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  Mario Lanza: The Best of Everything on DVD [read more]
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  Before Elvis and before The Beatles, there was Mario Lanza…a true superstar before the word even existed. An unparalleled singer and film star of his time, Lanza's legend continues today. The story of his extraordinary rise to fame is told in a brand-new feature documentary Mario Lanza: The Best of Everything which is set for its international broadcast and a UK DVD debut courtesy of Screenbound Pictures.

Mario Lanza was the most famous tenor the world had ever known. Even the greatest tenors of the modern era - Pavarotti, Carreras, Domingo and Bocelli - all trace their inspiration back to Lanza. Pop greats such as Elvis and Frank Sinatra also saw him as a great influence and possessing a voice that could never be equalled.

It arrives on DVD on 20 March 2017 and makes the perfect Mother's Day gift. Check out the link for the trailer.
  Graeme Clark [15 Feb 2017 at 00:07]
     

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