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Helen Jepson (1904–1997)


Helen Jepson was born on November 28, 1904 in Titusville, Pennsylvania, USA. She was married to George Poselle. She died on September 16, 1997 in Bradenton, Florida, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

The Goldwyn Follies
The Goldwyn Follies Leona Jerome
(1938)
Who Said That?
Who Said That? Herself
(1950)
Celebrity Time
Celebrity Time Herself
(1949)

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 1938 The Goldwyn Follies ("Love Walked In" (1937), uncredited) / (performer: "La traviata" (1853), "La Serenata" (1900) - uncredited)
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 1938 The Goldwyn Follies
Leona Jerome
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 1950 Who Said That? (TV Series)
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- Episode #2.27 (1950) ... Herself
 1950 The Paul Whiteman's Goodyear Revue (TV Series)
Herself
- Episode #1.19 (1950) ... Herself
 1949 20 Questions (TV Series)
Herself
- Helen Jepson (1949) ... Herself
 1949 Celebrity Time (TV Series)
Herself
- Episode #1.22 (1949) ... Herself
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Other Works:

Although they were both white, she and baritone Lawrence Tibbett sang several arias in the first recordings ever made of music from George Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess". Although the music was conducted by Alexander Smallens, these were the only recordings of the "Porgy and Bess" music ever made with Gershwin himself ... See more »
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Beautiful, blonde former singer with the Paul Whiteman orchestra who became a leading soprano with the Metropolitan Opera, remaining with the company from 1935 to 1941 when she married Met Orchestra flautest George Poselle. After the Poselles retired to Florida in the early 1970s, Jepson became very active with artistic affairs in the Miami area until her death.

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Sagittarius

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