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Connie Haines (1921–2008)


Popular dark-haired "Big Band" singer Connie Haines may have been petite in size (less than 5' tall) but she possessed a sturdy set of pipes to compensate and was adored by her large fan base during the swinging war years. Performing alongside an equally young Frank Sinatra in both the Harry James and Tommy Dorsey bands way back when, she was ... See full bio »

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Known For

A Wave, a WAC and a Marine Singer - Freddie Rich Orchestra
(1944)
Duchess of Idaho Peggy Elliot
(1950)
Moon Over Las Vegas Singer Connie Haines
(1944)

Filmography

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 1963 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Clara Appleby II
- To Tell a Fib (1963) ... Clara Appleby II
 1954 Birth of a Band (Short)
Connie - Band Singer
 1951 Hollywood Theatre Time (TV Series)
 1950 Duchess of Idaho
Peggy Elliot
 1949 Hollywood House (TV Series)
 1944 A Wave, a WAC and a Marine
Singer - Freddie Rich Orchestra
 1944 Twilight on the Prairie
Ginger
 1944 Moon Over Las Vegas
Singer Connie Haines
 1942 Idaho (Short)
Connie Haines
 1942 Ship Ahoy
Singer in Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (uncredited)
 1941 Las Vegas Nights
Singer in Tommy Dorsey's Band (uncredited)
Show Show Soundtrack (6 credits)
Show Show Self (27 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (1 credit)
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1 Print Biography | 3 Articles | 1 Pictorial | See more »

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Trivia:

Claims that Tommy Dorsey taught both her and Frank Sinatra how to breath properly so that each word had a clear sound. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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