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Don Elliott (III) (1926–1984)

Don Elliott was born on October 21, 1926 in Somerville, New Jersey, USA as Donald Lester Helfman. He is known for his work on The Getaway (1972), The Happy Hooker (1975) and Pecker (1998). He was married to Doris Elliott. He died on July 5, 1984 in Weston, Connecticut, USA. See full bio »


(age 57) in Weston, Connecticut, USA

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The Getaway
The Getaway Music Department
The Happy Hooker
The Happy Hooker Music Department
Pecker Soundtrack
Walk Don't Run
Walk Don't Run Soundtrack


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 1975 The Happy Hooker (music arranger) / (music producer)
 1972 The Getaway (musical voices) / (musician: vibraphone - uncredited)
 1961 Number Please (TV Series) (musical director)
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 1998 Pecker (writer: "Uh! Oh!" (1959) - as Don Elliot)
 1975 The Happy Hooker (lyrics: "Put Yourself in my Hands", "One to One") / (music: "Put Yourself in my Hands", "One to One")
 1966 Walk Don't Run (performer: "Happy Feet")
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 1971 Great Performances (TV Series) (1 episode)
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 1972 Dig (Short)
Aunt Sedimentary (voice)
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 1971 $ (the human instrument)
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 1957 The Patrice Munsel Show (TV Series)
- Episode #1.11 (1957) ... Himself

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Along with Sascha Burland, he created The Nutty Squirrels, two chipmunk characters that sang jazzy scat numbers. The Nutty Squirrels scored a top 15 hit (USA) with "Uh! Oh! Part 2" in 1959.

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