Buddy's Film Credits
 Buddy Clark’s renown as a "Ghost Singer" was such that film producer Darryl F. Zanuck hired him to do the singing for actor Jack Haley in"Wake Up And Live," a 1937 movie about a popular radio singer who gets "Mike Fright." The Hollywood welcome mat was now laid down for Buddy.  He even played a small cameo role in the 1942 film "Seven Days Leave," which starred two of Hollywood’s leading stars, Lucille Ball and Victor Mature. He also sang for actor Mark Stevens in the musical hit "I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now,"  "Melody Time" in 1948 and "Song of Surrender" in 1949.  At the peak of his popularity, 1946 through 1949, only Buddy Clark's voice, was being used in films.