Playlist Of Julia Lee and Her Boyfriends

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends / Snatch and Grab It

    2:54

    1947

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    Julia Lee - Marijuana 320 kbps

    3:13

    Julia Lee's explicit 1947-version of her 'Lotus Blossom' single.

    Originally written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow for the 'Murder At The Vanities'-movie from 1934 (first recorded by Dave Harman And His Orchestra in that same year).

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    Julia Lee And Her Boy Friends - Last Call

    2:30

    Track 14 from Ultra-Lounge: Hey Bartender!

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - The Spinach Song

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - The Spinach Song (I Didn't Like It The First Time)
    From The Album: Reefer Blues: Vintage Songs About Marijuana Volume 3

    Vocals & Piano - Julia Lee, Tumpet - Geechie Smith & Dave Cavanaugh, Trombone - Vic Dickenson, Alto Sax - Benny Carter, Guitar - Jack Marshall, Bass - Red Callender, Drums - Sam Lovett. Recorded November 1947.

    Copyright 2009, 2012 Grammercy Records

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    Lotus Blossom - Julia Lee and her Boyfriends

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    King Size Papa - Julia Lee

    2:40

    Risqué Blues, Vol. 3 available from iTunes @

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    BREEZE by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends

    2:44

    BREEZE by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends

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    JULIA LEE & HER BOYFRIENDS - Christmas Spirits

    2:49

    Our ongoing holiday mission is to unearth some great Christmas and New Year's oldies that are so good to hear again.

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    julia lee & her boy friends - gotta gimme whatcha got

    2:52

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    Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends - Christmas Spirit

    2:50

    The Christmas Blues story drawn by a finest selection of illustrators
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    Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends - Christmas Spirit

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    The Santa Claus Jazz story drawn by a finest selection of illustrators
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    When A Woman Loves A Man - Julia Lee - Kansas Citys First Lady Of The Blues

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    When a woman loves a man by Julia Lee and her boyfriends 1950's. Julia Lee a fine singer, and Kansas City's first lady of the blues. Julia Lee sang in Kansas City night clubs in the early 1950's. My aunt personally knew her, and went with a piano player who played at the same nightclub. Julia Lee gave my aunt some 78 records two of them on Damon Recording label, a private Kansas City record label. My aunt gave me the records and they ended up being a one of a kind. I had them transferred to digital at the university , and they were sent to Bear Family Records in Germany to complete their 5 CD set of Julia Lee. They in turn sent me 5 CDs of rock n roll music for sending them the songs to complete their CD set.

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    MAMA DONT ALLOW IT by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends

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    MAMA DON'T ALLOW IT by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends

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    King Size Papa - Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends

    2:41

    Great Beat.

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    Julia Lee --- My Man Stands Out

    2:13

    1950

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    Christmas spirits by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends

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    Christmas Spirits by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends, from Kansas City Mo, recorded 11-13-47. Played on a 1957 RCA SHF-8 HI-fi using the original Capitol record.

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    Julia Lee - Dont come too soon

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    Corte 16º del CD2 del disoc-libro Ladies in Love classées x a cargo de Julia Lee. La letra es maravillosa.
    En 1935, Julia Lee se lanzó a una carrera en solitario y en 1935 inauguró el Milton's en Troost. Lee fue conocida por su husky voz, su correcto estilo de piano y la fácil y sincera forma de cantar. En una carrera profesional que se extendió a lo largo de cuatro décadas, Lee consolidó una reputación a lo largo de la nación como una de las grandes cantantes femeninas de blues de todos los tiempos. Fue una figura principal en el blues revival que siguió a la IIª Guerra Mundial, y su sello distintivo fueron sus canciones de doble sentido o, como dijo una vez, «las canciones que mi madre me enseñó que no se cantaban». Durante el resto de su carrera trabajó sobre todo en Kansas City. No le gustaba viajar, especialmente en aviones. Ella decía que era capaz de volar, pero sólo si podía «mantener un pie en tierra». Tuvo bastantes hit records en los 40. Come On Over To My House Baby le condujo a un contrato discográfico con Capitol Records en 1946. Dave E. Dexter Jr., natural de Kansas Citian y A&R man para Capitol Records, grabó a Julia como parte de su serie history of jazz en 1944. Su grabación de Come On Over To My House Baby fue un gran éxito entre jukebox operators y disc jockeys, y el éxito de esta publicación le proporcionó un contrato con Capitol en 1946.
    Sobre el Libro-Cd
    Estándares norteamericanos de temática amorosa, algunos de ellos subiditos de tono, grabados entre 1939 y 1956 por destacadas solistas y vocalistas de orquestas (Peggy Lee, Sarah Vaughan, Doris Day, Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne y tantas otras). Libro con tapas de terciopelo, ilustraciones eróticas de Mïrka Lugosi, datos discográficos y letras de muchas de las canciones. Duración: 2h.08-37.

