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The King's Men

The King's Men quartet was comprised of Ken Darby, arranger & bass; Rad Robinson baritone; Jon Dodson, lead tenor; Bud Linn, top tenor. Formed in Hollywood in 1929, they took their name from a radio sponsor named King. Their first engagement was as a singing foursome in the Paramount film Sweetie (1929)." This led to other films and radio ... See full bio »

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Known For

Make Mine Music
Make Mine Music The King's Men
(1946)
The Wizard of Oz
The Wizard of Oz Munchkins
(1939)
The Chool Song
The Chool Song The King's Men
(1942)
Sing Your Thanks
(1950)

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  The Adventures of Jim Bowie (TV Series) (singers - 41 episodes, 1957 - 1958) (vocals - 10 episodes, 1956 - 1957) (theme music - 1 episode, 1957)
- Patron of the Art (1958) ... (singers: theme song)
- The Brothers (1958) ... (singers: theme song)
- Jim Bowie, Apache (1958) ... (singers: theme song)
- Horse Thief (1958) ... (singers: theme song)
- The Lion's Cub (1958) ... (singers: theme song)
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