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Arthur Tracy (1899–1997)

Arthur Tracy was one of the most famous of all recording stars of the 1930s and '40s. With his suave style and sentimental ballads he captured the hearts of housewives in both America and Great Britain. His voice was both a baritone and a tenor, which he described as "bari-tenor", and he claimed that the biggest influence on his singing was Enrico... See full bio »

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 1988 Crossing Delancey
Pickle Stand Customer #1 (as Arthur Tracey)
 1938 Follow Your Star
Arthur Tee
 1937 Backstage
Bob Grant
 1937 The Street Singer
Richard King
 1934 Flirtation
The Street Singer
 1933 Sea Sore (Short)
Arthur Tracy-Radio Singer
 1933 Nick Kenny's Radio Thrills No. 2 (Short)
The Street Singer
 1933 Reaching for the Moon (Short)
The Street Singer
 1933 Nick Kenny's Radio Thrills No. 1 (Short)
The Street Singer
 1932 Rambling 'Round Radio Row #4 (Short)
The Street Singer
 1932 Romantic Melodies (Short)
The Street Singer
 1932 The Big Broadcast
The Street Singer
 1931 Russian Lullaby (Short)
The Street Singer (as Arthur Treacy)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

(autobiography) "The Street Singer", by Harold Martin & Redman.

Publicity Listings:

1 Print Biography | 1 Magazine Cover Photo | See more »

Alternate Names:

Arthur Tracey | Arthur Treacy

Did You Know?


Enjoyed a comeback in the 1980s with the release of the BBC series Pennies from Heaven (1978) and the Steve Martin film of the same name Pennies from Heaven (1981). See more »


Theme song: "Marta, Rambling Rose of the Wildwood"


The Street Singer

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