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John Rarig (1912–1991)

John Rarig was born on August 25, 1912 in Washington, USA. He is known for his work on Sleeping Beauty (1959), Lady and the Tramp (1955) and Jingle Belles (1941). He was married to Jean. He died on January 2, 1991 in Mariposa, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1944 Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Member of Sportsmen's Quartette (uncredited)
 1942 Lost Canyon
Singing Ranch Hand - The Sportsmen Quartette (uncredited)
 1941 Jingle Belles (Short)
Singer (as The Sportsmen)
 1941 Puddin' Head
Member of The Sportsmen Quartet (as The Sportsman Quartette)
 1941 The Nifty Nineties (Short)
Singer (voice, uncredited)
 1941 Ziegfeld Girl
Singer: Song 'Whispering' (uncredited)
 1940 Isle of Destiny
Sportsman Quartet Member
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 1959 Sleeping Beauty (choral arranger)
 1955 Lady and the Tramp (vocal arrangements)
 1952 The Files of Jeffrey Jones (TV Series) (composer: theme music)
 1952 Mr. & Mrs. North (TV Series) (composer: theme music)
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 1951 Footlight Varieties (writer: "Hi Time")
 1941 Ziegfeld Girl (music: "Whispering" (1920) - uncredited) / (performer: "Whispering" (1920) - uncredited)
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The Sportsman Quartette | The Sportsmen
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Virgo

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