Ken Darby

Ken Darby
1909 - 1992

Ken Darby  


Kenneth Lorin Darby (May 13, 1909 – January 24, 1992) was an American composer, vocal arranger, lyricist, and conductor. His film scores were recognized with three Academy Awards and one Grammy Award. He provided vocals for the Munchkinland mayo...

First Name Ken
Last Name Darby
Age 82 (age at death) years
Birthday 13th May, 1909
Birthplace Hebron, Nebraska
Died 24th January, 1992
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Occupation Text Composer Vocal arranger Conductor
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The 32nd Annual Academy Awards1960 Himself - Winner: Best Scoring of a Musical Picture Movie
Make Room for Daddy1953 Singing Group (1 episode, 1956) TV Show
The Brave Engineer1950 Himself (as The King's Men) Short Film
The Kansan1943 Singer, King's Men Quartet Movie
Follow the Band1943 Singer (as The King's Men) Movie
Hi, Buddy1943 Himself (as The King's Men) Movie
You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith1943 Himself (as The King's Men) Movie
Two-Faced Woman1941 Member - The King's Men Movie
The Roundup1941 Musician, Cowhand Movie
Knights of the Range1940 Singing cowhand Movie
Stagecoach War1940 Outlaw - member, The King's Men Movie
The Showdown1940 Rider (member, The King's Men) Movie
Honolulu1939 Groucho 1 (as The King's Men) Movie
The Wizard of Oz1939 Munchkinland Mayor (voice) Movie
Law of the Pampas1939 Singer, The King's Men Movie
Renegade Trail1939 Rider (Member, The King's Men) Movie
Alexander's Ragtime Band1938 Army Quartet Member Movie
Thanks a Million1935 Member of The King's Men Movie
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