Buck Clayton, Stan Getz (tenor sax), Gene Krupa (drums), George Duvivier (bass) and Urbie Green (trombone) performing in a recording studio; Hollywood, California; likely as part of the soundtrack for The Benny Goodman Story.
Publicity photo of Buck Clayton, Harry James and a group of unidentified musicians performing in a recording studio in Hollywood, California, likely as part of the soundtrack for The Benny Goodman Story.
Jimmy Rushing, Buck Clayton, Coleman Hawkins, unidentified man (partly out of frame), and possibly Urbie Green and Danny Bank (backs to camera), in a recording studio in New York; Buck leading the ensemble.
Walt Bodine and Bill Leeds interview Stuart Symington on WDAF's show Insight. All three men sit around a table. Symington is in the foreground while the other two men are in the background. All of the men look at the camera, and most are smiling. Symington and Bodine sit with their hands held before them while Leeds rests one hand on his knee and the other on the armrest. On the table are ashtrays, papers, and Bodine's eyeglasses.