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Harry Babbitt (1913–2004)

Harry Babbitt was born on November 2, 1913 in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. He was married to Betty Babbitt. He died on April 9, 2004 in Newport Beach, Orange County, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1963 Sunday in New York (performer: "Hello")
 1944 Carolina Blues (performer: "There Goes That Song Again", "Poor Little Rhode Island")
 1943 Around the World (performer: "Don't Believe Everything You Dream", "Candlelight and Wine", "He's Got a Secret Weapon" - uncredited)
 1943 Swing Fever (performer: "I Planted a Rose")
 1943 Thousands Cheer (performer: "I Dug A Ditch")
 1943 Stage Door Canteen (music: "Sleep Baby Sleep (in Your Jeep)" (1943)) / (performer: "A Rookie and His Rhythm" (1943), "Sleep Baby Sleep (in Your Jeep)" (1943))
 1942 My Favorite Spy (performer: "Just Plain Lonesome" (1942), "Got the Moon in My Pocket" (1942))
 1941 Playmates (performer: "Thank Your Lucky Stars and Stripes" (1941), "Romeo Smith and Juliet Jones" (1941), "Humpty Dumpty Heart" (1941), "Que Chica" (1941))
 1940 You'll Find Out (performer: "You've Got Me This Way" (1940), "I'd Know You Anywhere" (1940), "Like the Fella Once Said" (1940), "The Bad Humor Man" (1940), "I've Got a One Track Mind" (1940) - uncredited)
 1939 That's Right - You're Wrong ("The Answer Is Love" (1939)) / (performer: "The Little Red Fox (N'Ya N'Ya You Can't Catch Me)" (1939), "The Answer Is Love" (1939), "Chatterbox" (1939))
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He was the vocalist with Kay Kyser's band from 1938-?.

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Alternate Names:

Harry Babbit

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Three sons: Christopher, Michael and Stephen.

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