Alley---Home-to-New-Yorks-Music-Publishers "Tin Pan Alley is a term that is synonymous with the American music publishing industry. But, is there actually a Tin Pan Alley, how did it get its name and why has it become a byword for the music industry? "In the late n…ineteenth century, 25,000 pianos were sold in the United States each year and, with over half a million youngsters learning to play the instrument, there was a huge demand for sheet music. Indeed the clamour was so huge that publishers rushed to enter the lucrative market. Before long, 1885 publishers were scattered throughout the large cities of the continental USA, but during the last 15 years of the century they all began to graduate towards New York as the city's prominence as the center for the production of the musical arts grew. "It was here that publishers adopted new, aggressive business practices and marketing techniques to achieve phenomenal sales. The publishers tied talented and popular composers to exclusive contracts; they also conducted market research seeking out which style of music was currently the most popular. Then they would task their contract composers to produce works in that genre, thus immediately tapping into the lucrative market. "By the turn of the century many notable publishers had their offices on 28th Street between Broadway and 5th Avenue, and this is the area that became known as Tin Pan Alley. How it became to be known by that moniker is subject to a degree of urban legend, but the general consensus is that it is down to a visiting journalist by the name of Monroe Rosenfeld. He described the area as being drowned in a cacophony of noise emanating from the many producers' offices, sounding as though hundreds of people were bashing tin pans. He used it several times in his newspaper articles in the early twentieth century and the term stuck. "One of the earliest Tin Pan Alley success stories was the composition 'After the Ball', written by Charles Harris, which sold close to six millions copies of sheet music. Other well known Tin Pan Alley compositions from the early 1900s include 'Give My Regards to Broadway', 'Shine on Harvey Moon' and 'Let Me Call you Sweetheart', to which most people can hum the melodies and even recite the words!" ( Full Answer )
Tin Pan Alley was the name given to the music publishing business that hired composers and lyricists to create popular songs. "Tin Pan Alley" was actually a section of New York City, between Broadway and 28 th Street, where the first creators of this music gathered. This Era made music as it is tod…ay. ( Full Answer )
Tin Pin Alley perfected music publishing and the distribution of music dating back in 1880 in Manhattan. Several music publishers were located off 28th Street.
The Tin Pan Alley Era begins in about 1885 and survives until though the 1920s and 1930s are generally known as the or the of Tin Pan Alley?
Some people say Tin Pan Alley survived until the Great Depression. But the 1920s and 30s are known as the golden age of Tin Pan Alley. I don't know of another name.
What features do these 10 elements have that no other elements have sodium potassium silver iron tungsten mercury tin gold lead and antmony?
It appears they are the ones who's symbols do not start with the first letter of their English name
When you put a jar over a burning candle in a tin pan with a little bit of water why does the water rise?
the water rises because the oxygen is used up by the candle to burn and the water takes the place of the oxygen but does not the carbon dioxide formed take the place of the oxygen burnt?
When you put a jar over a burning candle in a tin pan with a little bit of water why does the water rise to take the place of oxygen burnt why not the carbon dioxide formed?
Nice question. . The oxygen burn forms carbon dioxide,which is soluble in water being polar,so water rise up.It takes the place of CO2.
Tin is a type of metal. Metal absorbs heat faster than plastic. Thos can be proven if u take a metal spoon and a plastic spoon into the sun. The metal one heats up faster. This is the same for everything else including pans..... hope this helped... XD
No-one really knows how he got his name. Some say it is the sound that a piano makes all playing different tunes being exactly like the banging of many tin pans in an alleyway.
On a hot day, the composers of Tin Pan alley were all working on music with the windows open. The cacophony of sound was likened to the noise of tin pans being struck by children. Thus the name.
