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Muzzy Marcellino (1912–1997)

Originally trained on violin and guitar, Marcellino started on the music scene as a teenager with the Lofner-Harris band, based at the Hotel St.Francis in San Francisco. When Ted Fio Rito became the hotel's resident bandleader in 1932, Marcellino joined him and eventually doubled up as guitarist and lead male vocalist. During his six years with ... See full bio »

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Known For

Life with Linkletter
Life with Linkletter Orchestra Leader
(1950)
Sea Melody
Sea Melody Muzzy
(1938)
Populaire
Populaire Soundtrack
(2012)
The High and the Mighty
The High and the Mighty Miscellaneous Crew
(1954)

Filmography

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 1953 Lili
Whistler in Ballet Sequence (uncredited)
 1950 Life with Linkletter (TV Series)
Orchestra Leader
 1938 Sea Melody (Short)
Muzzy
 1935 Broadway Gondolier
Member of the Debutantes (uncredited)
 1935 Roberta
Wabash Indianian (uncredited)
 1934 Twenty Million Sweethearts
Band Singer (uncredited)
 1933 Air Tonic (Short)
Band member
 1933 The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
Band Member
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Whistled the theme from The High and The Mighty

Alternate Names:

Muzz Marcellino & His House Party Group
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Trivia:

Famous whistler.

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Sagittarius

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