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Anita Gordon

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Biography

Corsicana, Texas, USA
At the age of 6, Anita Gordon and her family moved in 1935 from Texas to Hollywood where she became a successful child star. As a teenager on network radio, she achieved singing fame as a regular on ventriloquist Edgar Bergen's show (Edgar's famous dummy Charlie McCarthy allegedly was smitten with her). She was the voice who said "I don't talk to strangers.." on the Buddy Clark hit "Linda" in 1946, and voiced the part of the Singing Harp who helped Mickey Mouse escape from the Beanstalk Giant with "...in his right vest pocket you'll find a key..." for Disney in 1947. Read more...

Actor

Character: Singing Harp

Fun & Fancy Free 1947

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