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Bing Crosby
   is the stage name of   
Harry Lillis Crosby
Bing Crosby
   uttered the last words   
"That Was a Great Game of Golf, Fellas."
Because of incorrect instructions from his family, the year of birth engraved on Bing Crosby's tombstone is 1904, rather than the correct date of 1903. [wikipedia]
The character C.K. Dexter Haven was played by Bing Crosby
High Society (1956)
Bing Crosby
   for his role in   
Going My Way (1944)
Bing Crosby
   released the single   
I'll Be Seeing You
1944; 4 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the single   
Swinging on a Star
1944; 9 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the single   
White Christmas
1943; 11 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby and Carmen Cavallaro
   released the single   
I Can't Begin to Tell You
1946; 1 week as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters
   released the single   
Don't Fence Me In
1944; 8 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the single   
Only Forever
1940; 9 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Sweet Leilani
1937; 10 weeks as Billboard's #1; Oscar winning song from "Waikiki Wedding"
Bing Crosby
   has the middle name   
Lillis
Actor, singer
Here Comes the Groom (1951)
   starred   
Bing Crosby and Jane Wyman
Director: Frank Capra
Bing Crosby
   was born in   
Tacoma, U.S.A.
Washington.1903-1977. A popular American singer and motion-picture star
Going My Way (1944)
   starred   
Bing Crosby and Barry Fitzgerald
Director: Leo McCarey
Bing Crosby
   was considered for the role of   
Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls (1955)
Marlon Brando got the part
Don't Fence Me In
   was released by   
Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters
1944 - inducted in 1998
Swinging on a Star
   was released by   
Bing Crosby
1944 - inducted in 2002
White Christmas
   was released by   
Bing Crosby
1942 - inducted in 1974
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Dancing in the Dark
1931; peaked at #3 on the Billboard chart
Bing Crosby and Connee Boswell
   released the record   
An Apple for the Teacher
1939; peaked at #2 on the Billboard chart
Bing Crosby
   is buried in   
Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City, CA, U.S.A.
Singer, actor, d. 1977
Bing Crosby
   performed   
Marshmallow World
1950, US 24
Marshmallow World
   was performed by   
Bing Crosby
Bing Crosby
   was a   
Musician
One of the most popular recording artists of the 20th century
Bing Crosby
   was an   
Actor
1903-1977
Bing Crosby
   released the single   
I'll Be Home For Christmas
1943; peaked at #3 on the Billboard chart
Bing Crosby
   released the single   
Sunday, Monday or Always
1943; 7 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby and The Les Paul Trio
   released the single   
It's Been a Long, Long Time
1945; 1 week as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
At Your Command
1931; 3 weeks as Billboard's #1
Pennies from Heaven
   was released by   
Bing Crosby
1936 - inducted in 2004
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
It's Easy to Remember
1935; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
I've Got a Pocketful of Dreams
1938; 4 weeks as Billboard's #1; highest ranked version
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
June in January
1934; #1 on the Billboard chart
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Just One More Chance
1931; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Little Dutch Mill
1934; 5 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Out of Nowhere
1931; 3 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Red Sails in the Sunset
1935; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1; considered to be the best version
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Remember Me?
1937; 3 weeks as Billboard's #1; nominated for an Oscar for "Mr. Dodd Takes the Air"
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Shadow Waltz
1933; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Soon
1935; #1 on the Billboard chart
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
The Moon Got in My Eyes
1937; 4 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
1938; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby
   released the record   
You're Getting to Be a Habit
1933; 4 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby and The Mills Brothers
   released the record   
Dinah
1932; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1
Bing Crosby and Connee Boswell
   released the record   
Alexander's Ragtime Band
1938; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1; highest ranked version
Bing Crosby and Connee Boswell
   released the record   
Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)
1937; 1 week as Billboard's #1
Duke Ellington With Bing Crosby
   released the record   
Three Little Words
1930; 3 weeks as Billboard's #1; highest ranked version
Bing Crosby and Grace Kelly
   released the single   
True Love
1956; Academy Award nominee for "High Society"; peaked at #3 on the Billboard pop chart
Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
   was released by   
Bing Crosby
1932 - inducted in 2005






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