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Moment 15: Law of Austerity

The Andrews Sisters . . . In the 1940s the Andrews sisters "found themselves in high demand, and became the most profitable stage attraction in the entire nation, earning $20,000 a week" . . . releasing eight new singles to include 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy', 'Rum and Coca Cola' and 'I’ll be with you in Apple Blossom Time'" (The Andrews Sisters website: http://www.cmgww.com/music/andrews/about/bio2.html)

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The Andrews Sisters,Maxine, Patty & LaVerne, great harmony!

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1947 ,The Andrews Sisters, from left, Maxine Andrews, Patty Andrews, and LaVerne Andrews.

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The Andrews Sisters' - Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy Of Company B From the 1941 Bud Abbott and Lou Costello film, "Buck Privates" ~

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The Andrews Sisters are the most successful female group of the 1940's! Love them!

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from NY Daily News

Last surviving Andrews Sister dead at 94

The Andrews Sisters... they are one of the collective reasons I wish I lived in the 1940's.

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