Dennis Day

DENNIS DAY was born Owen Patrick Eugene McNulty, was an American singer and radio, television and film personality of Irish descent.

Day appeared for the first time on Jack Benny's radio show on October 8, 1939, taking the place of another famed tenor, Kenny Baker. He remained associated with Benny's radio and television programs until Benny's death in 1974. He was introduced (with actress Verna Felton playing his mother) as a young (nineteen-year-old), naive boy singer – a character he kept through his whole career. His first song was "Goodnight My Beautiful".

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Al Jolson: Duets
All the Things You Are
Ave Maria
Clancy Lowered the Boom
Hand Holdin' Music
If it Were Easy to Do
Johnny Appleseed
Love and the Weather
Mister and Missippi
Mother Machree
My Wild Irish Rose
Ona the Tarantellona
Sincerely Yours
Sleep My Child (Lullaby For a Displaced Child)
Snow Whites and the Seven Dwarfs
St. Patrick's Day Parade
The Boy Who Sang for the King (Part 1)
When Hearts Are Young
When I Grow Too Old to Dream
When Irish Eyes are Smiling