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    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends - Last Call For Alcohol

    2:31

    A song to which any bar should close

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    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-King Size Papa Capital Americana Records-78

    2:49

    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-King Size Papa Capital Americana Records-78-40028-1947

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    julia lee & her boy friends - tell me daddy

    2:44

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    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-I Was Wrong Capitol Americana Records-78

    3:07

    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-I Was Wrong Capitol Americana Records-78-40028-1947

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - Lotus Blossom

    3:26

    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - Lotus Blossom
    From The Album: Reefer Blues: Vintage Songs About Marijuana Volume 2

    Clarinet & Tenor Sax - Dave Cavanaugh, Guitar - Jack Marshall, Bass - Charles Drayton, Drums - Sam Baby Lovett, Piano & Vocals - Julia Lee. Recorded Novemeber 1947.

    Copyright 2010, 2012 Grammercy Records

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    Marijuana-Volume-2

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - Sit Down & Drink It Over

    3:03

    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - Sit Down & Drink It Over (Capitol, 15367, 1949)

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    Julia Lee - Out In The Cold Again - 1946 1951

    3:04

    The definitive version of this song was recorded by Frankie Lymon, in my opinion, but here is a nice straightforward R&B version by Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends. It was recorded for Capitol in 1946 but wasn't released until 1951. Julia Lee is best known for her double-entendre records like I Didn't Like It The First Time and King Size Papa, but she could sing blues and pop just as well.

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    DOUBTFUL BLUES by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends 1947

    3:02

    DOUBTFUL BLUES by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends, recorded in 1947.

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    Julia Lee and her Boy Friends -

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    Original 78 rpm, straight from 1947. Rough sound, but passable.

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    Charmaine by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends played on 1957 RCA HI-FI

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    Charmaine by Julia Lee and her Boyfriends, from Kansas City, Mo, recorded 11-1947, and played on a 1957 RCA HI-FI using the original Capitol record.

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends-Crazy World Capitol Records-78

    3:05

    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends-Crazy World Capitol Records-78-15060-1947

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    julia lee & her boy friends - goin to chicago blues

    2:35

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends - Gotta Gimme Whatcha Got 1946

    2:54

    Record: Capitol 308 ... Recorded August 23, 1946 ... Entered Billboard Juke Box Race Chart November 16, 1946

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends-I Didnt Like It The First Time Capitol Records-78

    3:12

    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends-I Didn't Like It The First Time Capitol Records-78-15367-1947

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    Julia Lee And Her Boy Friends - Christmas Spirit

    2:50

    Title: Christmas Spirit - Artist(s): Julia Lee And Her Boy Friends
    Recorded in Los Angeles - 1947
    Lyrics: Red Burns - Composer: James Lord Pierpont/James Lord Pierpont

