One blue marble rests underneath a shiny gold embossed letter "C" affixed to the peach-colored lining inside Bing Crosby's black top hat.
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The Blue Marbles Project: High C (2012)
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One blue marble rests underneath a shiny gold embossed letter "C" affixed to the peach-colored lining inside Bing Crosby's black top hat.
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America's first multimedia star, Bing Crosby wore many hats, and this is one of them. Bing was one of the most popular and influential musical artists of the 20th century worldwide. https://bingcrosby.com/bing-bio

In the 1936 film, "Anything Goes," Bing sings "Sailor Beware," a song written by Richard Whiting and Leo Robin, decked out in top hat and tails. The film was based on the 1934 Cole Porter stage musical, although only four of Porter's songs remained in the film ("Anything Goes", "I Get a Kick Out of You," "There'll Always Be A Lady Fair," and "You're the Top"). When Paramount sold the 1936 film to television, the movie was retitled, "Tops is The Limit," because the 1956 film "Anything Goes" - once again starring Bing Crosby - was playing in theaters.
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