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Bing Crosby: A legend takes up where he left off

Philip Elwood, The San Francisco Examiner, 11 August 1977

IT USED to be said that Bing Crosby's was the best-known voice in the world, and that his films and wartime appearances in the 1940s had made him also the most recognized person on the face of the earth.

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