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Eddie Peabody (1902–1970)

Eddie Peabody was born on February 19, 1902 in Reading, Massachusetts, USA as Edwin Ellsworth Peabody. He was an actor, known for His College Chums (1929), Banjoland (1928) and Eddie Peabody and Sonny Burke's Orchestra (1951). He died on November 7, 1970 in Covington, Kentucky, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

His College Chums
His College Chums Himself / Banjo / Guitar / Violin
Banjoland Himself - Banjo Player
Eddie Peabody and Sonny Burke's Orchestra
Vitaphone Highlights


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 1938 Rainbow's End (Short)
 1935 Pirate Party on Catalina Isle (Short)
Banjo Player (uncredited)
 1934 The Lemon Drop Kid
Banjo Player
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 1935 Pirate Party on Catalina Isle (Short) (performer: "Anchors Aweigh" - uncredited)
 1929 His College Chums (Short) (performer: "High Up on a Hill-top", "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi", "Blue Skies", "Glorianna")
 1928 Banjoland (Short) (performer: "Barcarolle", "Ramona", "Diane", "Together", "Dream Kisses" - uncredited)
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 1951 Eddie Peabody and Sonny Burke's Orchestra (Short)
Himself - Banjo Player
 1950 Texaco Star Theatre (TV Series)
Himself - Musician
- Episode #2.16 (1950) ... Himself - Musician
 1943 Strum Fun (Short)
Himself (guitarist-banjo player)
 1937 Hula Heaven (Short)
 1936 Vitaphone Highlights (Short)
 1934 Vaudeville on Parade (Short)
Himself - Banjo Player
 1932 Hollywood on Parade No. A-1 (Short)
Himself - Banjo Player
 1929 His College Chums (Short)
Himself / Banjo / Guitar / ...
 1928 Banjoland (Short)
Himself - Banjo Player
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 1997 American Masters (TV Series documentary)
- Vaudeville (1997) ... Himself
 1947 Big Time Revue (Short)
Eddie Peabody

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Alternate Names:

Eddy Peabody


5' 5" (1.65 m)

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Featured on the popular radio show "National Barn Dance" from the late 1930's to the early 40's. See more »


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