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Eve Becke (1906–2001)

Born 15 December 1906, singer Eve Becke started her professional career in the late 1920s as a chorus girl before joining Jack Hulbert's organisation. She was in the chorus of "The House That Jack Built" and "Folly to be Wise". After a three-and-a-half year period as a cabaret artist, she joined Jack Hylton's organisation in variety and ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 94) in London, England, UK

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Known For

Home, Sweet Home
Home, Sweet Home Betty Marlin
(1933)
Say It with Diamonds
(1935)
Death at a Broadcast
Death at a Broadcast Eve Becke - Singer
(1934)
Radio Parade of 1935
(1934)

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 1943 Down Melody Lane (performer: "Angelino Piccolino")
 1940 Cavalcade of Variety (performer: "Angelino")
 1939 Music Hall Parade (performer: "Angelino Piccolino")
 1934 Radio Parade of 1935 (performer: "No-one to Care for Me")
 1934 Death at a Broadcast (performer: "I Love You So" - uncredited)
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 1935 Say It with Diamonds
Sylvia
 1934 Death at a Broadcast
Eve Becke - Singer
 1934 On the Air
Eve Becke
 1933 Home, Sweet Home
Betty Marlin
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 1943 Down Melody Lane
Herself
 1940 Cavalcade of Variety
Herself
 1939 Music Hall Parade
Herself
 1935 Equity Musical Revue No. 1 (Short)
Herself
 1934 Radio Parade of 1935
Herself
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