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Johnny Marvin Net Worth

Johnny Marvin Net Worth is
$1 Million

Johnny Marvin Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Johnny Marvin was born on July 11, 1897 in Butler, Indian Territory, USA as John Senator Marvin. He died on December 20, 1944 in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, USA.
Source
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of BirthJuly 11, 1897
Died1944-12-10
Place Of BirthButler, Indian Territory, USA [now Oklahoma, USA]
ProfessionSoundtrack, Actor, Composer
Star SignCancer
#Fact
1His death was contributed to the contraction of malaria while traveling overseas to entertain the troops during WWII which he refused medical treatment for due to his Christian Science beliefs.
2Brother of Frankie Marvin (Frank James Marvin),(1904-1985).
3Inducted into the Ukulele Hall of Fame in 2003.
4In the 1920s, he was one of the most celebrated ukulele performers and crooners of the era. Billing himself as "Honey Duke and His Uke" then as "Johnny Marvin, the Ukulele Ace" his recorded output was prodigious. Among his many hits from the 1920s: "Oh How She Could Play the Ukulele," "Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away," "If You See Sally," "There's Something Nice About Everyone (But There's Everything Nice About You)" and many others. He even had a brand of ukulele named for him, which sported his face on the headstock and was noted for its unique airplane-shaped bridge. As the ukulele craze of the 20s faded, Marvin retired. When the stock market crashed, however, he lost his savings and came out of retirement, reinventing himself as a cowboy songwriting partner to Gene Autry, providing him with a second equally noteworthy career that lasted until his death.

