William Ripley Dorr

    William Ripley Dorr was an American music conductor who organized the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Choristers in 1930 in Long Beach, California, USA. The choir appeared or audio performed in dozens of Hollywood films from 1935 to 1951.


    Acting (8 Credits)

    1951The Great Caruso as Vocal Ensemble (uncredited)
    1942Mrs. Miniver as Choir (uncredited)
    1942Random Harvest as Church Singers (uncredited)
    1941Babes on Broadway as Church Choir (uncredited)
    1938A Christmas Carol as Singers of 'Adeste Fideles' (uncredited)
    1937The Prince and the Pauper as Choir (as St. Luke's Choristers)
    1936San Francisco as Choir (uncredited)
    1935A Tale of Two Cities as Background Singers (uncredited)

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