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Emil Coleman (1892–1965)

Emil Coleman was born on June 19, 1892 in Odessa, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire. He was an actor, known for Nob Hill (1945), Emil Coleman and His Orchestra (1936) and Emil Coleman and His Orchestra in on the Mellow Side (1944). He died on January 26, 1965 in New York City, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Nob Hill
Nob Hill Pianist
(1945)
Emil Coleman and His Orchestra
Emil Coleman and His Orchestra Himself - Pianist and Band Leader
(1936)
On the Mellow Side
(1945)

Filmography

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 1951 The Arthur Murray Party (TV Series)
Emil Coleman and his Waldorf-Astoria Orchestra / Emil Coleman and His Orchestra
- Episode #2.23 (1951)
- Episode #2.22 (1951)
- Episode #2.21 (1951)
- Episode #2.20 (1951)
- Episode #2.19 (1951)
 1945 Nob Hill
Pianist
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 1943 All Star Melody Masters (Short) (performer: "Just One of Those Things" (1935))
 1936 Emil Coleman and His Orchestra (Short) (music: "Shalimar", "El Patio" - uncredited)
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 1945 On the Mellow Side (Short)
Himself (as Emil Coleman and His Orchestra)
 1936 Emil Coleman and His Orchestra (Short)
Himself - Pianist and Band Leader
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 1944 South American Sway (Short)
Emil Coleman (as Emil Coleman and His Orchestra)
 1943 All Star Melody Masters (Short)
Himself (from Emil Coleman and His Orchestra [1936])
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Emil Coleman and His Orchestra
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Trivia:

Suave leader of a society orchestra, much sought-after for social galas and débutante balls held at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in the 1930's.

Star Sign:

Gemini

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