THE JUKEBOX: Men Look Twice

The Hollywoods are full of tall. tawny-blonde pinups who have fared better on film than Lola Jean Albright, and the jukeboxes rattle with records made by singers who sell more songs. But when Lola's latest release, Dreamsville, went out to the deejays last week, its fans were readymade. For Lola is Edie Hart, the slim, smoky-voiced saloon singer, the girl wrho keeps the fires warm for TV's Private Eye Peter Gunn, the blue-eyed sentimentalist who can whisper into the mike and convince a million televiewers that she is alone with each one of them. The songs may be old—They Didn't...

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