Alice Faye

Alice Faye (May 5, 1915 – May 9, 1998) was an American actress and singer, called by The New York Times "one of the few movie stars to walk away from stardom at the peak of her career." She is remembered first for her stardom at 20th Century Fox and, later, as the radio comedy partner of her husband, bandleader and comedian Phil Harris. She is also often associated with the Academy Award–winning standard "You'll Never Know", which she introduced in the 1943 musical film Hello, Frisco, Hello.

Read more about Alice Faye:  Early Life, Film Career, End of Motion Picture Career, Marriage and Radio Career, Later Life and Death, Popularity and Legacy, Film Appearances

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... George Reeves Tin Pan Alley Francis Aloysius 'Skeets' Harrigan Alice Faye and Betty Grable 1941 The Great American Broadcast Rix Martin Alice Faye Sun Valley Serenade Ted Scott Milton Berle, Glenn Miller ... James Murfin Sonia Henie 1943 Hello, Frisco, Hello Johnny Cornell Alice Faye 1945 The Dolly Sisters Harry Fox Betty Grable 1946 Wake Up and Dream Jeff Cairn Sentimental ...
Tyrone Power Filmography - Feature Film Appearances - 1930s
... Raoul McLish Loretta Young Walter Lang 10 In Old Chicago Dion O'Leary Alice Faye Henry King 11 ... Alexander's Ragtime Band Roger "Alexander" Grant Alice Faye Henry King 12 Marie. 15 Rose of Washington Square Barton DeWitt Clinton Alice Faye Gregory Ratoff 16 Second Fiddle Jimmy Sutton Sonja Henie Sidney Lansfield aka Irving Berlin's Second ...
Alice Faye - Film Appearances
... Jean Legoi George Marshall 365 ... Nights in Hollywood Alice Perkins George Marshall 1935 George White's 1935 Scandals Honey Walters George White Follow-uo. 1937 You Can't Have Everything Judith Poe Wells Norman Taurog 1937 Wake Up and Live Alice Huntley Sidney Lanfield 1937 You're a Sweetheart Betty Bradley David Butler ... Old New York Pat O'Day Henry King 1940 Lillian Russell Lillian Russell Irving Cummings Faye named the film as one of her personal favorites 1940 Tin Pan Alley Katie Blane Walter Lang Co-starred ...
Week-End In Havana - Soundtrack
... The Guadalajara Trio.) Reprised by Alice Faye Reprised by Alice Faye and John Payne on a hay wagon Reprised a cappella by Leonid Kinskey Played as background music often ... Monaco Lyrics by Mack Gordon Sung by Alice Faye and Cesar Romero while dancing, the other dancers The Man with the Lollypop Song Music by Harry Warren Lyrics ...
You Can't Have Everything - Soundtrack
... You Can't Have Everything Sung by Alice Faye reprised by The Ritz Brothers Chopsticks Performed by The Ritz Brothers Danse Rubinoff Instrumental, written and played by David Rubinoff Long Underwear ...

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