The husband and wife team of Jimmy and Mildred Mulcay were a harmonica duo that was moderately popular in the 1940s and '50s. They had hits in the early '50s with My Happiness and Alabamy Bound, toured with Bob Hope and appeared in several forgettable "B" movies with titles like Variety Girl, Night Club Girl and Varieties on Parade.
The duo's last on-screen appearance, in 1966, was in a piece of dreck called The Girl From Tobacco Row, headlined by Tex Ritter and Rachel Roman. The film premiered in Louisville, Ky., (presumably at a drive-in) and featured the tag line, "A girl wilder than a peach orchard hog." And no, I'm not making this up.
In any case, the Mulcays made some fine music in their day including the 1955 album pictured above, The Mulcays Play for a Kiss in the Dark. It was released on Somerset, the label that brought you the 101 Strings. The title song from the album is below for your listening and downloading pleasure. I think you'll agree the Hawaiian steel guitar is a nice touch.
A Kiss in the Dark
Used copies of the Kiss in the Dark LP are for sale at a reasonable price in the Amazon marketplace. And a dozen songs by the Mulcays, not including A Kiss in the Dark, are available from iTunes.
And to round things off, here's a video of the Mulcays performing with Bob Hope. The date of the appearance isn't specified.