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Buddy Pepper

Buddy Pepper was an American pianist, songwriter, arranger and actor, known as one of three writers of Billboard's top tune of 1953, "Vaya Con Dios," which has been recorded over 500 times. He also wrote several songs for Universal Pictures' films, including Mister Big. In 1959, he wrote the title song for the Oscar-winning film Pillow Talk, which actress Doris Day sang during the opening credits... Read More

Birth nameJack Retherford Starkey
BornApril 21, 1922
La Grange, Kentucky, United States
DiedSherman Oaks, California, United States
Occupation(s)Songwriter, composer, arranger, actor
Years active1930s–1960s
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