Jimmie Dodd

Jimmie Dodd

  • Born on
    • March 28th, 1910
  • Died on
    • November 10th, 1964
Jimmie Dodd was an American actor, singer and songwriter, best known as the master of ceremonies for the popular 1950s Walt Disney television series The Mickey Mouse Club, as well as the writer of its well-known theme song "The Mickey Mouse Club March." A different version of this march, much slower in tempo and with different lyrics, became the alma mater that closed each episode.

Starring Jimmie Dodd on Plex


Acting (12 Credits)

1952The Lusty Men as Red Logan
1950The Second Woman as Mr. Nelson
1950Quicksand as Buzz
1950Convicted as Convict Grant (uncredited)
1948The Noose Hangs High as Messenger (uncredited)
1948Sleep, My Love as Elevator Operator
1948You Gotta Stay Happy as Curly
1947Buck Privates Come Home as GI Buddy (uncredited)
1946The Man I Love as Jimmy
1944Since You Went Away as Train Passenger (uncredited)
1942Flying Tigers as McIntosh
1941Caught in the Draft as Patient Hiding Under Bed

Himself (1 Credits)


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