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One of the lesser known aspects of actor Robert Mitchum's career was his forays into music. His voice had long been used instead of the professional singers when characters portrayed by Mitchum sang in his films. Notable productions featuring Mitchum's own singing voice included Rachel and the Stranger (1948), River of No Return (1954) and The Night of the Hunter (1955). After hearing traditional calypso music and…

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  • Cool beans bob
  • I love Mitchum very very much!!!
  • v One of the reasons Mitchum did a calypso album was to establish the legal positions of those songs, because singers had long been recording them for years without paying the original writers. He's also a very fine calypsonian. Many of the best Trinidadian musicians were performing on that album.
  • an US american actor is not necessarily a good calypsonian. I hope the originators of these wonderful songs got a fat check for this....
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  • You don't get actors like that anymore.
  • The Man with eyes full of holy smoke.Great actor, cinema gold`s.
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  • I this guys work :)
  • I love this guy !

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