Clive Quigley, who owns a small office supply firm, thinks he is happily married to Melissa but a visit from Sonia Drysdale shows how wrong he is. It turns out his wife is having an affair with Dave.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Ain't Misbehavin' - Ain't Misbehavin' (song) - Netflix
Ain't Misbehavin' is a 1929 stride jazz/early swing composition with 32 bars in AABA measure with a slow-to-moderate pace. With lyrics by Andy Razaf and score by Thomas “Fats” Waller and Harry Brooks, the number was created specifically as a theme song for the Razaf/Waller/Brooks Broadway musical comedy Connie's Hot Chocolates. In a 1941 interview with Eddie “Rochester” Anderson, Fats said the song was written while “lodging” in alimony prison, and that is why he was not “misbehaving”.
Ain't Misbehavin' - Recordings - Netflix
In the first half of the 20th century, when a tune was successful in terms of sheet music sold, it was typically recorded by several different artists. All six Ain't Misbehavin' recordings of 1929 were hits in the ASCAP rankings for that year: Leo Reisman and his orchestra (with vocals by Lew Conrad, #2) Louis Armstrong (#7) Bill Bojangles Robinson (with Irving Mills & his Hotsy Totsy Gang, #8) Gene Austin (with Leonard Joy & his orchestra, #9) Ruth Etting (#16) Fats Waller (instrumental version, #17) Waller re-recorded the song with vocals for the 1943 film Stormy Weather. Waller's recording received the Grammy Hall of Fame Award in 1984, and it was one of fifty recordings selected for inclusion in the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress in 2004. In 2001, it was one of 365 Songs of the Century selected by the RIAA. Ain't Misbehavin' has been recorded by many other performers over the years, including Anita O'Day, Sarah Vaughan (for “Sarah Vaughan in Hi-Fi”; 1950), Bing Crosby (for “Songs I Wish I Had Sung the First Time Around”), Billie Holiday, Eartha Kitt, Ella Fitzgerald, Django Reinhardt, Harry James, Miles Davis, Kay Starr, Frankie Laine, Art Tatum, Floyd Pepper, Sonny Stitt, Sam Cooke, Johnnie Ray, Sidney Bechet, Ray Charles, Nat King Cole, Elkie Brooks, Eyran Katsenelenbogen, Willie Nelson, Kermit Ruffins, Leon Redbone, Freddie White, Dave Brubeck, Johnny Hartman, Jerome Flynn and Robson Green (Mini tv series UK, 1997), and Bill Haley & His Comets (who recorded a rock and roll version in 1957). Johnnie Ray's version reached number 17 in the UK Singles Chart in May 1956. In 1960, Tommy Bruce and the Bruisers had a number 3 hit in the UK Singles Chart with their cover version of the song.. In 1976, Leon Redbone performed the song on Saturday Night Live. It served as the title song of the successful 1978 musical Ain't Misbehavin'. Country artist Hank Williams, Jr. recorded a version for his 1985 studio album Five-O. Released as a single, the song peaked at
1 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart and earned Williams a Grammy
nomination for Best Country Vocal Performance, Male.