This was here all the publishers worked. To advertise their music, they would open the windows and play he music for the passers-by. The resulting cacophony led to the nickname "tin pan"
Tin Pan Alley is the name given to the collection of New York City music publishers and songwriters who dominated the popular music of the United States in the late 19th century and early 20th century. The name originally referred to a specific place: West 28th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenue …in Manhattan, and a plaque on the sidewalk on 28th Street between Broadway and Sixth commemorates it. This block is now considered to be part of Manhattan's NoMad neighborhood and the Flower District. The start of Tin Pan Alley is usually dated to about 1885, when a number of music publishers set up shop in the same district of Manhattan. The end of Tin Pan Alley is less clear cut. Some date it to the start of the Great Depression in the 1930s when the phonograph and radio supplanted sheet music as the driving force of American popular music, while others consider Tin Pan Alley to have continued into the 1950s when earlier styles of American popular music were upstaged by the rise of rock & roll. The origins of the name "Tin Pan Alley" are unclear. The most popular account holds that it was originally a derogatory reference in the New York Herald referring to the sound made by many pianos all playing different tunes being exactly like the banging of many tin pans in an alleyway. With time, this nickname was popularly embraced and many years later it came to describe the U.S. music industry in general. According to Katherine Charlton the "term Tin Pan Alley referred to the thin, tinny tone quality of cheap upright pianos used in music publisher's offices." By extension, the term "Tin Pan Alley" is also used to describe any area within a major city with a high concentration of music publishers or musical instrument stores - an example being Denmark Street in London's West End. In the 1920s the street became known as "Britain's Tin Pan Alley" because of the large number of music shops, a title it still holds. In the mid-19th century, copyright control on melodies was not as strict in the United States, and competing publishers would often print their own versions of the songs popular at the time. These buildings and others on West 28th Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway in Manhattan housed the sheet-music publishers that were the center of American popular music in the early 20th Century With stronger copyright protection laws late in the century, songwriters, composers, lyricists, and publishers started working together for their mutual financial benefit. The biggest music houses established themselves in New York City. Small local publishers (often connected with commercial printers or music stores) continued to flourish throughout the country, and there were important regional music publishing centers in Chicago, New Orleans, St. Louis, and Boston. When a tune became a significant local hit, rights to it were usually purchased from the local publisher by one of the big New York firms. The music houses in lower Manhattan were lively places, with a steady stream of songwriters, vaudeville and Broadway performers, musicians, and "song pluggers" coming and going. Aspiring songwriters came to demonstrate tunes they hoped to sell. When tunes were purchased from unknowns with no previous hits, the name of someone with the firm was often added as co-composer (in order to keep a higher percentage of royalties within the firm), or all rights to the song were purchased outright for a flat fee (including rights to put someone else's name on the sheet music as the composer). Songwriters who became established producers of successful songs were hired to be on the staff of the music houses. The most successful of them, like Harry Von Tilzer and Irving Berlin, founded their own publishing firms. "Song pluggers" were pianists and singers who made their living demonstrating songs to promote sales of sheet music. Most music stores had song pluggers on staff. Other pluggers were employed by the publishers to travel and familiarize the public with their new publications. Among the ranks of song pluggers were George Gershwin and Harry Warren. When vaudeville performers played New York City, they would often visit various Tin Pan Alley firms to find new songs for their acts. Second- and third-rate performers often paid for rights to use a new song, while famous stars were given free