A fixture of Paramount Studios’ wartime musicals, singer and celebrity Betty Jane Rhodes continues to be best known on her behalf 1948 pop smash “Switch and Bows.” Created Apr 24, 1921, in Rockford, IL, Rhodes was simply 16 when she co-starred within the Hollywood serial experience Jungle Jim. 2 yrs later on, she was granted her personal short-lived radio display on the Shared/Don Lee Network. Following a stint with bandleader David Rose’s radio series California Melodies, Rhodes co-starred in Meet up with Me at Parky’s, a car for comedian Harry Einstein’s well-known Parkyakarkus personality. With some musical comedy little bit parts under her belt, Rhodes gained feature billing in 1941’s Across the Rio Grande, a Tim Holt-headlined European that resulted in her co-starring submit the comedy Hill Moonlight. It’s however her musical credits that stay her biggest legacy, included in this Sweater Girl, Celebrity Spangled Rhythm, and you also Can’t Ration Like. But with 1944’s Halfway to Heaven, Rhodes’ film career ground for an abrupt halt, which same yr she authorized to Decca Information release a her debut solitary, “I Don’t Wish to Walk Without You.” The record fared badly as well as the label quickly terminated her agreement, but she resurfaced on RCA Victor immediately after with “THAT IS Constantly.” In 1946 Rhodes obtained her first Best Five hit using the George Weiss/Benny Benjamin structure “Gossips Are Soaring.” Follow-ups “Bless You” and “Probably YOU WILL BE There” didn’t generate exactly the same curiosity, however in 1947 she notched another smash, the very best 20 admittance “Tonight Be Sensitive if you ask me.” Rhodes once again proved struggling to capitalize on her behalf momentum, nevertheless, issuing “Why MUST I Cry Over You” and “Coming” to minimal see. In past due 1948, with Dinah Shore’s rendition from the Academy Award-winning “Switch and Bows” ascending to the very best from the Billboard pop graphs, Rhodes documented her personal rival version using the Harry Zimmerman Orchestra, peaking at the quantity 15 slot.
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|Halfway to Heaven||1944||Short||The Girl (as Betty Rhodes)|
|You Can't Ration Love||1944||Betty Hammond (as Betty Rhodes)|
|Mardi Gras||1943||Short||Suzy Brown (as Betty Rhodes)|
|Salute for Three||1943||Judy Ames (as Betty Rhodes)|
|Priorities on Parade||1942||Lee Davis (as Betty Rhodes)|
|Sweater Girl||1942||Louise Menard|
|Star Spangled Rhythm||1942||Betty Rhodes- Swing Shift Skit (as Betty Rhodes)|
|The Fleet's In||1942||Diana Golden|
|Mountain Moonlight||1941||Carol Weaver|
|They Met in Argentina||1941||Singer During Opening Credits (uncredited)|
|Along the Rio Grande||1941||Mary Loring|
|Millionaire Playboy||1940||Girl at Lodge with Tennis Racket (uncredited)|
|Oh, Johnny, How You Can Love!||1940||Betty - Singer of 'Oh, Johnny'|
|Having Wonderful Time||1938||Singer (uncredited)|
|Picketing for Love||1938||Short||Betty|
|Twenty Girls and a Band||1938||Short||Betty - the Band Vocalist|
|Stage Door||1937||Ann (as Jane Rhodes)|
|The Life of the Party||1937||Susan|
|Jungle Jim||1937||Joan Redmond / Mrs. Tom Redmond|
|The Arizona Raiders||1936||Lenta Lindsay (as Jane Rhodes)|
|Forgotten Faces||1936||Sally McBride (as Jane Rhodes)|
|You Can't Ration Love||1944||performer: "Louise", "Nothing Can Replace a Man", "Same Old World... Look what you did to Me"|
|Salute for Three||1943||performer: "Left-Right", "I'll Do It For You" "Danger Kissing a Stranger", "Don't Worry"|
|Priorities on Parade||1942||performer: "You're in Love with Someone Else", "I'd Love to Know You Better", "Payday"|
|Sweater Girl||1942||performer: "I Said No"|
|Star Spangled Rhythm||1942||performer: "On the Swing Shift"|
|The Fleet's In||1942||performer: "The Fleet's In" - uncredited|
|They Met in Argentina||1941||performer: "North America Meets South America" - uncredited|
|Along the Rio Grande||1941||performer: "Old Monterey Moon", "Along the Rio Grande" - uncredited|
|Oh, Johnny, How You Can Love!||1940||performer: "Oh!Johnny! How You Can Love"|
|Having Wonderful Time||1938||performer: "My First Impression of You" 1938, "Nighty Night" 1938|
|Stage Door||1937||performer: "A Sailboat in the Moonlight and You" - uncredited|
|The Life of the Party||1937||performer: "Chirp a Little Ditty" 1937|
|Hollywood Party||1937||Short performer: "South Sea Island Magic" - uncredited|
|The Arizona Raiders||1936||performer: "My Melancholy Baby"|
|Hollywood Party||1937||Short||Herself (uncredited)|
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