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Fran Warren (1926–2013)

Fran Warren was born on March 4, 1926 in The Bronx, New York, USA as Frances Wolfe. She was an actress, known for Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952), Toys Are Not for Children (1972) and All Star Revue (1950). She was married to Harry Steinman and Woody Witt. She died on March 4, 2013 in Brookfield, Connecticut, USA. See full bio »

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Toys Are Not for Children
All Star Revue
All Star Revue Guest Vocalist
The Colgate Comedy Hour
The Colgate Comedy Hour Herself - Actress / Herself - Singer / Singer


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 1972 Toys Are Not for Children
Edna Godard
 1952 All Star Revue (TV Series)
Guest Vocalist
- Episode #2.23 (1952) ... Guest Vocalist
 1951 Mr. Imperium
Fredda (singing voice, uncredited)
 1951 The Colgate Comedy Hour (TV Series)
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Sang with big bands lead by Charlie Barnet, Randy Brooks, Billy Eckstine, Art Mooney and Claude Thornhill. See more »

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Big-band vocalist, noted for rich, emotional phrasing of ballads. She sang with the orchestras of Charlie Barnet, Claude Thornhill and Art Mooney. Her biggest hit in 1947 (with Thornhill) was "A Sunday Kind of Love". See more »

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