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Frances Langford Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

FRANCES LANGFORD
Born: April 4, 1913 in Lakeland, Florida
Died: July 11, 2005 in Jensen Beach, Florida
Biography | show moreshow less
Frances Langford (1913-2005), was a radio star of the 1940s, performing on her own show, with Bob Hope and paired with Don Ameche in the comedic The Bickersons. Her best film work includes Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) and The Bamboo Blonde (1945). Langford's musical repertoire featured show tunes and pop standards.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1944 Career Girl (Performer), 1943 Cowboy in Manhattan (Performer), 1941 Swing It Soldier (Performer), 1941 All-American Co-Ed (Performer), 1940 Dreaming Out Loud (Performer), 1936 Palm Springs (Performer), 1932 The Subway Symphony (Performer), 1951 Purple Heart Diary (Writer), 1951 Purple Heart Diary (in person), 1950 Showtime, U.S.A. (in person), 1950 Star Time (in person), 1950 The Ed Wynn Show (in person), 1943 Combat America (in person), 1942 Hedda Hopper's Hollywood No. 4 (in person), 1996 Bob Hope: Hollywood's Brightest Star (Other), 2012 You Are My Lucky Star (Sound), 1945 A Dream Came True (Other), 1983 A Disney Christmas Gift (Performer), 1969 The Jackie Gleason Show (Performer), 1947 Beat the Band (Performer), 1946 People Are Funny (Performer), 1945 Radio Stars on Parade (Performer), 1944 Dixie Jamboree (Performer), 1943 Never a Dull Moment (Performer), 1937 Hollywood Hotel (Performer), 1937 The Hit Parade (Performer), 1936 Born to Dance (Performer), 1990 Bob Hope: Don't Shoot Special (in person), 1961 The DuPont Show of the Week (in person), 1960 The Frances Langford Show (in person), 1960 The Bob Hope Show (in person), 1954 The Glenn Miller Story (in person), 1953 The Name's the Same (in person), 1951 The Paul Whiteman's Goodyear Revue (in person), 1944 Memo for Joe (in person), 1943 This Is the Army (in person), 1941 Picture People No. 4: Stars Day Off (in person), 1932 Rambling 'Round Radio Row #4 (in person), 1946 Screen Snapshots Series 25, No. 7: Hollywood Victory Show (in person), 1964 Hollywood and the Stars (Other), 1950 Cassino to Korea (Other), 2009 Nativity! (Sound), 1982 A Walt Disney Christmas (Other), 1945 Tropical Moon (Other), 1944 Girl Rush (Performer), 1942 Yankee Doodle Dandy (Performer), 1942 Mississippi Gambler (Performer), 1940 Hit Parade of 1941 (Performer), 1940 Too Many Girls (Performer), 1936 Collegiate (Performer), 1991 Stars and Stripes: Hollywood and World War II (in person), 1967 The Hollywood Palace (in person), 1959 Frances Langford Presents (in person), 1954 A Star Is Born World Premiere (in person), 1954 Once Upon a Wintertime (in person), 1950-1952 The Colgate Comedy Hour (in person), 1950 Cavalcade of Stars (in person), 1943 Follow the Band (in person), 1936 Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs (in person), 1935 Broadway Melody of 1936 (in person), 2009 Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me (Sound), 2009 Johnny Mercer: The Dream's on Me (Other), 1991 Beverly Hills, 90210 (Sound), 2003 Great Performances (Other), 2002 Entertaining the Troops: Bob Hope & the USO (Other), 2002 Hollywood Ending (Sound), 1949 Make Mine Laughs (Sound), 1949 Make Mine Laughs (Other), 1951 The Frances Langford-Don Ameche Show (Performer), 1949 Deputy Marshal (Performer), 1946 The Bamboo Blonde (Performer), 1935 Every Night at Eight (Performer), 1999 Biography (in person), 1995 Bob Hope: Memories of World War II (in person), 1995 Victory in the Pacific (in person), 1994 Entertaining the Troops (in person), 1961 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (in person), 1953 The Jackie Gleason Show (in person), 1950-1951 The Saturday Night Revue with Jack Carter (in person), 1948 Melody Time (in person), 1942 Picture People No. 10: Hollywood at Home (in person), 1980 Bob Hope's Overseas Christmas Tours: Around the World with the (Other), 1945 Some Day When the Clouds Roll by (Other), 1988 Happy Birthday, Bob: 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC (Other), 1958 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (Sound), 1958 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (Music Department), 1985 That's Dancing! (Other)
Theater Credits
The Pure in Heart - Performer (March 20, 1934 - March 1934), Here Goes the Bride - Performer (November 3, 1931 - November 7, 1931)

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