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  1. [filed: Provine in OSTs]. The Vamp Of The Roaring 20's With PINKY, Her Playboys & The Chorus Line. WARNER BROS W DOROTHY PROVINE The Roaring 20's With PINKY AND HER PLAYBOYS MONO LP WM $ 0 bids Children's Soundtrack LP Vinyl Records, The Beatles Near Mint (NM or M -) Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Nov 20,  · Dorothy Provine died April 25, Here's Dorothy Provine in the WB s TV show "The Roaring 20s". The two songs are "You Do Something To Me" and "California Here I Come".
  3. DOROTHY PROVINE - THE ROARING 20's - and - THE VAMP OF THE ROARING 20's This WB TV series was a crime anthology that featured a platinum blonde Dorothy Provine as Pinky Pinkham, a Texas Guinan type speakeasy singer. Pinky gave the show sex appeal and music. Dorothy had a pleasant voice that was just right for the character she was playing/5(34).
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  5. Just a clarification -- this (and its sequel album) was recorded in the early s as a soundtrack album of sorts. Provine played opposite Rex Reason in a prime time TV show called The Roaring 20's from to This and The Roaring 20's Volume 2 are re-recordings of her work on the show along with some songs not used in the show/5(11).
  6. Dorothy Michelle Provine (January 20, – April 25, ) was an American singer, dancer, actress, and comedienne. Provine had a starring role in two ABC/WB series. In the second role, The Roaring 20s (–), she played the beautiful singer Pinky Pinkham.
  7. In Warner Bros. Records issued the mono soundtrack album The Roaring 20's to accompany the series (The full album title was: Music from The Roaring 20's Warner Bros. New Hit Television Show, Songs by Dorothy Provine and the Music of Pinky and Her Playboys). Musical .
  8. Dorothy Provine stars as Pinky Pinkham, the singer at the Charleston Club, in all forty-five episodes of this hour-long series that deals with newspaper reporters covering crime and gangsters for the fictitious New York Record in the s, such as Scott Norris (Rex Reason), Pat Garrison (Donald May), Duke Williams (John Dehner), and copy-boy Chris Higby (Gary Vinson).

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