Judd Conlon

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Judd "Jud" Conlon (1910 - July 28, 1966) was born in 1910 in Cuba City, Wisconsin. He later married Charlotte Manley Conlon and together they had one son, Michael Conlon. For most of his career, Judd was a musical arranger for Walt Disney. Among his credits are the Disney movies Alice in Wonderland (1951), Peter Pan (1953), and Babes in Toyland (1961). On July 28, 1966, he died in Chicago, Illinois.


Music Department:

  • The Judy Garland Show (1963-64) (CBS TV) (Choral Arrangements) Credited as The Jud Conlon Singers.
  • Bobby Darin and Friends (1961) (TV) (music arranger: vocal arrangements)
  • Screen Directors Playhouse (music arranger: vocal arrangements) (1 episode, 1956)
  • Prima Donna (1956) TV episode (music arranger: vocal arrangements)
  • Peter Pan (1953) (vocal arranger) "You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly!" (04:03)
  • Alice in Wonderland (1951) (music arranger: vocal arrangements)


  • It's Always Fair Weather (1955) ("March, March" (uncredited), "The Time for Parting" (uncredited),
  • "Once Upon a Time" (uncredited), "Why Are We Here?" (uncredited)
  • Here Comes Elmer (1943) (writer: "Hitch Old Dobbin to the Shay Again")


  • Cha-Cha-Cha Boom! (1956) (as The Judd Conlon Group) .... Himself
  • The Scene Of the Crime (1956) (as the Jud Conlon Singers with Bob Thompson's Orch.)

Live Duets:

  • "If You Stub Your Toe On The Moon" (1947-1949) Bing Crosby with Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires
  • "The court jester" (21 – 22 September 1955, Los Angeles) Sylvia Fine – Sammy Cahn With the Judd Conlon Singers

Radio work[edit]

  • "Quanta Le Gusto" Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires, " Stars Began To Fall" Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires, and "You Belong To Me" with Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires (October 30, 1952) With Ken Carpenter (announcer), The John Scott Trotter Orchestra, Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires, and Ziggy Elman CBS Radio, October 30, 1952

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Disney Work:

Radio Work: