What is tommy?


Tommy is a given name that is usually the English diminutive of Thomas. The name also could refer to:

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Tommy - Other
... Tommy (1931 film), a 1931 Soviet film directed by Yakov Protazanov Tommy Atkins, generic nickname for a British soldier (particularly in World War I ...
The Monkees (album) - Session Information
... Theme From) The Monkees" Written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart Lead vocal by Micky Dolenz Backing vocals Tommy Boyce Guitar Wayne Erwin, Gerry McGee, and Louie Shelton Bass Larry Taylor. 8 pm-12 am) Produced by Michael Nesmith "Gonna Buy Me a Dog" Written by Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart Lead vocals by Micky Dolenz and Davy Jones Guitar Wayne Erwin ...
Another Country (play) - Productions
1982, the production initially also featured Kenneth Branagh as Tommy Judd ... the role of Guy in late 1982, when John Dougall took over Tommy, and was succeeded in the role by Colin Firth in early 1983, by which time James Newall was appearing as Tommy, and Julien Ball as Menzies ...
Tommy Shepard - Biography
... Tommy Shepard began playing trombone in his junior year in high school ... The invitation to join Kenton came as a direct result of a rehearsal band that Tommy had formed in 1948 ... Tommy kept the band going until 1953 when he went with Kenton ...
Tommy Shepard
... Tommy Shepard (March 31, 1923 – February 23, 1993) was an American trombonist who worked extensively in both Chicago and Hollywood as a regular recording artist for the top recording, television, and film studios ... He had a trombone sound that was often compared to Tommy Dorsey ... Tommy is also well known as a photographer, who took behind-the-scenes photographs of many of the top entertainers of the 1960s ...

Famous quotes containing the word tommy:

    Here’s a wing [laughs]. What do you like, the leg or the wing, Henry, or do you still go for the old hearts and lungs?
    Nicholas Pileggi, U.S. screenwriter, and Martin Scorsese. Tommy DeVito (Joe Pesci)

    Tommy: Life is short.
    Alice Hyatt: So are you.
    Robert Getchell, U.S. screenwriter, and Martin Scorsese. Tommy (Alfred Lutter)