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Buddy Pepper

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Composer Buddy Pepper (born Jack Starkey) got his start at age 13 after winning the "Major Bowes Amateur Hour" on radio. From there he appeared on vaudeville and in 1939 appeared as an actor in Streets of New York. He appeared in a few more films until he became a member of the Air Corps during WWII. He became a composer for Universal after the war, penning such songs as the standard "When Johnny Comes Marching Home" and "Vaya con Dios." Pepper also worked as an arranger and a lyricist.

Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet The Reluctant Dragon
  • Guide
1941
No Score Yet Streets of New York
  • Flatfoot
1939
No Score Yet Gangster's Boy
  • Boy
1938
No Score Yet That Certain Age
  • Friend
1938

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