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Ray Conniff (1916–2002)

Ray Conniff was born on November 6, 1916 in Attleboro, Massachusetts, USA. He is known for his work on The Help (2011), There's Something About Mary (1998) and How to Save a Marriage and Ruin Your Life (1968). He was married to Vera, Ann Marie Engberg and Emily Jo Ann Imhof. He died on October 12, 2002 in Escondido, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1979-1983 Archie Bunker's Place (TV Series) (performed by - 97 episodes)
- I'm Torn Here (1983) ... (performed by)
- Small Claims Court (1983) ... (performed by)
- No One Said It Was Easy (1983) ... (performed by)
- Bunker Madness (1983) ... (performed by)
- Store Wars (1983) ... (performed by)
 1950 The Big Hangover (orchestrator - uncredited)
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The Hanging Tree (1959) - his arrangement and backing of Marty Robbins' rendition of the title tune can be heard during the credits. See more »

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His musical background was gained from the gift of having musically-trained parents. His father, a trombone player, led a local band while his mother played the piano, and the young Ray followed in his parents' footsteps, eventually becoming more successful than the family could have ever dreamed. Conniff led a band while in high school. He moved to Boston and began playing with Dan Murphy's ... See more »

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