Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends

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Released 2007

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Director:
Bruce Ricker
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2007
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Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends is brought to you by executive producer Clint Eastwood. Examining the lengthy and influential career of Mr. Bennett, this documentary feature is jam-packed with live performances, archival clips of Mr. Bennett performing and interviews with co-stars and celebrities. This eighty-seven minute feature is a must see for fans of the living legend, examining his life and roots. Eastwood does a masterful job of pulling it all together, and the result is a masterpiece that pays homage to one of the most famous names in music, past or present. Celebrities such as Harry Belafonte, Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Ginger Rogers, Don Rickles and filmmaker Martin Scorsese share personal stories of time spent with Bennett, and offer insight into the enduring career of one of music's greatest performers. Bennett performs classic songs from his career, such as "I Left My Heart in San Francisco," "For Once in My Life" and "Cold, Cold Heart."

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