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Leighton Noble (1912–1994)

Leighton Noble was born on December 25, 1912 in Pasadena, California, USA. He was an actor, known for It Ain't Hay (1943), Crazy House (1943) and White Christmas (1954). He was married to Billie Grafton. He died on March 6, 1994 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. See full bio »

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Known For

It Ain't Hay
It Ain't Hay Private Joe Collins
Crazy House
Crazy House Johnny
White Christmas
White Christmas Bandleader
Confidential Agent
Confidential Agent Piano Player


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 1955 At Gunpoint
Bob, the New Teller (uncredited)
 1955 Bring Your Smile Along
Orchestra Conductor (uncredited)
 1955 Seven Angry Men
Merchant (uncredited)
 1955 Dial Red O
Charlie - Dispatcher (uncredited)
 1954 White Christmas
Bandleader (uncredited)
 1945 Confidential Agent
Piano Player (uncredited)
 1945 Blonde from Brooklyn
Leighton Noble, Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
 1943 Crazy House
Johnny (as Leighton Noble and His Orchestra)
 1943 It Ain't Hay
Private Joe Collins
 1934 Gift of Gab
Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
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 1943 Crazy House ("My Rainbow Song", uncredited) / (performer: "My Song Without Words" - uncredited)
 1943 It Ain't Hay (performer: "Hang Your Troubles on a Rainbow", "Sunbeam Serenade")

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Leighton Noble and His Orchestra

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Singer who took over leadership of the Orville Knapp Orchestra from George Olsen in 1937, after several members of the band had become disaffected. Noble's first engagement was at Frank Dailey's Meadowbrook, after which his society orchestra was featured in many of the swank hotels across the United States. He recorded for Vocalion and Bluebird, as well as gaining further exposure by appearing in... See more »

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