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Kathe Green appeared in Blake Edwards's 1968 film The Party, and then dubbed all of Mark Lester's singing voice in Oliver!. She signed to Deram label and used a line of poetry bestowed on her by close friend Richard Harris as the title for her album Run the Length of Your Wildness. Released in 1969, it was a collaborative effort with orchestral arrangements handled by John Cameron and production by Wayne Bickerton. The album produced one single, Primrose Hill, released the same year on Deram.
In 1971 she recorded the song "Marianne", which was played over the opening credits to the film Die Screaming, Marianne, starring Susan George. Green even came to record for the Motown label in the mid-1970s, but afterwards stepped away from the music business.
- Run the Length of Your Wildness (Deram/Decca, 1969) (reissued on Rev-Ola)
- Kathe Green (Prodigal/Motown, 1976)
- Napolitano, Marc (2014). Oliver! A Dickensian Musical. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199364824. Retrieved 20 December 2015.
- ABC News: "Oliver Twist's voice dubbed by girl: report", 19 December 2004. Accessed 6 November 2013