Alton miller - possibilities


He returned to Hollywood in the late 1930s, with two dozen film credits, and became one of the most sought after cinematographers of the time. [3]


•   John Robert Cook  1/4 •   Alicia Guest (Long)  1/5 •   Stephen E Lewis  1/7 •   Tommy Martin  1/7 •   Lee Johnson  1/8 •   Linda Carolyn Randolph (Coon)  1/10 •   Jenny Robinson (Rowe)  1/12 •   Nancy Nations (Davis)  1/14 •   Brother Hazlehurst (Hazlehurst)  1/15 •   Carla Koplin (Cohn)  1/17 •   Stewart Newberry  1/18 •   Jane French (Newberry)  1/19 •   Gale Wainwright (Kitchings)  1/20 •   Jim Wiggins  1/21 •   Freeman Jerry Moore  1/22 •   Eden Persons (Perkins)  1/23 •   John Randolph Braddy  1/24 •   Judy Wade (Osborne)  1/24 •   A Perry Pawley  1/26 •   Pete Bourlakas  1/28 •   Larry Caldwell  1/28 •   Ann Cannafax (Mosley)  1/29 •   Judy Davis (DeLoach)  1/30 •   Ann Fretz (Camp)  1/30 •   Joseph Lee Perkins  1/31 •   Harry L. "Hap" Stanley  2/2 •   Nancy DuPree (Rodatus)  2/3 •   Judy Simmons (West)  2/3 Show More

1941  – Another 11 Top 10 hits:  The band made the movie, Sun Valley Serenade, introducing ‘Chattanooga Choo Choo’, soon a million seller.
#1 hits: ‘Song of the Volga Boatmen’, ‘You and I’, ‘Elmer’s Tune’.


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