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Freddie Mercer (1929–1978)

A noted singer in Detroit and soloist for the Detroit Symphony at age nine and also soloist for St. Paul's Cathedral. His film career started when he came to Hollywood in1940 to sing at the National Music Conference. He came to the attention of one of the sponsors of the Turnabout Theatre and was cast in a circus show there. The first performance ... See full bio »


(age 48) in Michigan, USA

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The Great Gildersleeve
The Great Gildersleeve LeRoy Forrester
Gildersleeve's Ghost
Gildersleeve's Ghost Leroy Forrester
Gildersleeve's Bad Day
Gildersleeve's Bad Day Leroy Forrestor
Gildersleeve on Broadway
Gildersleeve on Broadway Leroy Forrester


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 1944 My Gal Loves Music
 1944 Heavenly Days
Scout (uncredited)
 1944 Step Lively
Newsboy (uncredited)
 1944 Going My Way
Boys Choir Member (uncredited)
 1943 Tender Comrade
Boy (uncredited)
 1943 This Land Is Mine
Boy in Classroom (uncredited)
 1942 The Major and the Minor
Wilbur - Little Boy in Railroad Station (uncredited)
 1942 Shadows on the Sage
Johnny Jackson
 1942 Flying with Music
One of the Singing Children (uncredited)
 1942 On the Sunny Side
Don Andrews
 1942 Joan of Paris
Choir Member (uncredited)
 1940 Five Little Peppers in Trouble
Tim (uncredited)
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 1942 The Great Gildersleeve (performer: "Lyonel's aria (M'appari, tutt'amor)" (1847), "My Bonnie (Lies Over the Ocean)" (1881) - uncredited)

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