copies of publisher's new numbers or were paid to perform them, the publishers knowing this was valuable advertising. Initially Tin Pan Alley specialized in melodramatic ballads and comic novelty songs, but it embraced the newly popular styles of the cakewalk and ragtime music. Later on jazz and blues were incorporated, although less completely, as Tin Pan Alley was oriented towards producing songs that amateur singers or small town bands could perform from printed music. Tin Pan Alley manufactured jazzy and bluesy pop-songs and dance numbers. Much of the public in the late 1910 and the 1920s did not know the difference between these commercial products and authentic jazz and blues. A group of Tin Pan Alley music houses formed the Music Publishers Association of the United States on June 11, 1895, and unsuccessfully lobbied the federal government in favor of the Treloar Copyright Bill, which would have changed the term of copyright for published music from 24 to 40 years, renewable for an additional 20 instead of 14 years. The bill would also have included music among the subject matter covered by the Manufacturing clause of the International Copyright Act of 1891. The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) was founded in 1914 to aid and protect the interests of established publishers and composers. New members were only admitted with sponsorship of existing members. During the Second World War, Tin Pan Alley and the federal government teamed up to produce a war song that would inspire the American public to support the fight against the Axis, something they both "seemed to believeâ¦ was vital to the war effort." The Office of War Information was in charge of this project, and believed that Tin Pan Alley contained "a reservoir of talent and competence capable of influencing people's feelings and opinions" that it "might be capable of even greater influence during wartime than [during World War I]." Due to the large fan base of Tin Pan Alley, the government believed that this sector of the music business would be far-reaching in spreading patriotic sentiments. In the United States Congress, congressman quarreled over a proposal to exempt musicians and other entertainers from the draft in order to remain in the country to boost morale. However, this was contested by those who strongly believed that only those who provided more substantial contributions to the war effort should benefit from any draft legislation. As the war progressed, those in charge of writing the would-be national war song began to understand that the interest of the public lay elsewhere. In her book, God Bless America: Tin Pan Alley Goes to War, Kathleen E.R. Smith writes that "escapism seemed to be a high priority for music listeners," leading "the composers of Tin Pan Alley [to struggle] to write a war song that would appeal both to civilians and the armed forces." By the end of the war, no such song had been produced that could rival hits like "Over There" from World War I. Whether or not the amount of songs circulated from Tin Pan Alley between 1939 and 1945 was greater than during the First World War is still debated. In his book The Songs That Fought the War: Popular Music and the Home Front, John Bush Jones cites Jeffrey C. Livingstone as claiming that Tin Pan Alley released more songs during World War I than it did in World War II. Jones, on the other hand, argues that "there is also strong documentary evidence that the output of American war-related songs during World War II was most probably unsurpassed in any other war." Leading Tin Pan Alley composers and lyricists include: . Milton Ager . Thomas S. Allen . Harold Arlen . Ernest Ball . Irving Berlin . Bernard Bierman . George Botsford . Shelton Brooks . Nacio Herb Brown . Irving Caesar . Sammy Cahn . Hoagy Carmichael . George M. Cohan . Con Conrad . J. Fred Coots . Buddy DeSylva . Walter Donaldson . Paul Dresser . Dave Dreyer . Al Dubin . Dorothy Fields . Ted Fio Rito . Max Freedman . Cliff Friend . George Gershwin . Ira Gershwin . E. Y. "Yip" Harburg . Charles K. Harris . James P. Johnson . Isham Jones . Scott Joplin . Gus Kahn . Bert Kalmar . Jerome Kern . Al Lewis . Sam M. Lewis . F. W. Meacham . Johnny Mercer . Theodora Morse . Ethelbert Nevin . Bernice Petkere . Maceo Pinkard . Lew Pollack . Cole Porter . Andy Razaf . Harry Ruby . Al Sherman . Lou Singer . Sunny Skylar . Ted Snyder . Kay Swift . Albert Von Tilzer . Harry Von Tilzer . Fats Waller . Harry Warren . Richard A. Whiting . Harry M. Woods . Jack Yellen . Vincent Youmans . Joe