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    There's always room for all kinds of Christmas music, celebratory music in our wonderful winter wonderland. From Advent music to the gala on New Years Eve. The world's greatest voices sing classic Christmas and religious songs. Bach's Christmas Oratory alongside big band Christmas swing. The Missa Criolla as well as Polish and Ukrainian holiday songs are of course available.
    There are many American classics in numerous interpretations. Either sung by Mario Lanza or Frank Sinatra, or jazz band instrumentals, or Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller or dance orchestras such as Percy Faith and Ray Conniff and even space age pop Christmas records by Ferrante & Teicher or Esquivel. We can even get you into the Christmas spirit with folkloric or bell music. We also offer Rock n' Roll, Blues, Jazz and R&B holiday music. And of course gospel by Mahalia Jackson or The Golden Gate Quartet...
    Contemplative Christmas instrumentals and many, many German holiday songs. Sung by choirs or maybe The Trapp Family.
    We offer you the opportunity to put together your own personalized Christmas music.
    We wish you and your loved ones a Happy Holiday season.
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    In unserer wunderbaren Winter Wunder Welt ist aller Platz für jegliche Weihnachtsmusik, Musik zum Fest. Von Adventsmusik bis zur Silvester Gala. Die großen Stimmen der Welt singen hier in klassischer Art und Weise Weihnachtslieder, Christliche Lieder, Das Weihnachtsoratorium von Bach steht neben Weihnachts-Swing mit Bigbands. Es gibt natürlich die Missa Creola, wie ukrainische oder polnische Weihnachtslieder.
    Viel Raum nehmen die amerikanischen Klassiker ein, die in unzähligen Versionen präsentiert werden. Als Gesangsstück von Mario Lanza oder Frank Sinatra, instrumental von Jazz Bands, Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller oder Tanzorchester, wie Percy Faith, Ray Conniff, bis hin zu den Space Age Pop Weihnachtsplatten von Ferrante & Teicher oder Esquivel. Aber auch mit Folklore oder Glockengeläut stimmen wir Sie auf die Weihnachtszeit ein.
    Rock & Roll Christmas, Blues, Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, all das finden Sie bei uns. Natürlich auch Gospel mit Mahalia Jackson oder dem Golden Gate Quartet...
    Beschauliche Weihnachten instrumental, und viele, viele deutsche Weihnachtslieder. Gesungen von Chören oder z.B. der Trapp Family.
    Jeder kann sich hier seine ganz persönliche Weihnachtsmusik zusammenstellen.
    Oder lassen Sie einfach eine unserer vielen Koppelungen laufen, dort haben Sie immer gute gemischte Musik.
    Wir wünschen Ihnen und Ihren Lieben Frohe Weihnachten!
    Salt & Pepper wünscht Ihnen viel Spaß mit unserem Kanal. Abonnieren Sie ihn doch, dann entgeht Ihnen nichts.

    Thomas Birr

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends-Thats What I Like Capitol Records-78

    3:04

    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends-That's What I Like Capitol Records-78-15060-1947

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    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-When Youre Smiling Capital Americana Records-78

    3:04

    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-When You're Smiling Capital Americana Records-78-40028-1947

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    Julia Lee -- I Didnt Like It The First Time

    2:55

    Julia Lee (October 31, 1902 -- December 8, 1958)[2] was an American blues and dirty blues musician.
    Born in Boonville, Missouri, United States, Lee was raised in Kansas City, and began her musical career around 1920, singing and playing piano in her brother George Lee's band, which for a time also included Charlie Parker. She first recorded on the Merritt record labelin 1927 with Jesse Stone as pianist and arranger, and launched a solo career in 1935.
    In 1944 she secured a recording contract with Capitol Records, and a string of R&B hitsfollowed, including Gotta Gimme Whatcha Got (#3 R&B, 1946), Snatch and Grab It (#1 R&B for 12 weeks, 1947, selling over 500,000 copies), King Size Papa (#1 R&B for 9 weeks, 1948), I Didn't Like It The First Time (The Spinach Song) (#4 R&B, 1949), and My Man Stands Out.
    As these titles suggest, she became best known for her trademark double entendresongs, or, as she once said, the songs my mother taught me not to sing. The recordswere credited to 'Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends', her session musicians including Jay McShann, Vic Dickenson, Benny Carter, Red Norvo, Nappy Lamare, and Red Nichols.
    She was married to Frank Duncan, a star catcher and manager of the Negro National League's Kansas City Monarchs. He, like Julia, was a native of Kansas City.
    Although her hits dried up after 1949, she continued as one of the most popular performers in Kansas City until her death in San Diego, California, at the age of 56, from a heart attack.

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    Julia Lee, Thats what I like

    2:48

    I do not own the copyrights to this recordings, so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it.

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    Julia Lee / The Spinach Song

    2:57

    1947

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends My Sin Capitol Americana Records 78 40056 1947

    3:09

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    SNATCH AND GRAB IT - Julia Lee - 1946

    2:59

    Snatch and Grab it by Julie Lee 1946 recorded from the original Capitol 78 RPM record and played on a Dual 1229 turntable My aunt knew Julie Lee, they use to sing at the same night club, my aunt gave me two 78 records that Julie Lee had given her that were made on a private label in Kansas City. They were one of a kind 78 records, and I took them to the University and had them transferred to a digital tape, which was sent to Bear Family Records in Germany to add to their 5 CD set of Julie Lee songs. . A popular entertainer who recorded frequently for Capitol during 1944-1950, Julia Lee's double-entendre songs and rocking piano made her a major attraction in Kansas City. She played piano and sang in her brother George E. Lee's Orchestra during 1920-1934, recording with him in 1927 and 1929 (including If I Could Be with You One Hour Tonight) and cutting two titles of her own in 1929 (He's Tall, He's Dark and He's Handsome and Won't You Come Over to My House). Lee worked regularly as a single in Kansas City after her brother's band broke up. In 1944, she started recording for Capitol and among her sidemen on some sessions were Jay McShann, Vic Dickenson, Benny Carter, Red Norvo, and Red Nichols, along with many local players. After 1952, Julia Lee only recorded four further songs, but she was active up until her death in 1958.

