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Paul Frees (1920–1986)

Actor, composer, songwriter, voiceover artist and author. He joined ASCAP in 1956, and his chief musical collaborators included Tony Romano, Ruby Raksin, Walter Gross, and Ed Brandt. His popular-song compositions include "Hollywood Soliloquy", "The Clown", "Drowning My Sorrow", and "Voice in the Wind". See full bio »

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Other Works:

Book: "The Writings of Paul Frees: Scripts and Songs from the Master of Voice", ed. Ben Ohmart. Boalsburg, PA: Bear Manor Media, ISBN 1593930119. Contains: "The Demon from Dimension" (screenplay); lyrics; "Partners in Crime", a television treatment; and "Who Knows", an audition script for television. See more »

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3 Print Biographies | 2 Articles | See more »

Alternate Names:

Paul H. Frees | Buddy Green

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Personal Quote:

[asked if he ever had reason to resent his choice of profession] Sometimes, yes. But it's nothing I can't overcome when I look at the bank balance.


Provides multiple voices in Flight from Ashiya (1964), getting into three- and four-way conversations with himself. See more »


Man of a Thousand Voices

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