Bing: Going My Way


Bing Crosby was one of the most popular entertainers in the 20th century. He sold over 350 million records and had more hits than the Beatles and Elvis combined. Known for his jazzy rhythms and romantic ballads, Bing's spontaneous "Ba-Ba-Boo" style helped shape American popular music. Bing was also one of the most successful stars to appear on the silver screen. He was nominated three times for an Academy Award for Best Actor and finally won for "Going My Way" in 1944. Produced and written by Mary DeCesare, directed and edited by Jim Zimmer and art directed by Michael Dixon, Bing, Going My Way, is a one hour KSPS Public Television documentary on the life of Bing Crosby. Awards: Northwest Emmy Nomination, International Telly Award, NETA Award.

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