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  1. Dick Haymes se convirtió en el vocalista de numerosas bandas, trabajó en Hollywood, en radio y en muchas películas durante las décadas de 1940 y 1950. Nunca obtuvo ciudadanía estadounidense, hecho que le permitió evitar tener que prestar servicio militar durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial , pues tenía la ciudadanía de un estado neutral en la misma, Argentina.

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    Dick Haymes. Richard Benjamin Haymes (September 13, 1918 – March 28, 1980) was an Argentinian-Irish actor and singer. He was one of the most popular male vocalists of the 1940s and early 1950s. He was the older brother of Bob Haymes, an actor, television host, and songwriter.

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0371376Dick Haymes - IMDb

    Dick Haymes, Actor: State Fair. Arguably one of the best crooners of the 20th century, Dick Haymes was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on September 13, 1918, to an English father and Irish-born mother of English descent. Brought to the U.S. as an infant, Dick inherited his vocal gift from his mother who had made ends meet during the Depression as a singer and voice teacher. A ...

    • Actor, Soundtrack
    • September 13, 1918
    • Dick Haymes
    • March 28, 1980
  4. Dick Haymes' birth in Argentina meant he was not legally an American citizen. In order to get out of the draft in 1944, he registered as a "resident alien" and was able to avoid service in the Armed Forces.

    • Richard Benjamin Haymes
    • Mr Evil
    • September 13, 1918 in Buenos Aires, Argentina
  5. Dick’s radio career was flourishing also, with Here’s To Romance, and Everything for the Boys (The Dick Haymes Show). Bill Burton was his agent at this time and it was his idea to team Dick with another client of his, Helen Forrest.

  6. Dick Haymes, con su impecable voz, potenció su talento. Joven, atractivo, cantante y seductor, no tardó en sumar conquistas. A fines de 1940 fue contratado para actuar en el hotel Sherman de ...

    • Daniel Balmaceda