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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

CLARK DENNIS WAS HEART THROB SINGER IN THE 1930s

CHERISHING OUR VALLEY           2013

Clark Dennis died at the age of 83 in Estes Park, Colorado. He began his show business career singing with America's pin up girl Betty Grable in the Ben Pollack Orchestra. Dennis and Grable remained friends when they both lived in the San Fernando Valley. Clark Dennis was known world wide for his renditions of "Spanish Granada" and "Peg O' My Heart." He got his start in Chicago in the 1930s, where he met and became life long friends with the Encino/Tarzana trumpeter Ralph F. Muzzillo. 
 Autographed photo to Ralph Muzzillo Sr. from 1930s singer Clark Dennis


After his singing career was over, Clark Dennis made his living running an entertainment industry bookstore on Ventura Boulevard.


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