In 1961 Mexican American rock and roll singer Domingo "Sam" Samudio formed his back-up band The Pharaohs. Apparently inspired by Yul Brynner in The 10 Commandments, group leader Sam The Sham was known for driving his robe and turban wearing band to gigs in a 1952 Packard hearse. The band had a breakthrough hit in 1965 with Wolly Bully, which sold more than three million copies. By the end of that year several band members left over a financial dispute. The Pharaohs were reformed and in 1966 the band released Lil' Red Riding Hood, the song hit number one - topping Wolly Bully on the charts. Spoiler - in this video Betty Boop is Lil' Red Riding Hood.
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