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(1935) Single: "Silent Night" (Decca)

(????) Songwriter: "Where the Blue of the Night Meets the Gold of the Day".

(1932) He joined ASCAP, and collaborated musically with Al Rinker, Harry Barris, Roy Turk, Fred Ahlert, Victor Young and Ned Washington.

(1949) Magazine ad: Chesterfield cigarettes,

(1928) Single: He made the very first recording of the Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II classic "Ol' Man River" (from "Show Boat") with Paul Weston and His Orchestra, in January, only three weeks after the show opened on Broadway. Crosby's version was intended for dancing, and was radically (and, some say, ridiculously) different--fast and upbeat, with the song's tragic lyric treated extremely lightly and off-handedly.

(1963) Single: He made the very first recording of Noel Regney's Christmas song "Do You Hear What I Hear?", on November 25, the day of President John F. Kennedy's funeral.

(????) CD (w/Bob Hope): "Bing Crosby/Bob Hope: Two of a Kind" (USP)

(????) CD: "My Favorite Love Songs" (USP)

(????) CD: "My Favorite Irish Songs" (USP)

(1961) TV commercial: Appeared in a commercial for the Oldsmobile Starfire for his Bing Crosby Golf Tournament special on ABC Sunday.

(1956) TV commercial: Ford Thunderbird

(1950s) TV commercial (UK): Shell gasoline (sings jingle)

(1969) Single: "It's All In The Game" / "More And More" (Amos Records)

(1969) Single: "Lonely Street" / "Hey Jude" (Amos Records)

(1935) Single: "Red Sails in the Sunset" (Decca)

(1935) Single: "I'm Easy to Remember" (Decca)

(1935) Single: "Soon" (Decca)

(1934) Single: "June in January" (Decca)

(1934) Single: "Love In Bloom" (Brunswick)

(1934) Single: "Little Dutch Mill" (Brunswick)

(1933) Single: "Shadow Waltz" (Brunswick)

(1933) Single: "You're Getting to Be a Habit With Me" (Brunswick)

(1932) Single: "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" (Brunswick)

(1932) Single: "Please" (Brunswick)

(1932) Single: "Where the Blue of the Night (Meets the Gold of the Day)" (Brunswick)

(1932) Single: "Dinah" (Brunswick)

(1931) Single: "At Your Command" (Brunswick)

(1931) Single: "Just One More Chance" (Brunswick)

(1931) Single: "Out of Nowhere" (Brunswick)

(1944) Single: "San Fernando Valley" (Decca)

(1943) Single (w/The Andrews Sisters): "Jingle Bells" (Decca)

(1944) Single: "I Love You" / "I'll Be Seeing You" (Decca)

(1942) Single: "Moonlight Becomes You" (Decca; from the film Road to Morocco (1942))

(1942) Single: "White Christmas" (Decca; from the film Holiday Inn (1942))

(1940) Single: "Only Forever" (Decca)

(1940) Single: "Trade Winds" (Decca)

(1940) Single: "Sierra Sue" (Decca)

(1938) Single: "You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" (Decca)

(1938) Single: "I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams" (Decca)

(1937) Single: "Remember Me?" (Decca)

(1937) Single: "The Moon Got in My Eyes" (Decca)

(1937) Single: "Too Marvelous for Words" (Decca)

(1937) Single: "Sweet Leilani" (Decca)

(1936) Single: "Pennies From Heaven" (Decca; from the film Pennies from Heaven (1936))

(1944) Single (w/The Williams Bros. Quartet): "Swinging on a Star" (Decca; from the film Going My Way (1944))

(1/11/43) Radio: Appeared (as "Jim Hardy"_ in a "Screen Guild Theater" production of "Holiday Inn".

(12/20/43) Radio: Appeared in a "Lux Radio Theater" production of "Dixie".

(9/18/57) Radio: Appeared in a "Family Theater" production of "T. Smith and Wife" with Dana Andrews (host) and starring Irene Dunne.

(12/8/74) Guested on the daytime program "AM New York" also appearing Kathryn Grant (credited as Kathryn Crosby), Judith Viorst and Fanne Foxe.

(12/10/76) Appeared on the daytime program "Midday". Also appearing were Kathryn Grant (credited as Kathryn Crosby), Art Buchwald, Jackie Vernon and Melba Moore.

(12/4/47) Radio: Appeared on the "Burns & Allen Show" episode "Gracie Wants Bing Crosby to Retire."

(3/7/45) Radio: Appeared on "Special V-E Day Broadcast", Armed Forces Radio Service.

(????) Songwriter: "Where Are You (Girl of My Dreams)?".

(????) Songwriter: "Love Me Tonight".

(12/24/44) Radio: Appeared in a "Philco Hall of Fame" broadcast of "The Happy Prince" (NBC).

(????) Songwriter: "I Don't Stand a Ghost of a Chance with You".

(????) Songwriter: "From Monday On".

(????) Songwriter: "Rhat's Grandma".

(????) Songwriter: "At Your Command".

(1927) Stage: Appeared in "Lucky" (Broadway debut) on Broadway. Also in cast: Mary Eaton, Paul Whiteman, Paul Whiteman and Orchestra. Produced by Charles B. Dillingham.

(1928) Stage: Appeared in "Whoopee" on Broadway. Musical. Also in cast: Eddie Cantor. Produced by Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.. NOTE: Crosby made his first appearance on December 24 as one of the The Rhythm Boys when Paul Whiteman and Orchestra replaced George Olson's band.

(10/6/47) Radio: Appeared (as "Father Chuck O'Malley") in a "Screen Guild Theatre" broadcast of "The Bells of St. Mary's".

(8/26/41) Radio: Appeared (as "Father Chuck O'Malley") in a "Screen Guild Theatre" broadcast of "The Bells of St. Mary's".


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