Young . Hy Zaret Tin Pan Alley's biggest hits included: . "After the Ball" (Charles K. Harris, 1892) . "The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo" (Charles Coborn, 1892) . "The Little Lost Child" (Marks & Stern, 1894) . "The Sidewalks of New York" (Lawlor & Blake, 1894) . "The Band Played On" (Charles B. Ward & John F. Palmer, 1895) . "Mister Johnson, Turn Me Loose" (Ben Harney, 1896) . "There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight" (Joe Hayden & Theodore Mertz, 1896) . "Warmest Baby in the Bunch" (George M. Cohan, 1896) . "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away" (Paul Dresser 1897) . "At a Georgia Campmeeting" (Kerry Mills, 1897) . "Hearts and Flowers" (Theodore Moses Tobani, 1899) . "Hello! Ma Baby (Hello Ma Ragtime Gal)" (Emerson, Howard, & Sterling, 1899) . "A Bird in a Gilded Cage" (Harry Von Tilzer, 1900) . "Mighty Lak' a Rose" (Ethelbert Nevin & Frank L. Stanton, 1901) . "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home" (Huey Cannon, 1902) . "In the Good Old Summer Time" (Ren Shields & George Evans, 1902) . "Give My Regards To Broadway" (George M. Cohan, 1904) . "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree" (Harry Williams & Egbert van Alstyne, 1905) . "Shine Little Glow Worm" (Paul Lincke & Lilla Cayley Robinson, 1907) . "Shine on Harvest Moon" (Nora Bayes & Jack Norworth, 1908) . "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" (Albert Von Tilzer, 1908) . "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" (Gus Edwards & Edward Madden, 1909) . "Down by the Old Mill Stream" (Tell Taylor, 1910) . "Come Josephine in My Flying Machine" (Fred Fisher & Alfred Bryan, 1910) . "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" (Beth Slater Whitson & Leo Friedman, 1910) . "Alexander's Ragtime Band" (Irving Berlin, 1911) . "Some of These Days" (Shelton Brooks, 1911) . "Peg o' My Heart" (Fred Fisher & Alfred Bryan, 1913) . "The Darktown Strutters Ball" (Shelton Brooks, 1917) . "K-K-K-Katy" (Geoffrey O'Hara, 1918) . "God Bless America" (Irving Berlin, 1918; revised 1938) . "Oh by Jingo!" (Albert Von Tilzer, 1919) . "Swanee" (George Gershwin, 1919) . "Whispering" (1920) . "The Japanese Sandman" (1920) . "Carolina in the Morning" (Gus Kahn & Walter Donaldson, 1922) . "Lovesick Blues" (Cliff Friend & Irving Mills, 1922) . "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" (Creamer & Turner Layton, 1922) . "Yes, We Have No Bananas" (Frank Silver & Irving Cohn, 1923) . "I Cried for You" (Arthur Freed & Nacio Herb Brown, 1923) . "Everybody Loves My Baby" (Spencer Williams, 1924) . "All Alone" (Irving Berlin, 1924) . "Sweet Georgia Brown" (Maceo Pinkard, 1925) . "Baby Face" (Benny Davis & Harry Akst, 1926) . "Ain't She Sweet" (Jack Yellen & Milton Ager,1927) . "My Blue Heaven" (Walter Donaldson & George Whiting, 1927) . "Happy Days Are Here Again" (Jack Yellen & Milton Ager, 1930) In the 1959-1960 television season, NBC aired a sitcom Love and Marriage, based on the fictitious William Harris Music Publishing Company set in Tin Pan Alley. William Demarest, Stubby Kaye, Jeanne Bal, and Murray Hamilton co-starred in the series, which aired 18 episodes. In the song "Bitter Fingers" from the 1975 autobiographical "concept album" Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy, Elton John refers to himself and his longtime song-writing partner, lyricist Bernie Taupin, as the "Tin Pan Alley Twins". 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You probably will need to grease, butter & flour, or spray the pan with non-stick cooking spray if you do not use the paper tins. Otherwise, the cupcakes are much more likely to stick or to burn.
You should only use a muffin tin to bake muffins in. Uisng a bundt cake greatly increases your risk of burning them or not cooking it properly.
No, because if you grease the pan the muffins should not stick. However, muffin tins, or cups, are easier to use, if more expensive, because the muffins always slide out.
Pan is a Greek god of nature. He is a satyr. That means form waist down he is a goat, but the top is human.
The opposite of alley as a passageway would be a cul-de-sac (closedpassage). The opposite of alley as a narrow passageway could beboulevard (a wide passageway).
Glass or ceramic make the best pies. They hold the heat more evenly. Glass has the benefit of being see-through, so you can see the color of the crust. Metal pie pans sometimes give pies a metallic taste. Dont put a frozen pie in a glass dish into a hot oven or the glass will break!
