Angelina (Musacco) Buono
Dominick (Nick) Buono
Dominick (Nick) Buono; lead trumpet player in the Harry James Band for 32 Years; band members called him the Count
Conjet (Connie) Buono Marino
Pasquale (Pat) Buono; photo taken in New York
Nikki Jean Buono, Nick Buono and Patsy (Parker) Buono. In 1939, Nick was playing in
Los Angeles with Johnny "Scat" Davies and his music makers. While playing at the
Blackhawk Cafe in Chicago he got a wire from Harry James and was first trumpeter
starting in 1940 for 32 years. His wife Patsy (Parker) Buono sang with Harry James
and the Ted Weems orchestras.
Back Row, Far Right: Frank Buono, Pasquale Tancorra, Unknown, Danny Tancorra, Nick Buono, Unknown (behind), Tobin, Rocco Parmagiani; Front Row: Chelee Buono, young man on his knees is Vince Dambrose; photo taken 4/20/41
Left to Right: Joey & Vince Dambrose and ther loyal dog, Spottie
Flower Girl (unknown); Ring Boy Frank Buono Jr. at Sister Conjet's
Frank Buono & Julia (Tancorra) Buono with Son Dominick (Nick) Buono
Conjet Buono Marino at Mission Beach
Conjet with niece Nikki Jean Buono
Leonard De Santi (Father Joe DeSanti & Mother Teresa (Buono) DeSanti)
Left to Right: Carl Marino, Conjet (Buono) Marino, Teresa (Buono) De Santi, Joe De Santi
Michalena (Buono) Valenti; Cheerleader San Diego High Cavers
Julia Buono, (Actor Victor Buono), Frank Buono. Victor was born in San Diego 2/3/38
Always remembered for his villainous roles. Played King Tut in Batman 1966 and
Count Manzeppi in the TV series The Wild Wild West (1965). Also did several plays
at the Old Globe. As kids Frank Buono JR. locked Victor in the Wine cellar as a prank.
It became a well talked about Family story.
Conjet (Buono) Marino
Conjet (Buono) Marino going to work at Cliffords Market at 3054 Rosecrans St.
Located south of the Loma Theatre, circa 1955. Phone number AC-3-5782
Conjet Buono, 18-years-old in 1938