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Bruce Woodley

Bruce Woodley was born on July 25, 1942 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He is an actor and composer, known for The World of the Seekers (1968), Farewell the Seekers (1968) and The Seekers: 25 Year Reunion Celebration (1993). See full bio »
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Filmography

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 1967 The Benny Hill Show (TV Movie)
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 2012 Fish & Chips (Short) (composer: additional music)
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 2009 Spicks and Specks (TV Series)
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- Episode #5.2 (2009) ... Himself
 1997 Future Road: The Video (Video)
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 1993 The Seekers: 25 Year Reunion Celebration (Video documentary)
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 1968 Farewell the Seekers (TV Movie documentary)
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 1968 The World of the Seekers (TV Movie documentary)
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 1967 The Seekers Down Under (TV Movie documentary)
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 1966 The Seekers at Home (TV Movie documentary)
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 1965-1966 Thank Your Lucky Stars (TV Series)
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- Episode #9.28 (1966) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
- Episode #9.4 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
- Episode #7.28 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
 1965 Top of the Pops (TV Series)
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- Episode dated 13 May 1965 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
- Episode dated 11 February 1965 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
- Episode dated 28 January 1965 (1965) ... Himself (as The Seekers)
 1965 New Musical Express Poll Winners' Concert (TV Movie documentary)
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A member of the group, The Seekers, who played the theme song for the film, Georgy Girl (1966), which was a Number 1 hit in the United States. Their first Number 1 hit, in Britain, was "I'll Never Find Another You". He co-wrote the song, "Red Rubber Ball", with Paul Simon (which was recorded by The Byrds as well as The Seekers). See more »

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