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Hal Derwin (1914–1998)

Hal Derwin was born on July 14, 1914 as Harold W. Derwin. He died on February 9, 1998 in San Diego, California, USA. See full bio »


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Lucky Me
Lucky Me Soundtrack
My Dream Is Yours
My Dream Is Yours Soundtrack
The Girl Most Likely


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 1958 The Girl Most Likely (performer: "Travelogue")
 1954 Lucky Me (performer: "Lucky Me", "Love You Dearly")
 1952 She's Working Her Way Through College (performer: "The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of")
 1951 Lullaby of Broadway (performer: "Somebody Loves Me", "I Love the Way You Say Goodnight", "Zing! Went the Strings of My Heart" - uncredited)
 1950 The Petty Girl (performer: "I Loves Ya" - uncredited)
 1949 My Dream Is Yours (performer: "Love Finds a Way", "My Dream Is Yours")
 1947 Down to Earth (performer: "This Can't Be Legal", "They Can't Convince Me")
 1947 Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman ("Life Can Be Beautiful" (1947)) / (performer: "Hushabye Island" (1947), "Life Can Be Beautiful" (1947), "A Cowboy's Never Lonesome" (1947), "Lonely Little Ranch House" (1947), "When Love is Young" (1937) (uncredited))
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 1952 Off Limits
News Photographer (uncredited)
 1950 Everybody's Dancin'
Bill Morgan
 1947 Down to Earth
Danny's Singing Voice (voice, uncredited)
 1944 Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo
Singer in Officers' Club (uncredited)
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 1952 She's Working Her Way Through College (transportation coordinator - uncredited)
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 1944 Fellow on a Furlough (Short)

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Vocalist and band leader, who started in the bands of Boyd Raeburn, Shep Fields and Les Brown. He formed his own dance orchestra in Chicago in 1940, touring the U.S. before taking up a long residency at the Biltmore Bowl in Los Angeles.

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