Screenwriter (Son of Dracula). Jay Fairbank, who wrote the screenplay for "Son of Dracula" is actually actress Jennifer Jayne (Jennifer Jones).
See also: Jennifer Jayne.
Before singing Harry's "Don't Forget Me" during her Evening In The Weimar Republic concert tour, Marianne Faithfull told strange stories about Harry's death. She has stated that he died in a dentist's chair and that his casket was lost when it fell into a crevice during the Northridge Earthquake. There is absolutely no truth to these stories.
The group of musicians who recorded the basic tracks for the soundtrack of Popeye in Malta:
Van Dyke Parks
The Mysterious Karsten
Bob Segarini's band which recorded "Miss Butter's Lament" by Bob and Harry and a song called "He Spins Around" about Harry.
Patty Farrella introduced Harry to Derek Taylor. A friend and fan of Harry's, at that time she was working for Paul Cooper at A&M.
Songwriter ("All For Your Love")
Musician (Flash Harry)
See also: Wilton Felder Credits.
Producer ("How About You"). Fenton has composed music for a wide variety of motion pictures, receiving Academy Award nominations for his work on The Fisher King, Dangerous Liaisons, Cry Freedom and Gandhi.
His other film credits include Mary Reilly, Mixed Nuts, The Madness of King George, Ladybird, Ladybird, Shadowlands, Born Yesterday, Groundhog Day, Hero, Final Analysis, White Palace, Memphis Belle, We're No Angels, A Handful of Dust, High Spirits, 84 Charing Cross Road, White of the Eye, The Company of Wolves and The Object of My Affection. Most recently Fenton composed the music for Dangerous Beauty, The Woodlanders, Carla's Song, and You've Got Mail.
See also: George Fenton.
Violin (...That's the Way It Is)
See also: Henry Ferber Credits.
A Field of Grass
A dance by the Paul Taylor Dance Company choreographed to songs written or performed by Harry.
See also: Paul Taylor Dance Company.
Fifi Oscard Associates, Inc.
Firm which marketed The Telephone by acting as a intermediary in negotiations between the producer and distributor.
Trombone (Pussy Cats)
See also: Chuck Findley Credits.
Songwriter ("Lullaby in Ragtime"). Fine wrote "Lullaby In Ragtime" for her husband, Danny Kaye's film The Five Pennies.
Harry's version of the song was used in a series of automobile commercials on TV in the UK.
See also: Sylivia Fine.
The Fisher King
A film by Terry Gilliam which features Harry's "How About You."
See also: Fisher King.
Bass (Nilsson Schmilsson)
See also: Herbie Flowers Credits.
Violin (...That's the Way It Is)
See also: Ronald Folsom Credits.
Steve Forbert performs "The Moonbeam Song" on the For The Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson album.
See: Steve Forbert
See also: Steve Forbert Official Web Site.
Choreographer. The film All That Jazz is based on Fosse's life and features Harry's song, "Perfect Day."
See also: Bob Fosse.
The name under which Harry recorded the song "Stand Up And Holler."
The label on which Harry's recording of "Stand Up And Holler" was released.
Four Point Music
Publisher ("Readin' Ridin' And Racin'")
Guitar (Son of Schmilsson)
See: Peter Frampton
See also: Peter Frampton Official Web Site.
Director (Son of Dracula). Francis began his career as a camera operator in the 1940's. He was a cinematographer in the 1950's then went on to direct a number of horror films during the 1960's and 1970's.
See also: Freddie Francis.
Jimmy B. Frazier
Television director and editor. Frazier was a member of Hawkeye Entertainment's advisory board.
Ronald E. Frazier
Television ("Taxi") and film producer. Frazier was a member of Hawkeye Entertainment's advisory board.
Songwriter ("How About You")
Songwriter ("Rock Around the Clock")
Harry admired both the architectural and social opinions of Buckminster Fuller. Fuller's drawings illustrate the Harry Nilsson, Nilsson Schmilsson songbook.
See also: Buckminster Fuller's Universe: His Life and Work.