The first Rin-Tin-Tin was a German shepherd brought back to the United States from France after World War I by a serviceman named Lee Duncan. Duncan trained him as a police and war dog, then succeeded in getting him into movies, 28 of them, in most of which he was the star. He died in 1932. His son,… Rin-Tin-Tin, Jr., also starred in several movies. Duncan tried dogs for war during World War II, and after the war, his Rin-Tin-Tins were prominent in the TV series " The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin" 1954-1959 . ( Full Answer )
Tin Pan Alley was the nickname for a section of Manhattan, around West 28th Street between 5th and 6th avenues. It was the location of major music publishers at that time, and the center for popular composers such as George M. Cohan, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Jerome Kern, etc. After awhile it …became a generic term referring to those composers and the type of popular and theater music they wrote. ( Full Answer )
No but it helps to use a non stick pan or pam or butter, grease it before baking
The Pan American (Pan Am) Games is a competition held every four years for athletes from the Americas. Some of the sports featured are swimming, fencing. baseball, boxing, rowing, tennis and shooting.
There are different places to watch Jeremy Sumpter in the movie Peter Pan. You can see him on different sites on the internet, probably the best one would be youtube.
What features does sodium potassium silver iron tungsten mercury tin gold lead and antimony have in common?
The letter on the periodic table is not the first letter of their name. Sodium - Na Potassium - K Silver - Ag Iron - Fe Tungste - W Mercury - Hg Tin-Sn Gold - Au Lead - Pb Antimony
PAN was the name the shepherds gave to their god. They believedthat he stayed in the mountain and in the wild.
The cast of Tin Pan Alice - 1963 includes: Carole Carr Warren Mitchell Athene Seyler
The cast of Dead Pan Alley - 1990 includes: Bill Allard as Mr. Nifty Dan Coffey as Dr. Science Merle Kessler as Ian Shoales Leon Martell Jim Turner as Randee of the Redwoods
The cast of Tin Pan Alley Cats - 1943 includes: The Four Dreamers as Uncle Tom Cat Mission Singers Four Spirits of Rhythm as Fats Waller Cat backing vocals Zoot Watson as Fats Waller Cat
The cast of Tin Pan Alley - 1919 includes: Elinor Fair as June Norton George Hernandez as Simon Berg Ardita Mellinina as Mona Merwin Louis Natheaux as Blake Thomas Persse as Fred Martindale Albert Ray as Tommy Breen Frank Weed as Moriarity
The cast of The Tin Pan Alley Show - 1960 includes: Vincent Ball as Himself - Presenter Lionel Bart as Himself - Performer Shirley Bassey as Herself - Performer John Dankworth as himself Eric Delaney Band as Themselves - Performers Emile Ford as Himself - Performer Ronnie Hilton as Himself - Perform…er Michael Holliday as Himself - Performer The John Barry Seven as Themselves - Performers The Kaye Sisters as Themselves - Performers Jack Parnell as Themselves - Performers ( Full Answer )
Tin Pan Alley Cats - 1943 is rated/received certificates of: Canada:G (Nova Scotia) UK:U (1961)
Tin Pan Alley - 1940 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G Finland:S USA:Approved (PCA #6601) USA:TV-G (TV rating)
What are the release dates for Garfield and Friends - 1988 The Third Penelope Episode Hare Force Garfield's Garbage Can and Tin Pan Alley Revue 6-16?
Garfield and Friends - 1988 The Third Penelope Episode Hare Force Garfield's Garbage Can and Tin Pan Alley Revue 6-16 was released on: USA: 6 November 1993
Secrets of New York - 2013 Tin Pan Alley 6-4 was released on: USA: 5 November 2013
What are the release dates for Ellery Queen - 1975 The Adventure of the Tyrant of Tin Pan Alley 1-19?
Ellery Queen - 1975 The Adventure of the Tyrant of Tin Pan Alley 1-19 was released on: USA: 7 March 1976
The Patrice Munsel Show - 1956 Tin Pan Alley 1-9 was released on: USA: 13 December 1957