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    Julia Lee Tonigths the nigth

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    JOHNNIE RAY - LOTUS BLOSSOM

    3:45

    From the album The Big Beat. These songs were hand picked by Johnnie himself. Most of these old songs he became familiar with at the Flame Show Bar. Sweet Marijuana was written in 1933, and retitled to Lotus Blossom in 1947 and recorded by Julia Lee and Her Boyfriends.

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    Skylar Stecker - Hey

    3:19

    It’s finally out! Hope you guys like it! Remember to always be yourself! You are unique and perfect just the way you are so NEVER be afraid to just say Hey! Thank you to my amazing cast, crew, and band who helped bring my song to life! Thank you to TalkboyTv for the amazing video, to The Performers Academy for casting, to my amazing band members (Will Wu, Fabian Egger, Kurtis Keber, and Clif Johnson) for being soooo awesome, and a huge thank you to the lead actors Christian Felt(boy), Julia Hamilton (tennis girl), Genneya Walton(picnic girl), Larson Thompson(school girl), and Ester Lee(teacher) for being so great to work with! And last but certain not least to my sweet doggies Sasha and Stetson for being the stars of the show!
    Thanks again for watching, sharing, and commenting! I am SOOOOO grateful for your support of me and my music!

    xo~Skylar

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    Julia Lee -- Tell Me, Daddy

    2:43

    Julia Lee (October 31, 1902 -- December 8, 1958)[2] was an American blues and dirty blues musician.
    Born in Boonville, Missouri, United States, Lee was raised in Kansas City, and began her musical career around 1920, singing and playing piano in her brother George Lee's band, which for a time also included Charlie Parker. She first recorded on the Merritt record labelin 1927 with Jesse Stone as pianist and arranger, and launched a solo career in 1935.
    In 1944 she secured a recording contract with Capitol Records, and a string of R&B hitsfollowed, including Gotta Gimme Whatcha Got (#3 R&B, 1946), Snatch and Grab It (#1 R&B for 12 weeks, 1947, selling over 500,000 copies), King Size Papa (#1 R&B for 9 weeks, 1948), I Didn't Like It The First Time (The Spinach Song) (#4 R&B, 1949), and My Man Stands Out.
    As these titles suggest, she became best known for her trademark double entendresongs, or, as she once said, the songs my mother taught me not to sing. The recordswere credited to 'Julia Lee and Her Boy Friends', her session musicians including Jay McShann, Vic Dickenson, Benny Carter, Red Norvo, Nappy Lamare, and Red Nichols.
    She was married to Frank Duncan, a star catcher and manager of the Negro National League's Kansas City Monarchs. He, like Julia, was a native of Kansas City.
    Although her hits dried up after 1949, she continued as one of the most popular performers in Kansas City until her death in San Diego, California, at the age of 56, from a heart attack.

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    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-Snatch & Grab It Capitol Americana Records-78

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    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends-Snatch & Grab It Capitol Americana Records-78-40028-1947

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    Julia Lee Young Girls Blues 1947

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    Julia Lee & Her Boyfriends

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    King Size Papa 2

    3:21

    A 1948 novelty song recorded by Julia Lee and her Boy Friends. The song was penned by Johnny Gomez and Paul Vance and is sung here by Joadey Ace accompanied on piano by derek leon elton. Recorded live at Hebden Bridge Piano Festival reception evening in March 2016

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    Kansas City Boogie - Julie Lee - Piano Solo 1952 Kansas Citys First Lady Of The Blues

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    Kansas City Boogie a piano solo by Julia Lee 1952

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    Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends Doubtful Blues Capitol Americana Records 78 40056 1947

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    Julia Lee - Show Me Missouri Blues - 1946

    3:07

    Julia Lee (October 31, 1902 - December 8, 1958) was an American blues and dirty blues musician. Born in Boonville, Missouri, Lee was raised in Kansas City, and began her musical career around 1920, singing and playing piano in her brother George Lee's band, which for a time also included Charlie Parker. She first recorded on the Merritt record label in 1927 with Jesse Stone as pianist and arranger, and launched a solo career in 1935.

