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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
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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