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Donald Voorhees (1903–1989)

Donald Voorhees was born on July 26, 1903 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA. He was a director and actor, known for The Bell Telephone Hour (1959), The Bell Telephone Jubilee (1976) and Rehearsal: The Telephone Hour (1947). He died on January 10, 1989 in Cape May Court House, New Jersey, USA. See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

Known For

The Bell Telephone Hour Music Department
(1959-1968)
The Bell Telephone Jubilee Music Department
(1976)
(1947)

Filmography

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 1976 The Bell Telephone Jubilee (TV Movie documentary) (conductor: footage of "Bell Telephone Hour" clips)
  The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series) (conductor - 75 episodes, 1959 - 1967) (musical director - 3 episodes, 1967 - 1968) (orchestra leader - 1 episode, 1960) (composer - 1 episode, 1960)
- Man Who Dances: Edward Villella (1968) ... (musical director)
- Casals at Marlboro (1967) ... (musical director)
- Benjamin Britten and His Aldeburgh Festival (1967) ... (musical director)
- The Many Faces of Romeo and Juliet (1967) ... (conductor)
- Festival of Two Worlds (1966) ... (conductor)
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 1959 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
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 1967 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
Conductor
- First Ladies of the Opera (1967) ... Conductor
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 1961 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes)
- A Trip to Christmas (1961) ... (performer: "March" (fragment), "Pas de Deux: Adagio", "Pas de Deux: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy", "Pas de Deux: Coda", "Silent Night" (fragment) - uncredited)
- The Music of Richard Rodgers (1961) ... (performer: "Slaughter on Tenth Avenue")
 1947 Rehearsal: The Telephone Hour (Short) (performer: "Overture to 'The Bartered Bride'" (excerpt), "La ci darem la mano", "O Love, Hide Me In My Weakness", "Le cor")
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 1967 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series) (1 episode)
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 1959-1968 The Bell Telephone Hour (TV Series)
Self - Host / Self - Orchestrator / Self - Orchestra Leader / ...
- Jazz, the Intimate Art (1968) ... Self - Host (as Don Vorhees)
- Going to Bethlehem (1968) ... Self - Host
- Opera: Two to Six (1968) ... Self - Host
- The Virtuoso Teacher (1967) ... Self - Host
- The Sounds and Sights of San Francisco (1967) ... Self - Host (as Don Voorhees)
 1947 Rehearsal: The Telephone Hour (Short)
Self - Conductor
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Alternate Names:

Don Voorhees | Don Vorhees
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He conducted the orchestra for the "Bell Telephone Hour" from its beginnings on radio in 1942 to its final television broadcast in 1968. See more »

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