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Peggy De Castro (1921–2004)

Peggy De Castro was born on January 24, 1921 in Cibao, Dominican Republic. She was an actress, known for Copacabana (1947), Thrills of Music: Miguelito Valdez and Orchestra (1949) and Rhythms with Rusty (1956). She was married to Bob Lilly and Monte Hale. She died on March 6, 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 83) in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

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 1977 Chico and the Man (TV Series)
Mrs. Toro
- A Minority of One (1977) ... Mrs. Toro
 1956 Rhythms with Rusty (Short)
Singer
 1947 Stairway for a Star
Peggy De Castro (as The De Castro Sisters)
 1947 Copacabana
Peggy De Castro
 1947 Over the Santa Fe Trail
Singer (as The De Castro Sisters)
 1946 Song of the South
Bird Voices (voice, uncredited)
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 2006 Moments to Remember: My Music (TV Movie documentary)
Herself - The Castro Sisters (uncredited)
 1960 About Faces (TV Series)
Herself
- Episode dated 7 September 1960 (1960) ... Herself
 1958 The Jack Paar Tonight Show (TV Series)
Herself
- Episode #1.218 (1958) ... Herself
 1952 Cavalcade of Stars (TV Series)
Herself - Guest Vocalist
- Episode #3.41 (1952) ... Herself - Guest Vocalist
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Alternate Names:

The De Castro Sisters
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Trivia:

Their only hit, the 1955 Sammy Kahn-penned "Teach Me Tonight" (#2 in 1955), has been covered by Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Peggy Lee, Sammy Davis Jr. and Al Jarreau, among others. See more »

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