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Frank De Vol

Wrote Television theme tracks for “The Brady Number” and “My 3 Sons.” He was also an arranger for Doris Day time, Tony Bennett, among others. He became a member of his father’s vaudeville theatre at age group 14. He could play appropriately by 20, which resulted in his use the Alvino Rey Orchestra and on LA radio. He received four Academy Honor nominations for his ratings to “Cushion Chat” from 1959, “Hush… Hush, Lovely Charlotte” from 1964,” “Kitty Ballou” from 1965, and “Think Who’s Arriving at Supper” from 1967. He was created in Moundsville, Western Virginia, and was raised in Canton, Ohio. He was wedded to his 1st wife Grayce Agnes McGinty from 1935 until her loss of life in 1989. Then married celebrity and Big Music group vocalist Helen O’Connell in 1991. He discovered time to consider small parts while watching camera among his several musical engagements, showing up in “The Mother or father Capture” starring a Hayley Mills.

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