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Kate Smith Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

KATE SMITH
Born: May 1, 1907 in Greenville, Virginia
Died: June 17, 1986 in Raleigh, North Carolina
Biography
Kate Smith (1907-1986, born Kathryn Elizabeth Smith in Washington, DC) was one of the most popular stars of the pre-WWII era. She is best remembered for her definitive version of the patriotic anthem God Bless America, which became a hit on no less than three separate occasions, beginning in 1938.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1952 The Small One (Performer), 1942 America Sings with Kate Smith (Performer), 1932 The Big Broadcast (Performer), 1972 The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour (in person), 1968 Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (in person), 1963-1966 The Andy Williams Show (in person), 1966 The London Palladium Show (in person), 1959 Startime (in person), 1934 Thunder Over Texas (Sound), 1984 The Natural (Sound), 1984 Once Upon a Time in America (Sound), 1993 King of the Hill (Sound), 1999 The Century: America's Time (Other), 1994 A Ford Show Family Christmas (Other), 2010 Michael Feinstein's American Songbook (Sound), 1983 The Return of Captain Invincible (Sound), 1947 Christmas Eve (Sound), 1993 Laugh-In Past Christmas Present (Other), 1983 The Return of Captain Invincible (Other), 1974 The Three Stooges Follies (Other), 1953 Danger (Performer), 1969-1970 The Jim Nabors Hour (in person), 1968-1969 The Kraft Music Hall (in person), 1951 The Kate Smith Evening Hour (in person), 1943 This Is the Army (in person), 1933 Going Hollywood (Sound), 2012 My Music: Big Band Vocalists (Other), 2004 The Polar Express (Sound), 1935 A Night at the Opera (Sound), 1975 The Smothers Brothers Show (in person), 1965-1970 The Dean Martin Comedy Hour (in person), 1955-1957 The Jackie Gleason Show (Performer), 1933 Hello, Everybody! (Performer), 1982 The 34th Annual Emmy Awards (in person), 1976 The Stars and Stripes Show (in person), 1975 Cher (in person), 1970 The Andy Williams Show (in person), 1969 Jimmy Durante Presents the Lennon Sisters (in person), 1964-1967 The Hollywood Palace (in person), 1959 The Garry Moore Show (in person), 1950-1953 The Kate Smith Hour (in person), 1951 Red Cross Fund Program (in person), 1932 Rambling 'Round Radio Row #1 (in person), 1984 Before Stonewall (Sound), 2003 Christmas from Hollywood (Other), 2010 Broad Street Bullies (Other), 1941 The Great American Broadcast (Other), 2002 The Good Girl (Sound), 1982 Henry Fonda: The Man and His Movies (Other), 1970 The Hollywood Palace (Other), 1939 Fast and Furious (Sound), 1937 When's Your Birthday (Sound), 2010-2013 Michael Feinstein's American Songbook (Other), 1955-1968 The Ed Sullivan Show (in person), 1975 Brother Can You Spare a Dime (Other), 2003 Great Performances (Other), 2001 Biography (Other), 1959 Once Upon a Christmas Time (Performer), 1950 The Kate Smith Hour (Writer), 1950 The Kate Smith Hour (Producer), 1975 Tony Orlando and Dawn (in person), 1975 The 17th Annual Grammy Awards (in person), 1971 The Pearl Bailey Show (in person), 1967-1969 The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (in person), 1968 The Beautiful Phyllis Diller Show (in person), 1967 The Jackie Gleason Show (in person), 1965 What's My Line (in person), 1963-1964 The Jack Paar Program (in person), 1959 The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show (in person), 1957 The Big Record (in person), 1957 The Kate Smith Show (in person), 1951 The Milton Berle Show (in person), 1942 Night Shift (in person)
Theater Credits
Flying High - Performer (March 3, 1930 - January 3, 1931), Honeymoon Lane - Performer (September 20, 1926 - July 23, 1927)

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