Some day, when I'm awfully low, when the world is cold,
I will feel a glow just thinking of you... and the way you look tonight.
You are lovely with your smile so warm and your cheeks so soft,
there is nothing for me but to love you, just the way you look tonight.
With each word your tenderness grows, tearing my fear apart...
And that laugh that wrinkles your nose touches my foolish heart.
Lovely... never never change. Keep that breathless charm.
Won't you please arrange it? 'Cause I love you... just the way you look tonight.
Vic Fontaine is the most famous singing hologram of the Star Trek universe. In many
DS9 episodes he touched our hearts with his songs.
The Way You Look Tonight was his final song aboard DS9 in the very last
episode. He was a prominent singer who performed in the 1960s in the city of Las Vegas, United States. Vic's
repertoire contains songs of his contemporary colleagues such as Frank Sinatra, Duke Ellington and Dean Martin.
In 2374, an interactive recreation of Fontaine was featured in a holosuite program created by Felix for his friend
Julian Bashir. This remarkable simulation not only captured Fontaine's personality and sophisticated singing style,
but was self-aware, giving him an attitude appropriate for the period. Vic referred to himself, as well as to other
holographic characters, as a
The Fontaine hologram was designed to be highly perceptive of the intricacies of interpersonal relationships. Both Bashir and Odo found his advice helpful in their respective love lives.
Later, Vic got permission to be permanently activated as a reward for helping Nog out of his depressions.
James Darren, a film actor, TV star, entertainer, director, was born James William Ercolani on 8 June 1936 in
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A chance introduction to the legendary producer/ talent executive Joyce Selznick led to
Darren's signing a seven year contract with Columbia Pictures. During his Columbia years, Darren made 19 films
Gidget. Darren played rich-kid surfer Moondoggie and returned to star in two of the sequels before
going on to other projects. In
Gidget, Darren sang two songs: the title tune and
There's No Such Thing As the Next
Best Thing To Love. Almost without intending to, he became a recording star. In the early 60s his hits included
Goodbye Cruel World, which became number one in the country, as well as
Her Royal Majesty - every one of which made the Top Ten List.
Darren continued to make films and in 1966 starred as Dr. Tony Newman in
The Time Tunnel, his first TV series.
When the show ended, Darren decided to concentrate on his singing. He teamed with comedian Buddy Hackett for what
would become a ten-year partnership touring the country.
In 1983, Darren was offered the role of Jim Corrigan on the ABC
TJ Hooker. The part of Hooker was played by William Shatner, better known as Captain James Tiberius Kirk.
Darren directed the final episode of TJ Hooker, which led to multiple TV directing jobs including
James Darren was married to Gloria Terlitzky from 1955 until 1959, with whom he has a son. In 1960 he got married to his present wife, the former Miss Denmark of 1958, Evy Norlund. He has two sons with her. The son with his first wife is CNN anchorman Jim Moret. James took his current surname in 1959, inspired by the famous automobile. He was a close friend to Frank Sinatra and his family and is his granddaughter's - Angela Jennifer Lambert - Godfather.
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine(guest star)
Deep Space Nine is over and most probably won't come back. But when you loved Vic and his songs, you can listen to
them on the CD
This One's From the Heart by James Darren.
This One's From the Heart were Vic's words before
The Way You Look Tonight in
What You Leave Behind.
Tracks included on this CD are:
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