Martha Raye

Martha Raye (August 27, 1916 – October 19, 1994) was an American comic actress and standards singer who performed in movies, and later on television. She was honored in 1969 with an Academy Award as the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award recipient for her volunteer efforts and services to the troops.

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... performed by Bing Crosby, Leonid Kinskey, Martha Raye, Bob Burns, and Louis Prima, accompanied by The Sons of the Pioneers "I Can't Escape from You" (Richard A ... Paganini)" (Sam Coslow) performed by Martha Raye accompanied by Bob Burns on his Bazooka, Louis Prima, and The Sons of the Pioneers "Drink It Down" (Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger) performed by ... Whiting and Friedrich Hollaender) performed drunkenly by Martha Raye ...
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