Caricature of Henry Mancini by Bill
Utterback for Playboy Enterprises, Inc.
These drawings were created for each of the Jazz Poll winners each
This one was created in February 1967.
Print Advertisement for the "Peter Gunn" album, 1959
Ad reads: "Here's the dramatic music that has set
"Peter Gunn" TV fans on fire! This original score/recording,
conducted by composer Henry Mancini, generates real excitement.
Make it a point to hear it today!"
Ad from Billboard Magazine - January 12, 1963 - featuring
the 45 rpm picture sleeve single "Days of Wine and Roses"/"Seventy-Six
Ad from Billboard Magazine - April 11, 1964 - featuring the soundtrack album "The Pink Panther".
January 9, 1965 Ad from Billboard Magazine, featuring the "Dear Heart and Other Songs About Love" album.
Ad from Billboard Magazine - October 16, 1965 - featuring the 45 rpm picture sleeve single of "Push The Button, Max!"/"He Shouldn't-A, Hadn't-A, Oughtn't-A
Swang on Me!", along with also featuring the soundtrack album those tracks are from - "The Great Race".
Ad from Billboard Magazine - December 4, 1965 - featuring
the picture sleeve 45 rpm single "Moment to Moment"/"Soldier In The
Ad from Billboard Magazine for the "Arabesque" album - July 9, 1966
Ad from Billboard Magazine - June 25, 1966 - featuring two
picture sleeve 45 rpm singles: "Arabesque" and "The Swing March".
Ad from Billboard Magazine - August 13, 1966
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