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Little Boy2015performer: "Happy Days Are Here Again"
Myra Breckinridge1970writer: "There's Only One Love in a Lifetime" - uncredited
The Gene Autry Show1950-1954TV Series writer - 7 episodes
Goldtown Ghost Riders1953writer: "Goldmine in Your Heart" - uncredited
Whirlwind1951writer: "As Long As I Live"
Silver City Bonanza1951writer: "Lollipop Lane"
Under California Stars1948writer: "Dust"
Robin Hood of Texas1947writer: "The Merry-Go-Roundup"
Song of the Range1944writer: "Saddle Pals"
I'm from Arkansas1944writer: "Stay Away from My Heart"
Sing, Neighbor, Sing1944writer: "Sing, Neighbor, Sing", "The Popcorn Polka" uncredited
Trigger Trail1944writer: "'Long About Sundown"
Boss of Boomtown1944writer: "Ninety-Nine Days", "My Proud Beauty", "Texas"
Marshal of Gunsmoke1944writer: "Sundown Trail"
Man from Music Mountain1943writer: "I'm Beginning to Care"
Rhythm Serenade1943writer: "Bye and Bye" - uncredited
Arizona Trail1943writer: "Stay Away From My Heart"
Hoosier Holiday1943writer: "Hoosier Holiday", "Bow-Legged Cowboy"
Vengeance of the West1942writer: "Along The Trail Somewhere", "Only Yesterday"
In Old California1942writer: "She Was a Heavenly Sight", "California Joe"
Home in Wyomin'1942writer: "Twilight in Old Wyomin'"
Down Rio Grande Way1942writer: "Texas"
North of the Rockies1942writer: "Jog, Jog, Jogging Along", "Get Your Man, Mountie Boys, Get Your Man"
Shepherd of the Ozarks1942writer: "Dreams That Won't Come True"
Heart of the Rio Grande1942writer: "A Rumble Seat For Two"
Texas Man Hunt1942writer: "My Pony on the Range"
The Singing Hill1941writer: "There'll Never Be Another Pal Like You"
Texas Terrors1940writer: "Listen to the Rhythm of the Range" 1937 - uncredited
Barnyard Follies1940writer: "Big Boy Blues", "Barnyard Holiday", "Lollipop Lane", "I Love to Be a Cowboy"
Ride, Tenderfoot, Ride1940writer: "Oh! Oh! Oh!" 1940, "On the Range" - uncredited
Carolina Moon1940writer: "At the Rodeo" 1940, "Dreaming Dreams That Won't Come True" 1940 - uncredited
Gaucho Serenade1940lyrics: "Keep Rollin' Lazy Longhorns" - uncredited / music: "Headin' for the Wide Open Spaces", "A Song at Sunset", "Keep Rollin' Lazy Longhorns" - uncredited
Shooting High1940lyrics: "Shanty of Dreams" 1940, "Only One Love in a Lifetime" 1940 - as Johnnie Marvin / music: "Shanty of Dreams" 1940, "Only One Love in a Lifetime" 1940 - as Johnnie Marvin
Rancho Grande1940lyrics: "Dude Ranch Cow Hands" 1938, "There'll Never Be Another Pal Like You" 1940, "I Don't Belong in Your World" 1939 - uncredited / music: "Dude Ranch Cow Hands" 1938, "There'll Never Be Another Pal Like You" 1940, "I Don't Belong in Your World" 1939 - uncredited / writer: "Whistle" 1940, "Swing of the Range" 1940 - uncredited
South of the Border1939lyrics: "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye" 1939 - uncredited / music: "Goodbye Little Darlin' Goodbye" 1939 - uncredited / writer: "Moon of Manana", "Merry-Go-Roundup", "When the Cactus Blooms Again" - uncredited
Rovin' Tumbleweeds1939lyrics: "Ole Peaceful River" 1939, "A Girl Like You and a Night Like This" - uncredited / music: "Ole Peaceful River" 1939, "A Girl Like You and a Night Like This" - uncredited
In Old Monterey1939writer: "Born in the Saddle" 1939, "Little Pardner" 1939 - uncredited
Colorado Sunset1939writer: "Poor Little Dogie" 1939 - uncredited
Mountain Rhythm1939writer: "It Was Only a Hobo's Dream" 1939, "Gold Mine in Your Heart" 1939, "Knights of the Open Road" 1939 - uncredited
Blue Montana Skies1939writer: "Rockin' in the Saddle" 1939, "'Neath the Blue Montana Skies" 1939, "The Old Geezer" 1939, "Famous Men of the West", "I Just Want You" 1939 - uncredited
Home on the Prairie1939lyrics: "I'm Gonna Round Up My Blues" 1939, "I'd Rather Be on the Outside" 1939 - uncredited / music: "I'm Gonna Round Up My Blues" 1939, "I'd Rather Be on the Outside" 1939 - uncredited
Western Jamboree1938lyrics: "Old November Moon" 1938, "I Love the Morning" - uncredited / music: "Old November Moon" 1938, "I Love the Morning" - uncredited / writer: "Balloon Song" - uncredited
Come On, Rangers1938writer: "I've Learned a Lot About Women" - uncredited
Rhythm of the Saddle1938lyrics: "Merry Go Roundup" 1938, "The Old Trail" 1938 - uncredited / music: "Merry Go Roundup" 1938, "The Old Trail" 1938 - uncredited / writer: "Oh! Ladies" 1938 - uncredited
Prairie Moon1938lyrics: "Rhythm of the Hoofbeats" 1938 - uncredited / music: "Rhythm of the Hoofbeats" 1938 - uncredited
Man from Music Mountain1938lyrics: "I'm Beginning to Care" 1938 - uncredited / music: "I'm Beginning to Care" 1938 - uncredited / writer: "There's a Little Deserted Town on the Prairie", "Love, Burning Love", "Good Bye, Pinto" - uncredited
Gold Mine in the Sky1938writer: "Dude Ranch Cowhands" 1938, "As Long as I Have My Horse" 1938
Under Western Stars1938writer: "Dust", "Listen to the Rhythm of the Range"
Springtime in the Rockies1937writer: "There'll Be a Hayridin' Wedding in June", "Down in the Land of Zulu" - uncredited
Rambling 'Round Radio Row #31932Short performer: "Seven Come Eleven" - uncredited / writer: "Seven Come Eleven" - uncredited
A Movietone Divertissement1930Short performer: "I Still Love You" - uncredited
Metro Movietone Revue1929/IIShort performer: "If You Don't Love Me"

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Rambling 'Round Radio Row #31932ShortJohnny Marvin-Singer

Composer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
North of the Rockies1942

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Springtime in the Rockies1937songs by

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
A Movietone Divertissement1930ShortHimself
Metro Movietone Revue1929/IIShortHimself - Singer
Johnny Marvin1928ShortHimself

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1939OscarAcademy Awards, USABest Music, Original SongUnder Western Stars (1938)

Known for movies


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