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Also Known As: The Frank Devol Orchestra Died: October 27, 1999
Born: September 20, 1911 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Moundsville, West Virginia, USA Profession: composer, songwriter, music arranger, actor

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Provided the music for over half the films directed by Robert Aldrich, including "The Big Knife", "Kiss Me Deadly" (both 1955) and "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" (1962). DeVol's best known composition is probably the theme music for TV's "The Brady Bunch" (1969-74).

Provided the music for over half the films directed by Robert Aldrich, including "The Big Knife", "Kiss Me Deadly" (both 1955) and "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" (1962). DeVol's best known composition is probably the theme music for TV's "The Brady Bunch" (1969-74).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Frisco Kid, The (1979) Piano Player
2.
 The Big Mouth (1967) Bogart
3.
 A Very Special Favor (1965) Desk clerk
4.
 The Parent Trap (1961) Mr. Eaglewood
5.
 Where's Everett? (1966) Murdock
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Raised in Canton, Ohio
1954:
First feature as composer, Robert Aldrich's "World for Ransom"
1977:
Played the regular role of Happy Kyne on the "Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman" spin-off/talk show spoof "Fernwood 2-Night"

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wife:
Grayce DeVol. Born on June 15, 1915; died on February 1, 1989.
wife:
Helen O'Connell. Singer. Born on May 23, 1920; married from 1991 until her death on September 9, 1993.

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daughter:
Linda DeVol Morehouse.
daughter:
Donna DeVol Copeland.

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