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The DeMarco Sisters

The DeMarco Sisters actually began their career in the latter years of the 1930s when three of them appeared in a film short with Babe Ruth. It was titled, "Home Run on the Keys." The three young DeMarco sisters also appearing regularly on local and national radio at that time. One of those radio appearances would be on The Fred Allen Program, but... See full bio »

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The Ed Sullivan Show
Home Run on the Keys
Home Run on the Keys The Three De Marco Sisters
Skirts Ahoy!
Skirts Ahoy! The Williams Sisters


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 1952 Skirts Ahoy!
The Williams Sisters
 1937 Home Run on the Keys (Short)
The Three De Marco Sisters (as The Three De Marcos)
 1935 Rah, Rah, Radio (Short)
The Three De Marco Sisters - Vocal Trio (as The Three De Marco Sisters)
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The 5 DeMarco Sisters | The Five DeMarco Sisters | The Three De Marco Sisters | The Three De Marcos

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The DeMarco Sisters (Anne DeMarco, Jeanette DeMarco, Gloria DeMarco, Terri DeMarco and Arlene DeMarco) grew up in New York, New York. As young girls, they sang in public for spare change. Their professional careers began in the 1940s, on the Fred Allen radio show. See more »

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