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Virginia Maxey

Singer, composer and author, educated in public schools and a singer with the orchestras of Charlie Barnet, Tony Pastor and Ziggy Elman, and with the Modernaires. She appeared on television, in night clubs and on records. Joining ASCAP in 1964, her chief musical collaborator was her husband, Matt Dennis, and her popular-song compositions include "... See full bio »

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Known For

Trail to Laredo
(1948)
Big Sister Blues
Big Sister Blues Geraldine Saunders
(1948)
Catalina Interlude
Catalina Interlude Doris Banton, Daughter
(1948)

Filmography

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 1948 Catalina Interlude (Short) (performer: "My Ideal", "Hit the Road To Dreamland" - uncredited)
 1948 Big Sister Blues (Short) (performer: "I Hain't, Tain't, Ain't", "The Secretary Song", "Them There Eyes")
 1948 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra in Redskin Rhumba (Short) (performer: "Jeepers Creepers")
 1948 Trail to Laredo (performer: "Go West Young Lady")
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 1948 Catalina Interlude (Short)
Doris Banton, Daughter
 1948 Big Sister Blues (Short)
Geraldine Saunders
 1948 Trail to Laredo
Classy
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 1948 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra in Redskin Rhumba (Short)
Herself - Band Singer
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Nickname:

Ginny

Star Sign:

Virgo

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