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Robert Alda

b. Alphonso Giuseppe Giovanni Robert D’Abruzzo, 26 Feb 1914, NY, USA, d. 3 Might 1986, LA, California, USA. An acting professional and vocalist who, although he liked a long profession in many regions of showbusiness, can be remembered primarily for his 1st film part, when he portrayed the composer George …

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Emerson Buckley

Emerson Buckley is most beneficial remembered because the long-time music movie director of the higher Miami Opera so when Luciano Pavarotti’s touring conductor. Buckley produced many concert travels throughout the world with the well-known tenor and followed him on many live PBS broadcast concerts. Buckley also made an appearance, as …

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Alfred Drake

Along with his deep, baritone, vocals, Alfred Drake (given birth to: Alfred Capurro) reigned over Broadway through the 1940s and ‘50s. Most widely known for his portrayal of Curly in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1943 musical, Oklahoma, he debuted such traditional tunes as “Oh, JUST WHAT A Gorgeous Morning hours”, “Surrey …

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