The Hotel Whitcomb, where Belinda Thompson, from Dialing Dreams, worked as a telephone operator, is a real San Francisco historic hotel. Maybe you’ll even stay here during your adventure in the City by the Bay!


Too scared to tell anyone she’d entered the singing competition, this daring young woman chose to take a leap anyway! (Reminded me of Belinda Thompson in Dialing Dreams.)


With determination and belief, you can see your dreams come true, just like jazz singer Amanda Wood did!


Oh, this has to be the most romantic duet ever! (Aside from Nick Hart and Belinda’s Thompson’s duet together, of course!) Watch for the part where they dance….Sigh.


Dialing Dreams Soundtrack

Be serenaded by these classy numbers while you’re immersed in the world of Dialing Dreams. Or savor them while you’re out living the jazz experience!

  1. Operator, Please – Matt Dusk (The song that inspired my story#7 on his Good News album)
  2. I’ve Got the World On A String – Frank Sinatra
  3. Fly Me To The Moon – Tony Bennett
  4. I Left My Heart in San Francisco – Tony Bennett


Jazz clubs in San Francisco

Visit one while when you’re out living your jazz experiences!

  1. Yoshi’s San Francisco  1330 Fillmore St., San Francisco, CA  (415) 655-5600
  2. Club Deluxe 1511 Haight St., San Francisco, CA, (415) 552-6949
  3. Rasselas Jazz Club & Restaurant  1534 Fillmore St., San Francisco, CA (415) 346-8696
  4. Café Claude  7 Claude Lane, San Francisco, CA  (415) 392-3505


Special Thanks:


Matt Dusk

Pat Steel

Caitlin Brezinski

Marilyn Kurtz

Tabitha Zimmer

Maren Woodward

Danelle McCafferty

Suzi Arensberg Discou


B.E.ZEE Productions

Greg Ochitwa

Cydney Toth Photography

Angela Waters Art

Anthony’s Fashion for Men

Trino’s Menswear

From Past Times Antiques

Long & McQuade Music

Regina Little Theatre

Regina Florist, The Diplomat Steakhouse, The Artesian Theatre

Salon Snax

Maren Woodward