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Fred Hall (II) (1898–1954)

Composer, songwriter ("There's a Blue Sky Way Out Yonder"), publisher and comedian, a pianist for a publishing company and later a bandleader. He was half of the Fields and Hall duo of radio and recordings, and a producer for the Voice of America. His popular-song compositions include "That Old Family Album", "I've Got a Code id By Dose", "If You ... See full bio »

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 1975 Funny Lady (writer: "I Got a Code in My Doze" - uncredited)
 1946 The Time of Their Lives (lyrics: "How Dry I Am" - uncredited)
 1944 Visiting St. Louis (Documentary short) (lyrics: "How Dry I Am")
 1940 Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride (lyrics: "Eleven More Months and Ten More Days" (1930) - uncredited) / (music: "Eleven More Months and Ten More Days" (1930) - uncredited)
 1939 The Spellbinder (lyrics: "How Dry I Am")
 1939 The Broadway Buckaroo (Short) (writer: "There's a Blue Sky Way Out Yonder" - uncredited)
 1937 Calling All Stars (writer: "Eleven More Months and Ten More Days")
 1937 Border Cafe (lyrics: "How Dry I Am" - uncredited)
 1932 Chandu the Magician (lyrics: "How Dry I Am" - uncredited)
 1930 High C's (Short) (writer: "Eleven More Months and Ten More Days" - uncredited)
 1929 Angora Love (Short) (writer: "I Got a Code in My Doze" - uncredited)
 1929 Dynamite (lyrics: "How Dry I Am" - uncredited)
 1929 So This Is College (lyrics: "How Dry I Am" - uncredited)

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