Among the initial black musicians to be always a regular person in a commercial saving studio. He began using the Lester and Lee Small music group in the 1940s and created his personal trio. He rejected the opportunity to use Duke Ellington’s Orchestra. He was wedded to his wife Mary Lou for twenty-one years; they elevated three daughters. He used Charles Mingus in the 1964 Monterey Jazz Event.
|1||Jazz bass player.|
|The Incredible Mr. Limpet||1964||musician: tuba - uncredited|
|Drums of Africa||1963||musician: bass - uncredited|
|Gypsy||1962||musician: alto sax - uncredited|
|Hatari!||1962||musician: tuba - uncredited|
|Some Like It Hot||1959||musician: double bass - uncredited|
|George Washington Carver||1959||Short musician: tuba and string bass|
|Three Little Bops||1957||Short musician: acoustic double bass - uncredited|
|Joe Adams Presents||1951||TV Series music assistant|
|Cabin in the Sky||1943||musician: acoustic double bass - uncredited|
|A Soldier's Story||1984||musician: acoustic double bass - uncredited|
|Longstreet||1971||TV Series musician - 1 episode|
|The Omega Man||1971||musician: bass - uncredited|
|The Smith Family||1971||TV Series composer: theme music - as G. Callendar, 1971-1972|
|Kelly's Heroes||1970||musician: bass - uncredited|
|Hunters Are for Killing||1970||TV Movie musician: bass - uncredited|
|Point Blank||1967||musician: bass - uncredited|
|The Danny Kaye Show||1963-1967||TV Series musician - 120 episodes|
|Once a Thief||1965||musician: tuba - uncredited|
|Broadside||1964||TV Series musician - 1 episode|
|An American Rhapsody||2001||writer: "Primrose Lane" 1957 - as George Callender|
|Deconstructing Harry||1997||as Red Callendar, "All the Things You Are" 1939|
|September||1987||performer: "My Ideal", "Night and Day" - as Red Callender|
|The Atomic Cafe||1982||Documentary performer: "Atomic Love"|
|The Lawrence Welk Show||1971||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Smith Family||1971||TV Series writer - 15 episodes|
|Some Like It Hot||1959||performer: "Sugar Blues" 1920, "Some Like It Hot" 1958, "Sugar Blues - Runnin' Wild" - uncredited|
|General Electric Theater||1956||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Fantasy Island||1984||TV Series||Acoustic Double Bassist Accompanying Dream Sequence Dance|
|St. Louis Blues||1958||Musician|
|New Orleans||1947||Bassist (as Red Callendar, Original New Orleans Ragtime Band)|
|I Dood It||1943||Acoustic double bassist with Hazel Scott (uncredited)|
|Think Fast, Mr. Moto||1937||Nightclub Bassist (uncredited)|
|Broadway Melody of 1936||1935||Sideline Musician (uncredited)|
|American Masters||1986||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|This Is Your Life||1984||TV Series||Himself|
|Club Date||1983||TV Series||Himself - Bassist|
|General Electric Theater||1956||TV Series||Himself - Member: The Trio|
|Jammin' the Blues||1944||Short||Himself - on Bass (as Red Callender)|
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