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Sully Mason (1906–1970)

Sully Mason was born on January 15, 1906 in Durham, North Carolina, USA. He was an actor, known for Carolina Blues (1944), You'll Find Out (1940) and Playmates (1941). He died on November 27, 1970 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Carolina Blues
Carolina Blues Band Member
(1944)
You'll Find Out
You'll Find Out Sully Mason
(1940)
Playmates
Playmates Sully Mason - Band Member
(1941)
That's Right - You're Wrong
(1939)

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 1944 Carolina Blues
Band Member
 1944 G.I. Journal (Short)
Sully
 1943 Swing Fever
Sully
 1943 Thousands Cheer
Singer in 'I Dug a Ditch' Number (uncredited)
 1943 Stage Door Canteen
Kay Kyser Band Singer (uncredited)
 1942 My Favorite Spy
Member Key Kyser's Band
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 1944 Carolina Blues (performer: "Poor Little Rhode Island")
 1943 Thousands Cheer (performer: "I Dug A Ditch")
 1943 Stage Door Canteen (performer: "A Rookie and His Rhythm" (1943))
 1942 My Favorite Spy (performer: "Got the Moon in My Pocket" (1942))
 1941 Playmates (performer: "Thank Your Lucky Stars and Stripes" (1941), "Romeo Smith and Juliet Jones" (1941))
 1940 You'll Find Out (performer: "Like the Fella Once Said" (1940), "The Bad Humor Man" (1940) - uncredited)
 1939 That's Right - You're Wrong (performer: "The Little Red Fox (N'Ya N'Ya You Can't Catch Me)" (1939), "The Answer Is Love" (1939))
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