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Here". New York Times. p. 12. Malcolm, Derek (17 Sep 1970). "Has anybody here seen Kelly?". The Guardian. London (UK). p. 8. "Notes on People". New York
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Iron Duke" 1971 Paul Temple Francoise Season 3, Episode 8: "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" Play for Today Christine Season 2, Episode 5: " Thank You Very
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1910, for Victor Records, and had immediate success with "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly", an Americanised version of a British song. She and Norworth recorded
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Episode: "Asquith in Orbit." Paul Temple Springett Episode: "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" Shadows of Fear John Dolby Episode: "Come Into My Parlour" Out
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Callin' Caroline (Columbia 15381D) Ho! By Jingo (Columbia 1637D) Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (Columbia 1637D) Just A Baby's Prayer At Twilight (Columbia 15578D)
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Herald, “Sports Weekend” June 10, 1983; Sports Illustrated “Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly” by Rick Telander, Feb 27, 1984 Cleveland Plain Dealer, “Plain
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Frank C. Stanley "Good Evening, Caroline" – Billy Murray "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" – Florrie Forde "I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray" – Fisk University
Dennis Spooner (1,784 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
"Burial at Sea" (1970) "The Logicians" (1971) BBC1 Paul Temple "Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?" (1971) BBC1 Jason King Creator, with Monty Berman, of series
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on Me. Other sound releases included Darling Nellie Gray, Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly?, When the Midnight Choo-Choo Leaves for Alabam’, Coming Through
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efficient and reliable to the man who pays him – first. 34 Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? Dennis Spooner Eric Price 7 March 1971 Exists Very efficient these
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Here". New York Times. p. 12. Malcolm, Derek (17 Sep 1970). "Has anybody here seen Kelly?". The Guardian. London (UK). p. 8. Perlman, Jeffrey (3 Sep 1977)
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This is Paris (1926) (titles) Ladies at Ease (1927) (writer) Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly? (1928) (writer) "Biography for Rob Wagner". IMDb: The Internet