Kissing Bridge ~ 1953

Music by Robert Allen and lyrics by Al Stillman 1953
Roncom Music Co., and Charlie Deitcher Productions
The Fontane Sisters ( with Perry Como )
Recorded at RCA Victor Studio 2, New York City circa 1953
With Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra
Single release: RCA-45RPM-47-5524
Single Flip Side: "Silver Bells"
Note: Perry appears in a cameo performance singing solo for approximately 20 seconds.  He is greeted by the sisters with "Hi Stranger!" and when he is finished someone says, "Margie, didn't that voice sound familiar?". Perry is not identified in any way on the record and he doesn't sing on "Silver Bells". ( with appreciation to Jean-Claude Ferland for this listing )
Perry Como makes an uncredited (except for his floating head on the sleeve) appearance
in the middle of "Kissing Bridge" - it's a great little skit. Perry Como says,
"Hey, Hi Neighbors!" and the Fontane sisters say, "Hi Stranger!" and after Perry sings his verse,
there's a great line from one of the Fontane Sisters: "Marge, didn't that voice sound familiar?"

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