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Lloyd Bridges, Billy De Wolfe, and Sonny Tufts in Miss Susie Slagle's (1946)Veronica Lake, Billy De Wolfe, Mona Freeman, and Mary Hatcher in Isn't It Romantic? (1948)Billy De WolfeBing Crosby, Billy De Wolfe, Eddie Foy Jr., Lynne Overman, and Raymond Walburn in Dixie (1943)Bing Crosby, Billy De Wolfe, Eddie Foy Jr., Dorothy Lamour, and Lynne Overman in Dixie (1943)Bing Crosby, Billy De Wolfe, and Dorothy Lamour in Dixie (1943)Billy De Wolfe 9/9/43Billy De Wolfe and Mona Freeman in Dear Brat (1951)Betty Hutton, Billy De Wolfe, and John Lund in The Perils of Pauline (1947)
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Biography

Most certainly egged on by the dandified antics of an Edward Everett Horton, Eric Blore and/or Franklin Pangborn, burlesque clown Billy DeWolfe in turn gave obvious inspiration to such effete cutups as Paul Lynde and Charles Nelson Reilly. Billy's life was one hundred percent show business from start to finish in a career that lasted five decades,... See full bio »
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