Connie Stevens – video

Connie Stevens: Short Biography, Net Worth & Career Highlights

Complete biography: Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingoglia is an actress ...

Connie stevens sixteen reasons

This is a really sweet song, so thought I'd upload a good quality version. Even though the description of the man in the lyrics ...

Connie Stevens Sixteen Reasons (HQ Stereo) (1960)

Billboard Charted # 3 U.S. (HQ True Stereo) (All Copyrights Go To Connie Stevens)

TEENAGER IN LOVE ~ Connie Stevens ~ Muppet Show

Connie Stevens and the Mutations perform A TEENAGER IN LOVE on The Muppet Show.

Too Young to Go Steady

Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner Records Too Young to Go Steady · Connie Stevens As Cricket In "Hawaiian Eye" ℗ 1960 ...

Edd Byrnes & Connie Stevens "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb"

Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show. April 04, 1959.

Connie Stevens. Tick Tock. 1970 .

Flip Side ..... Keep growing strong....... Later Recorded by the Stylistics. As Betcha by golly wow.

Connie Stevens on the Dean Martin Celebrity Roast

Connie roasts her friend, George Burns.

Connie Stevens - Tick Tock (1969)

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Polka Dots and Moonbeams - Connie Stevens

ポルカ・ドッツ・アンド・ムーンビームス/ コニー・スティーブンス.

Connie Stevens - 16 reasons from Mulholland Drive 2001

"Sixteen Reasons (Why I Love You)" is a list song written by Bill and Doree Post which in 1960 reached #3 via a recording by ...

Connie Stevens - Your Cheatin' Heart

Connie Stevens singing Your Cheatin' Heart. The song originally appeared on Side-1 of a 1962 Warner Brothers Records Label ...


Connie Stevens does a knockout show at a Thalians event in Los Angeles. She sings specially written lyrics kidding "All the Good ...

Sha Na Na ~with Connie Stevens

Connie Stevens guest stars VERY CUTE.

Connie Stevens receives the Bob Hope Excellence in Entertainment Award

Connie Stevens also received the Bob Hope Excellence in Entertainment Award at the 2011 Congressional Medal of Honor ...

Jim Longworth interviews Connie Stevens

Jim talks with actress Connie Stevens, perhaps best known for her role on he early 60s TV show Hawaiian Eye.

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