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Dick and Dee Dee

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Dick St. John (Richard St John Gosting, 1944-2003) and Dee Dee Sperling (Mary Sperling) were fellow high-school students who wrote songs together. They broke through with "The Mountain's High"/"I Want Someone" on Liberty Records and later recorded for Warner Brothers. They broke up in 1969, but Dick later revived the duo with his wife Sandy.

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Known For

An American Rhapsody
(2001)
Wild Wild Winter
Wild Wild Winter Themselves
(1966)
Shindig!
Shindig! Themselves - Singers
(1964-1966)
Celebrity Party
Celebrity Party Themselves
(1963)

Filmography

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 2001 An American Rhapsody (performer: "Mountain High" (1961) - as Dick & Dee Dee)
  Shindig! (TV Series) (performer - 11 episodes, 1964 - 1966) (writer - 2 episodes, 1965)
- Tribute to Elvis Presley (1966) ... (performer: "Lightnin' Strikes", "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright", "Reelin' and Rockin'")
- Episode #2.8 (1965) ... (performer: "Thou Shalt Not Steal" (uncredited) (excerpt), "Live for the Sun", "Roll Over Beethoven", "Shout") / (writer: "Thou Shalt Not Steal" (excerpt) - uncredited)
- Episode #2.4 (1965) ... (performer: "Sha La La", "Vini Vini", "Liar, Liar")
- Episode #1.49 (1965) ... (performer: "Thou Shalt Not Steal", "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright")
- Episode #1.40 (1965) ... (performer: "Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind", "Should We Tell Him?", "A Shot of Rhythm and Blues")
 1966 Wild Wild Winter (performer: "Heartbeats")
 1965 Hollywood a Go Go (TV Series) (performer - 3 episodes)
- Episode #1.51 (1965) ... (performer: "Be My Baby")
- Episode #1.40 (1965) ... (performer: "Freight Train", "Vini Vini")
- Episode #1.26 (1965) ... (performer: "Blue Turns to Grey", "Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind", "Thou Shalt Not Steal")
 1965 The Dick Van Dyke Show (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- Bupkis (1965) ... (performer: "Bupkis")
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 1965-1967 Where the Action Is (TV Series)
Themselves
- Episode #3.122 (1967) ... Themselves
- Episode #2.169 (1966) ... Themselves
- Episode #2.95 (1966) ... Themselves
- Pilot (1965) ... Themselves
- Episode #2.76 (1965) ... Themselves
 1964-1966 Shindig! (TV Series)
Themselves - Singers
- Tribute to Elvis Presley (1966) ... Themselves - Singers
- Episode #2.8 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
- Episode #2.4 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
- Episode #1.49 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
- Episode #1.40 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
 1966 Wild Wild Winter
Themselves
 1964-1965 American Bandstand (TV Series)
Themselves - Musical Guests / Themselves - Pop Band
- The New American Bandstand 1966 Christmas Show (1965) ... Themselves - Musical Guests
- Episode #8.11 (1964) ... Themselves - Pop Band
 1965 Hollywood a Go Go (TV Series)
Themselves - Singers
- Episode #1.51 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
- Episode #1.40 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
- Episode #1.26 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
- Episode #1.4 (1965) ... Themselves - Singers
 1965 Top of the Pops (TV Series)
Themselves
- Episode #2.42 (1965) ... Themselves
 1964 Ready, Steady, Go! (TV Series)
Themselves
- Episode #2.15 (1964) ... Themselves
 1964 Open House (TV Series)
Themselves - Performers
- Episode dated 5 December 1964 (1964) ... Themselves - Performers
 1963 Celebrity Party (TV Special)
Themselves
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Other Works:

Single: "The Mountain's High" (Liberty Records). See more »
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Trivia:

Dick St. John (Richard St John Gosting, 1944-2003) and Dee Dee Sperling (Mary Sperling) were fellow high-school students who wrote songs together. They broke through with "The Mountain's High"/"I Want Someone" on Liberty Records and later recorded for Warner Brothers. They broke up in 1969, but Dick later revived the duo with his wife Sandy.

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