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Charlie Spivak (1907–1982)

Outstanding lead trumpeter who received financial help from his friend Glenn Miller to start up his first band in 1940. Miller also furnished Spivak's publicity tag line: "The Man who plays the sweetest Trumpet in the World". Charlie had already had a very prolific career as a band sideman, having started as a teenager with Paul Specht's orchestra... See full bio »

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 1944 Follow the Boys
Charlie Spivak (uncredited)
 1944 Pin Up Girl
Orchestra Leader
 1935 The Big Broadcast of 1936
Band Member: Trumpet (as Ray Noble and His Orchestra)
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 1944 Pin Up Girl (performer: "Time Alone Will Tell", "Don't Carry Tales out of School", "Yankee Doodle Hayride", "Once Too Often" - uncredited)
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 1934 Ben Pollack & His Orchestra (Short)
Himself - Orchestra Member (uncredited)
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 1956 Jazz Ball (TV Movie documentary)

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Ray Noble and His Orchestra

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