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, and his robe and turban wearing band, were known for driving 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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