b. Andres Rabajos (or Rabago), 1920, LA, California, USA, d. 16 Apr 1992, Phoenix, Az, USA. The boy of Mexican-Spanish parents, Russell was a favorite singer in america through the 40s, with an enchanting image along with a penchant for Latin American amounts. In the first 40s he caused several rings, including Sonny Dunham, Gus Arnheim and Johnny Richards, occasionally also playing drums. In 1942, he was among seven vocalists with Alvino Rey’s big music group, but was struggling to record using the outfit due to union leader Adam Caesar Petrillo’s infamous music artists documenting ban. His very own strikes, for Capitol Information, started in 1944 with ‘Besame Mucho’ and ‘Amor’, and continuing through until 1948, with intimate ballads such as for example ‘What A Diff’rence PER DAY Produced’, ‘I IMAGINE You’, ‘I Can’t COMMENCE TO Inform You’, ‘Laughing EXTERNALLY (Crying INSIDE)’, ‘They State It’s Amazing’, ‘Pretending’ and ‘Wedding anniversary Tune’. He also documented Billy Reid’s ‘I’ll Close My Eye’ and Bud Flanagan’s ‘Underneath The Arches’, which he was associated with Tommy Dorsey’s outdated vocal group, the Pied Pipers. Russell was also effective with ‘Je Vous Aime’, which he sang within the film Copacabana, starring Groucho Marx. Russell’s various other films included The Stork Membership, where he became a member of Betty Hutton on ‘If I PUT TWELVE Hearts’, Make Mine Music, some brief Walt Disney cartoons, that Russell added ‘Without You’, and Breakfast time In Hollywood, produced from a radio group of exactly the same name, and offering artists such as for example Spike Jones And His Town Slickers, as well as the Nat ‘Ruler’ Cole Trio. Russell was extremely popular on US radio through the mid-late 40s in the Aged Gold Present andLucky Strike Strike Parade. He also made an appearance at many best venues, like the Paramount Theater in NY. In 1947 he was in LA, deputizing for Frank Sinatra who, with Bing Crosby, got dropped to sing among the nominated tracks within the annual Academy Honours Ceremony. Russell shifted to Mexico Town, and became effective there on radio, tv and in films. In the past due 60s he came back to the united states where he continuing to sing, and appearance on television.
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|Las glorias del gran Púas||1984||Participant in Parade (uncredited)|
|El mago de los sueños||1966||El Mago de los Sueños (voice)|
|Spring in the Heart||1956||Andrés Valdés|
|Viva la juventud!||1956||Pancho Andreú|
|Mi canción eres tú||1956||Daniel Pérez|
|¡Que bravas son las costeñas!...||1955||Tony López|
|Make Mine Music||1946||Andy Russell (voice)|
|Breakfast in Hollywood||1946||Andy Russell - Singer|
|The Stork Club||1945||Jim Jones|
|Jam Session||1944||Guitarist in Alvino Rey's Orchestra (uncredited)|
|Boom Boom||1990||performer: "Soy un extraño"|
|Jóvenes y bellas||1962||performer: "Jóvenes" - as Andy Rusell|
|Copacabana||1947||performer: "Je Vous Aime", "My Heart Was Doing a Bolero", "He Hasn't Got a Thing to Sell", "Stranger Things Have Happened" - uncredited|
|Make Mine Music||1946||performer: "Without You Bis ans Ende der Welt" 1942|
|Breakfast in Hollywood||1946||performer: "If I Had a Wishing Ring", "Magic Is the Moonlight" uncredited, "Amor" uncredited|
|The Stork Club||1945||performer: "Love Me" 1945, "If I Had A Dozen Hearts" 1945 - uncredited|
|Family Feud||1983||TV Series||Himself|
|The Donald O'Connor Show||1968||TV Series||Himself|
|The Hollywood Palace||1965||TV Series||Himself - Singer|
|Variedades de medianoche||1958||TV Series||Himself|
|The Jack Paar Tonight Show||1957||TV Series||Himself|
|Your Show of Shows||1953||TV Series||Himself - Guest Performer|
|The Red Skelton Hour||1953||TV Series||Himself - Vocalist|
|Texaco Star Theatre||1951-1952||TV Series||Himself - Singer|
|Wonderful Town, U.S.A.||1951||TV Series||Himself|
|Songs for Sale||1951||TV Series||Himself|
|TV Club||1951||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|Cavalcade of Stars||1950-1951||TV Series||Himself - Guest Musical Performer / Himself - Guest Vocalist / Himself|
|Andy and Della Russell||1950||TV Series||Himself|
|The Ken Murray Show||1950||TV Series||Himself - Singer|
|Star of the Family||1950||TV Series||Himself|
|The Arthur Murray Party||1950||TV Series||Himself - Singers Andy and Della Russell|
|The Ed Wynn Show||1950||TV Series||Himself|
|Screen Snapshots Series 27, No. 3: Out of This World Series||1947||Short||Himself|
|The Bronze Screen: 100 Years of the Latino Image in American Cinema||2002||Documentary||Himself|
|Hollywood My Home Town||1965||Documentary||Himself|
|The Judy Garland Show||1964||TV Series||Himself|
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