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Bonnie Baker (I) (1917–1990)

Bonnie Baker was born on April 1, 1917 in Orange, Texas, USA as Evelyn Nelson Underhill. She was an actress, known for The Founder (2016), You're the One (1941) and Spotlight Scandals (1943). She was married to William Henry Gailey Jr., Frank E. Taylor, Hollingsworth Morse and Claude R. Lakey. She died on August 11, 1990 in Fort Lauderdale, ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Founder
The Founder Soundtrack
You're the One
You're the One Bonnie Baker
Spotlight Scandals
Spotlight Scandals Bonnie Baker
Operation Cold Feet
Operation Cold Feet Chilly Willy Vocal


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 1956 Operation Cold Feet (Short)
Chilly Willy Vocal (singing voice, as 'Wee' Bonnie Baker)
 1956 Hold That Rock (Short)
Chilly Willy Vocal (singing voice, as 'Wee' Bonnie Baker)
 1951 Armstrong Circle Theatre (TV Series)
 1949 NBC Presents (TV Series)
- Sugar and Spice (1949)
 1943 Spotlight Scandals
Bonnie Baker
 1941 You're the One
Bonnie Baker
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 2016 The Founder (performer: "Sh Baby's Asleep")
 1961 St. Moritz Blitz (Short) (performer: "Chilly Willy")
 1956 Operation Cold Feet (Short) (performer: "Chilly Willy" (2nd Theme) - as "Wee" Bonnie Baker)
 1956 Hold That Rock (Short) (performer: "Chilly Willy" (2nd Theme) - as "Wee" Bonnie Baker)
 1943 Spotlight Scandals (performer: "The Restless Age", "Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!", "Goodnight, Now", "The Lilac Tree")
 1941 You're the One (performer: "You're the One", "Oh, Johnny")
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 1950-1952 The Ken Murray Show (TV Series)
 1938 Orrin Tucker and His Orchestra (Short)
Herself (vocalist) (as Wee Bonnie Baker)

Personal Details

Other Works:

Bonnie Baker Show (radio program) National Broadcasting Company - Hollywood Studios with Ernie Newton, Don Forbes & Chick Floyd's Orchestra

Alternate Names:

'Wee' Bonnie Baker | Wee Bonnie Baker

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Had the unusual distinction of singing a love duet with 'Porky Pig' when she recorded "That's All Folks!" with Mel Blanc, for Capitol Records.

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