(writer: "The Chipmunk Song" / as Ross Bagdasarian Sr.)
The King of Queens
(writer: "The Chipmunk Song Christmas Don't Be Late" - uncredited / performer: "The Chipmunk Song Christmas Don't Be Late" - uncredited / producer: "The Chipmunk Song Christmas Don't Be Late" - uncredited)
(writer: "The Chipmunk Song" 1958 / performer: "The Chipmunk Song" 1958 / as David Seville)
(writer: "WITCH DOCTOR")
(writer: "Witch Doctor" / performer: "Witch Doctor" / as David Seville)
Call Her Mom
(music: "Come On A My House" / lyrics: "Come On A My House")
(performer: "I Love You Je t'aime" 1923 - uncredited)
(music: "Come On-A My House" 1951 - uncredited / lyrics: "Come On-A My House" 1951 - uncredited)
Gas Station Attendant
Singing Prisoner of War
The Time of Your Life (1939). Comedy. Written and co-directed by William Saroyan
. Co-directed by Eddie Dowling
. Booth Theatre: 25 Oct 1939- 6 Apr 1940 (185 performances). Cast: Edward Andrews
(as "Tom"), Ainsworth Arnold, Ross Bagdasarian
(as "Newsboy"), Cathie Bailey, Reginald Beane, William Bendix
David Seville and The Chipmunks | David Seville and the Chipmunks | David Seville
Did You Know?
On his initial success with the Chipmunks, 1958: "It was a wonderful sight to see stacks of my records piled high on a cigar store counter and selling as fast as the clerk could take the money."
Named the Chipmunks after executives at Liberty Records, who released Seville's and the Chipmunks' albums. Alvin was named for company president Alvin Bennett, Simon for company vice-president/record producer Si Waronker, and Theodore for recording engineer Ted Keep.