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Jim Dale MBE (born James Smith on August 15, 1935) is a British singer, songwriter, and actor.

Several of his songs entered the UK singles chart:

* "Be My Girl" (1957) * "Just Born" (1958) * "Crazy Dream" (1958) * "Sugartime" (1958)

He wrote the song "Dick-a-Dum-Dum (King's Road)," which became a minor hit for Des O'Connor in 1969, and his lyrics for the movie theme Georgy Girl were nominated for an Academy Award in 1966. The song (performed by The Seekers) reached… read more

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  • A masterpiece of a poo splattered the windows and walls. Harry spent ten whole minutes trying to squash a particularly fat one into Haggrids mouth.
  • Roses are red. Violets are blue. This is Jim Dale. Great lumps of POO!
  • vastly underrated singer,listen to dont let go,probably the best british rock n roll singer at that time compared to cliff .just saying
  • YO JIM DALE IS MY FUCKIN NIGGA FUCK ALL THESE STEPHEN FRY POSER NEWJACK FUCKS! JIMMY D IS OG. MAN IS THE VOICE OF HARRY POTTER FOR ME AND ALL THE REAL MOTHER FUCKERS.
  • And, for some strange reason, Jim Dale came suddenly into the class. And, for some strange reason, Jim Dale came suddenly on his own face. Oh yes!
  • I think he's a good narrator, actually. I like Stephen Fry too but there is nothing wrong with Jim's version of the Harry Potter audio books.
  • I listened to one chapter of him reading the Harry Potter and had to turn it off. It was awful! Stephen Fry is way better! :D
  • how come nobody listens to "dirty potter"?
  • He has the best voice for narration ever!

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