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Poley McClintock Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Poley McClintock (1900-1980) was a member of Fred Waring's Pennsylvanians, a popular jazz band of the 1920s. His characteristic vocal inflections are heard frequently in many of the Pennsylvanians' novelty tunes, singing his parts in a low-range frog-like croak. It is widely believed that the part sung by Tony Burrows in The Pipkins' 1970 novelty record Gimme Dat Ding was intended as a tribute to McClintock.Poley's son James (Jamie) McClintock is a 1957 graduate of Hamilton College; he later earned an MA in Speech and Drama at Cornell University.
|Date Of Birth||September 24, 1900|
|Place Of Birth||East Nantmeal, Pennsylvania, USA|
|1||Original member, along with Fred Waring, Tom Waring, and Freddie Buck, of "Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians".|
|The Fred Waring Show||1951||TV Series||Tweedle Dee|
|Katnip Kollege||1938||Short||Frog Voice Vocal (voice, uncredited)|
|Waring's Pennsylvanians||1927||Short||Himself (uncredited)|