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Red Ingle (1906–1965)

Red Ingle was born on November 7, 1906 in Toledo, Ohio, USA as Ernest Jansen Ingle. He was an actor, known for Lolita (1997), Red Ingle and His Natural Seven (1948) and Movietone Melodies: Red Ingle and His Gang (1950). He died on September 7, 1965 in Santa Barbara, California, USA. See full bio »
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 1950 Movietone Melodies: Red Ingle and His Gang (Short)
'Red' Ingle
 1948 Red Ingle and His Natural Seven (Short)
Bandleader Red Ingle
 1947 Ladies' Man
Ernest 'Red' Ingle, City Slicker Band Member (uncredited)
 1946 Breakfast in Hollywood
City Slicker Vocalist (uncredited)
 1945 Bring on the Girls
City Slicker Vocalist (uncredited)
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 1997 Lolita (performer: "Tim-Tayshun")
 1950 Movietone Melodies: Red Ingle and His Gang (Short) (performer: "Hollywood Square Dance", "I Love You for Seventy Mental Reasons", "Sweet Sue, Just You")
 1948 Red Ingle and His Natural Seven (Short) (performer: "The Man With the Big Sombrero", "Concerto for Violin in E", "Cigareets and Whiskee' and Wild Wild Women", "How Strange", "Your Red Wagon", "The Natural Seven Stomp") / (writer: "The Natural Seven Stomp")
 1945 Bring on the Girls (performer: "Chloe" - uncredited)
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 1961 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (TV Series)
- Episode #14.3 (1961) ... Himself
 1960 Startime (TV Series)
- The Swingin' Singin' Years (1960) ... Himself

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