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Blue Barron (1913–2005)

Blue Barron was born on November 19, 1913 in Cleveland, Ohio, USA as Harry Freidman. He was an actor, known for Blue Barron and His Orchestra (1952), Paramount Headliner: Blue Barron and His Orchestra (1940) and Blue Barron and His Orchestra (1939). He died on July 16, 2005 in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. See full bio »

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 1939 Blue Barron and His Orchestra (Short)
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 1952 Blue Barron and His Orchestra (Short)
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Self-deprecating leader of a 12-piece orchestra, identified with the 'cornball' or 'mickey mouse' style of music. Barron was most popular on the East Coast, the Midwest and the Southwest. His tag line was "Music of Yesterday and Today - Styled the Blue Barron Way". He reached his peak with a 1949 hit song, "Cruising Down the River". His recording affiliations were with MGM and Bluebird. The ... See more »

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