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Speaking Confidentially - Alice Faye - In Hollywood (1934-1937) (Vinyl, LP)


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  1. Alice Faye, while not so well known today, was a very very famous singer in the thirties. She made her name on radio in , then transferred to films in and by , she was the top female box office star in America. While her voice was untrained and natural, she may have been the first white singer to popularise the husky contralto/5(7).
  2. Alice Faye () was a chorus girl who rose to movie stardom in such films as In Old Chicago (), Rose of Washington Square () and Tin Pan Alley (). She co-starred with husband Phil Harris in a popular radio comedy series. Semi-retired thereafter she remained popular in .
  3. CL - Alice Faye in Hollywood () - Alice Faye [] Issued in mono only. Nasty Man/Here's The Key To My Heart/Yes To You/According To The Moonlight/Speaking Confidentially/I've Got My Fingers Crossed/I'm Shooting High/Spreadin' Rhythm Around//Goodnight, My Love/This Year's Kisses/Slumming On Park Avenue/I've Got My Love To Keep.
  4. May 11,  · Alice Faye, Hollywood Star Who Sang for Her Man, Dies. By Aljean Harmetz. May 11, ; See the article in its original context from May 11, , Section A, .
  5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Alice Faye in Hollywood + On the Air; 2 LP's at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
  6. The actress was born Alice Jeanne Leppert on May 5, (some sources say ), in New York City, the third child of a city policeman. As a girl, she was attracted to the theaters that were a.
  7. Alice Faye was my first love, at that awkward time when I was sprouting peach fuzz on my chin and my once bell-clear boy soprano voice was little more than a cracked contralto. She was a stunning beauty and something about her presence on the giant movie screen spoke to me in a language that I didn't really understand then.

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