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Jay Velie (1892–1982)

Jay Velie was born on May 16, 1892 in Denver, Colorado, USA. He was an actor, known for Jay Velie in Songs of Love (1929), A Journey of Songs (1929) and A Group of Songs (1928). He died on April 22, 1982 in Larchmont, New York, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Jay Velie in Songs of Love
Jay Velie in Songs of Love Himself - Vocalist
(1929)
A Journey of Songs
A Journey of Songs Himself - Vocalist
(1929)
A Group of Songs
(1928)
One Good Turn
One Good Turn Eddie Farrell
(1930)

Filmography

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 1930 One Good Turn (Short) (performer: "Don't Tell Her What Happened to Me")
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 1929 A Journey of Songs (Short)
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 1929 Jay Velie in Songs of Love (Short)
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 1928 A Group of Songs (Short)
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Other Works:

Stage Play: Call Me Madam. Musical comedy. Music by Irving Berlin. Lyrics by Irving Berlin. Book by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. Musical Director: Jay Blackton. Music orchestrated by Don Walker. Dance arrangements by Genevieve Pitot and Jesse Meeker. Additional orchestrations by Joe Glover. Vocal arrangements by Jay Blackton. Piano ... See more »
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Trivia:

Stage actor who played one of the two Heavenly Friends who takes Billy Bigelow to Heaven in the original Broadway production of "Carousel". His character did not appear in the film version; it is the second Heavenly Friend who appears in the film.

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