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Jack Mercer, Mae Questel, The Seaweed Singers And The Jimmy Carroll Orchestra* - Never Pick A Fight With Popeye / Help! Help! (Vinyl)


  1. Johnny Mercer wasn't just one of the finest comic (and otherwise) songwriters in American pop history, he was also one of its finest singers -- and when he wasn't writing or singing, he found the time to produce and arrange for the label he'd founded, Capitol. The DRG compilation Mercer Sings Mercer unites all three (or four) of these pursuits, with a set of 23 songs -- all of them sung.
  2. Jack Mercer passed away on December 4, , 40 days away from what would have been his 75th birthday on January 13, Mercer was the son of vaudeville and Broadway performers, and so his background included performing on the vaudeville and theatre.
  3. Winfield B. "Jack" Mercer (January 13, – December 4, ) was an American voice actor, animator and writer. He is best known as the voice of cartoon characters Popeye the .
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  5. Nov 26,  · When the deep-voiced blues singer Mae Mercer ran away from her native North Carolina to New York in , the year old wasn't planning on going to .
  6. Which state has the most Jack Mercer fans? See popularity across the US and find out what else Bing knows. Rewards. All; Images; Voice Actor. Jack Mercer. Jan 13, - Dec 07, (age 74) Other popular celebrities. William Costello. Mae Questel. Margie Hines. Paul L. Smith. Search the latest about Jack Mercer on Bing. Overview. Timeline.
  7. Bazooka Joe & his Gang present Popeye the Sailor in some of his best episodes ever. Popeye opened in the summer of as part of the "Betty Boop" series. What followed was the classic Popeye plot: Olive leaves with Popeye, Bluto follows the couple, and the two sailors compete for Olive s attentions through feats of pleasirluxingberscakosnamofarmcornli.xyzinfos: 9.
  8. R. Jack Mercer July 17, – August 26, Robert John (Jack) Mercer was born in Pasco, Washington. He was 91 years old when he died peacefully from congestive heart failure in .