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Buddy Morrow (1919–2010)

Buddy Morrow was born on February 8, 1919 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA as Muni Zudekoff. He is known for his work on Skylarkin' Time (1950), Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra (1952) and Second Chorus (1940). He was married to Carol Morrow, Clare Eggleston and Lucille Ross. He died on September 27, 2010 in Maitland, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Skylarkin' Time
Skylarkin' Time Orchestra Leader
Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra
Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra Himself - Band Leader
Second Chorus
Second Chorus Musician
Rhapsody in Blue
Rhapsody in Blue Trombonist


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 1950 Skylarkin' Time (Short)
Orchestra Leader
 1947 The Fabulous Dorseys
Trombonist (uncredited)
 1945 Rhapsody in Blue
Trombonist (uncredited)
 1943 Du Barry Was a Lady
Member Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra (uncredited)
 1943 Presenting Lily Mars
Musician (uncredited)
 1942 Ship Ahoy
Musician (uncredited)
 1940 Second Chorus
Musician (uncredited)
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 1942 Ship Ahoy (musician: trombone - uncredited)
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 1958 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (TV Series)
- Episode #11.1 (1958) ... Himself
 1952 Saturday Night Dance Party (TV Series)
- Episode dated 28 June 1952 (1952) ... Himself
 1952 Buddy Morrow and His Orchestra (Short)
Himself - Band Leader

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Recorded the hit jazz song "Night Train" with the Buddy Morrow Orchestra. See more »

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He became a band-leader in 1945 covering for Jimmy Dorsey. He formed the Buddy Morrow Orchestra in 1947 until 1968 and played with the Tonight Show band in the 1960s when the show was based in New York City. He was conductor of the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra in 1977. See more »

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