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Helen O'Connell (I) (1920–1993)

Big-band vocalist of the 1940's who, duetting with singer Bob Eberly for the bandleader Jimmy Dorsey, was responsible for such million-selling recordings as "Green Eyes" and "Tangerine" as well as hit solo performances for Dorsey like "Six Lessons from Madame LaZonga." This vivacious blonde appeared with Dorsey and his orchestra in a few early-40'... See full bio »

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I Dood It Helen O'Connell
(1943)
The Fleet's In Helen O'Connell - Dorsey Band Vocalist
(1942)
The Fabulous Dorseys Helen O'Connell
(1947)
Matinee Theatre Actress
(1956)

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 1962-1964 The Red Skelton Hour (TV Series)
Mrs. Cavendish / Clara Appleby / Woman on Train
- Cast Your Brat Upon the Water (1964) ... Mrs. Cavendish
- Jerk and the Beanstalk (1963) ... Clara Appleby
- Rock on the Wild Side (1962) ... Woman on Train
 1956 Saturday Spectacular: Manhattan Tower (TV Movie)
Julie
 1956 Matinee Theatre (TV Series)
- A Man and a Maid (1956)
 1947 The Fabulous Dorseys
Helen O'Connell
 1943 I Dood It
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 1942 The Fleet's In
Helen O'Connell - Dorsey Band Vocalist
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Other Works:

(Summer 1982) She acted in the musical revue, "New Four Girls," in a Kenley Players production at the Memorial Hall in Dayton and in Akron, Ohio with Rosemary Clooney, Rose Marie and Kay Starr in the cast. John Kenley was artistic director. See more »
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Her second husband, best-selling novelist Tom T. Chamales, died in a fire at his Los Angeles apartment in 1960. They were in the process of getting a divorce at the time. See more »

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