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Ray Eberle (I) (1919–1979)

Ray Eberle was born on January 19, 1919 in Hoosick Falls, New York, USA as Raymond Eberle. He was married to Joanne Genthon and Janet Young. He died on August 25, 1979 in Douglasville, Georgia, USA. See full bio »

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 2009 My Music: The Big Band Years (TV Movie) (performer: "Moonlight Serenade", "At Last", "Elmer's Tune", "Moonlight Cocktail" - uncredited)
 1997 The Visitor (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- The Devil's Rainbow (1997) ... (performer: "At Last" - uncredited)
 1973 Class of '44 (performer: "Along The Santa Fe Trail")
 1947 Columbia Thrills of Music: George Towne and His Orchestra (Short) (performer: "Without Love")
 1944 This Is the Life (performer: "All or Nothing At All" - uncredited)
 1943 Hi'ya, Sailor (performer: "Spell of the Moon", "Just a Step Away from Heaven")
 1943 Mister Big (performer: "This Must Be A Dream")
 1943 Follow the Band (performer: "Spellbound")
 1942 Orchestra Wives (performer: "At Last", "People Like You and Me" - uncredited)
 1941 Sun Valley Serenade (performer: "It Happened in Sun Valley" (1941) - uncredited)
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Other Works:

Single: "It's A Wonderful Nite" / "More Than You Know" (Apollo Records) See more »

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Ray Eberle and His Orchestra

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Vocalist, hired by Glenn Miller in 1938 despite his lack of professional experience. Featured on many Miller recordings, but was sacked in 1942 after turning up late for a rehearsal. Subsequently joined the Krupa organisation and then led his own orchestra (1945-mid-50's) with arrangements by Billy Maxted. See more »

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