The King's Men were a quartet formed in Hollywood in 1929 which took their name from a radio sponsor named King. Their first engagement was as a singing foursome in the Paramount film "Sweetie." This led to other films and radio contracts. They were heard, and sometimes seen, in many feature films, most notably in The Wizard of Oz (1939), in which they were the off-screen voices for the Lollipop Guild.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1946 St. Patrick’s Day Bing Crosby 1
1992 For Me and My Gal: Music From the Original Motion Picture Various Artists 2

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1980 The Best of Burl's for Boys and Girls Burl Ives 1
2016 Beat From Badsville∶ Trash Classics From Lux And Ivy's Vinyl Mountain, Vol. 3 Various Artists 1
The Best of Club 51 Records Various Artists 1

Album + Soundtrack

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1995 Mickey & Judy: The Judy Garland & Mickey Rooney Collection (incomplete, part of a 4cd set) Judy Garland & Mickey Rooney 1

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