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Buddy Clark (I) (1912–1949)

Buddy Clark grew up in the Westend of Boston. As a youngster, he expressed strong interests in sports, body building, exercising, and one of his big dreams was to become a professional baseball player. Buddy even had plans to become a lawyer. He attended Northeastern Law School in Boston, however his love for music was stronger than his dreams of ... See full bio »

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 2007/I Crazy Love (Documentary) (performer: "Linda")
 2001 Festival in Cannes (performer: "Passing By")
 1990 Avalon (performer: "I'll Dance at Your Wedding")
 1989 Harlem Nights (performer: "Heaven Help This Heart Of Mine", "Take My Heart")
 1971 A Safe Place (performer: "It's a Big, Wide Wonderful World", "Passing By')
 1949 Song of Surrender (performer: "Song of Surrender")
 1948 Musical Merry-Go-Round #3 (Short) (performer: "I'll Dance at Your Wedding", "Linda", "Serenade (Music Played on a Heartstring)")
 1948 Melody Time (performer: "Melody Time")
 1937 Wake Up and Live (performer: "Wake Up and Live", "Never in a Million Years", "It's Swell of You")
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CD: "Linda" (Columbia)
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Popular singer of the 1940s ("Linda," "How Are Things in Glocca Mora?," several popular duets with Doris Day) and occasional film actor. Before achieving fame on his own, he also dubbed in singing for several non-singing actors (Jack Haley, William Holden) on film and sang with Wayne King's orchestra. He died in 1949 at the age of 37, at the height of his fame, when the private plane in which he ... See more »

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