Bill Lee  American Actor

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Charlotte's Web1973Singer (voice)Movie
Slaughterhouse-Five1972Singer (uncredited)Movie
The Beguiled1971Singer (uncredited)Movie
Babar Comes to America1971Singer (voice)TV Movie
Here's Lucy1968SingerTV Show
Thoroughly Modern Millie1967Trevor GraydonMovie
Cinderella1965FatherTV Movie
Hey There, It's Yogi Bear1964Yogi BearMovie
Mary Poppins1964Ram (voice, uncredited)Movie
It Happened at the World's Fair1963The Mellomen (uncredited)Movie
State Fair1962Emily's Dance PartnerMovie
101 Dalmatians1961RogerMovie
Donald and the Wheel1961Short Film
South Pacific1958Lieutenant Joseph Cable, USMCMovie
Paul Bunyan1958Chorus (voice, as The Mellomen)Short Film
Love Me or Leave Me1955Singer (uncredited)Movie
The Sea Chase1955Singer (uncredited)Movie
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers1954Caleb PontipeeMovie
Pigs Is Pigs1954Singer (voice, uncredited)Short Film
Take the High Ground!1953Singer of "Julie" (uncredited)Movie
The Glenn Miller Story1953Member The Mellomen) (uncredited)Movie
Alice in Wonderland1951Card PainterMovie
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Bill Lee

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    Bill Lee (August 21, 1916 – November 15, 1980) was an American playback singer who provided a voice or singing voice in many films, for actors in musicals and for many Disney characters. He was born in Johnson, Nebraska, and like his dancing colleagu...

    First Name Bill
    Last Name Lee
    Age 64 (age at death) years
    Birthday 21st August, 1916
    Birthplace Johnson, Nebraska, USA
    Died 15th November, 1980
    Place of Death Los Angeles, California, USA
    Build Average
    Hair Color Brown - Dark
    Zodiac Sign Leo
    Ethnicity White
    Nationality American
    Occupation Text Voice Actror
    Occupation Actor
    Claim to Fame One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
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