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Tommy Tucker (IV) (1908–1989)

Tommy Tucker was born on May 18, 1908 in Souris, North Dakota, USA as Gerald L. Duppler. He died on July 13, 1989 in Sarasota, Florida, USA. See full bio »

Died:

(age 81) in Sarasota, Florida, USA

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Known For

Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra
Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra Himself (leader, Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra)
(1947)
Hot and Hectic
Hot and Hectic Himself
(1945)
Kreisler Bandstand
(1951)
Cavalcade of Bands
Cavalcade of Bands Himself - Orchestra Leader
(1950)

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 1947 Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra (Short) (performer: "The Colonel from Kentucky", "All I Do is Dream of You", "For Him, No Love")
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 1951 Kreisler Bandstand (TV Series)
Himself
- Episode #1.13 (1951) ... Himself
- Episode #1.10 (1951) ... Himself
 1950 Cavalcade of Bands (TV Series)
Himself - Orchestra Leader
- Tommy Tucker (1950) ... Himself - Orchestra Leader
 1947 Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra (Short)
Himself (leader, Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra)
 1945 Hot and Hectic (Short)
Himself (as Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra)
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Personal Details

Alternate Names:

Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra
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Did You Know?

Trivia:

Studied music at the University of North Dakota. See more »

Trademark:

Theme song: "I Love You (Oh, How I Love You!)"

Star Sign:

Taurus

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