Mario Lanza was one of the most famous tenors the world has ever known — bigger than Pavarotti, Carreras or Domingo. All three were inspired by Lanza, who became the first true crossover artist when MGM made him a matinee idol during the 1950s with box office hits such as “The Toast of New Orleans,” “The Great Caruso” and “The Student Prince.” Lanza was a Hollywood film star, but the most dramatic role he ever played was that of Mario Lanza himself. It was a life overflowing with fame, passion, tantrums, success, vices, generosity and incomprehensible tragedies played to a soundtrack of one of the most beautiful singing voices ever heard. This is the Mario Lanza story.
Mario Lanza The Best Of Everything
Mario Lanza: The Best of Everything Published on Jun 12, 2019
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