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Alan Dale (II) (1925–2002)

The man many consider to have possessed the greatest voice ever in popular music, Alan Dale had a career that spanned three decades and 16 record labels. At age 17 he was a big-band vocalist, first with Carmen Cavallaro, then George Paxton. In 1948 he achieved stardom via CBS' musical quiz show Sing It Again (1950) (this is the program referred to... See full bio »

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Known For

The Alan Dale Show
The Alan Dale Show Himself / Host
(1948)
Sing It Again
Sing It Again Himself - Singer (1951)
(1950)
Don't Knock the Rock
Don't Knock the Rock Arnie Haines
(1956)
Cavalcade of Stars
Cavalcade of Stars Himself - Guest Vocalist / Himself
(1951-1952)

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 1970 Cauliflower Cupids
Honest John Bradley
 1956 Don't Knock the Rock
Arnie Haines
 1953 Opera vs. Jazz (TV Series)
Regular
 1951 Actors Hotel (TV Series)
Uncle Antonio
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Book: "My America" (Agatha Press) See more »

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In 1953 gossip columns reported that Universal Pictures was floating the idea of teaming Dale with his pal Buddy Hackett, as its answer to Paramount's box-office sensations Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. Nothing came of the idea because Dale preferred to remain a solo act. See more »

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