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    Im Not In Love - with scenes from Summer of Fear- Romanian subtitles

    5:01

    Stranger in Our House (also released as Summer of Fear) is a 1978 American made-for-television horror film directed by Wes Craven and starring Linda Blair, Lee Purcell, Jeremy Slate, Jeff McCracken and Jeff East. The film is based on the book Summer of Fear by Lois Duncan and premiered on NBC on October 31, 1978.

    Plot

    The story concerns a young woman named Julia (Lee Purcell) who goes to live with her aunt's family after she loses both her parents and their housekeeper in a car crash. Although they haven't seen her in ten years, Julia's aunt Leslie, her husband Tom (Jeremy Slate), her son Peter (Jeff East), daughter Rachel (Linda Blair) and youngest son Bobby (James Jarnigan) are all eager to make the new member of the house feel welcome. Rachel is especially thrilled at the thought of having a girl her age around the house and even offers to split her bedroom with her cousin, but Julia seems painfully shy. The family takes note of her strange accent, as it's not the way most people who live on the east coast speak. Trying to open up a bit, Julia gets a makeover and develops a more sophisticated façade.

    One day, Rachel's horse Sundance attacks Julia and tries to trample her. Julia recovers and begins insinuating herself into the family. Rachel's brother and dad seem particularly taken with the fetching young lady in their midst. Odd things begin to happen. After having earlier found a human tooth among Julia's belongings, Rachel discovers a photo of herself missing...and her face breaks out in blotchy hives. She also begins to notice that Julia doesn't always have a reflection in the mirror. The hives render Rachel unable to attend a dance. Julia accompanies Rachel's boyfriend Mike (Jeff McCracken) instead, borrowing a dress that Rachel had made for herself; an arrangement that Rachel should never have agreed to because Mike becomes smitten with Julia and they begin dating. To make matters worse, the cousin also forges a close friendship with Carolyn (Fran Drescher), Rachel's best friend. The next day, Rachel enters into a competition with Sundance, where the horse flips out, breaking its leg in the process and forcing a vet to put it to sleep.

    To her surprise, Rachel finds things in Julia dresser drawers that point to something sinister - burned hair from her fallen horse and her missing photo covered in red paint spots. She speaks to Professor Jarvis (Macdonald Carey) who tells her it may indeed be the work of someone who practices black magic. Before she can show him the evidence however, the professor collapses and is rushed to the hospital. A letter that Julia receives from a friend gets the best of Rachel's curiosity. Rachel phones the friend in Boston and discovers that Julia supposedly sings in her school's glee club. Knowing that the person living in her house doesn't have any interest in music, Rachel further suspects something is not right. Immersing herself in books on the occult, Rachel starts to believe Julia is a witch. During a visit to the professor at the hospital, he tells her that witches do not show up in photographs. A camera is a machine and machines cannot be coerced, she's told. The next day, Rachel encourages her mother to take pictures of the reluctant cousin. Everything comes to a head when Leslie plans a road trip and Rachel finds a map with burn marks on it. It looks as if Julia is planning on causing her mother to have an accident. She also sees Julia overtly seducing her father.

    Too late to stop Leslie from leaving on the trip, Rachel develops the roll of film herself and clearly sees that her suspicions have been correct all along...Julia is nowhere to be found in the photos. Suddenly, Julia comes pounding into the darkroom and the two have a fierce struggle. Rachel manages to break away and she locks the door to the room. She then evades her dad, who tries to stop her. Julia breaks out of the room...her eyes a ghastly white and red. Rachel rushes over to Mike and tells him to get in his car so they can find her mother. Julia takes off after them, hitting Mike's car and trying to drive them off the road. Finally, Rachel and Mike catch sight of Rachel's mom, whose car causes Julia to drive off a cliff to a fiery explosion below. It is then revealed that the real Julia perished alongside her parents in the car crash, and that it was actually Sarah, their housekeeper, who survived the accident. The Bryant family tries to return to normal. Meanwhile, another family welcomes a new nanny into their household. A woman who looks remarkably like the stranger who terrorized the Bryant home...
    Cast

    Linda Blair as Rachel Bryant
    Lee Purcell as Julia Grant / Sarah
    Jeremy Slate as Tom Bryant
    Jeff McCracken as Mike Gallagher
    Jeff East as Peter Bryant
    Carol Lawrence as Leslie Bryant
    Macdonald Carey as Professor Jarvis
    James Jarnigan as Bobby Bryant
    Fran Drescher as Carolyn Baker

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