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Ralph Rainger

Constructed I Wished over the Moon, Blue Hawaii, Love in Bloom, and Thanks for the Memory. He generally worked in movies. He graduated from Dark brown University. He started his profession on Broadway doing work for Clifton Webb as his accompanist. He was posthumously inducted in to the Songwriters Hall of Popularity in 1970. He passed away within a midair collision, abandoning his wife Elizabeth and his three kids. He collaborated with Leo Robin on Thanks a lot for the Storage, which became Bob Hope’s personal song.

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