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André Baruch net worth & biography:André Baruch (August 20, 1908 - September 15, 1991) was an American broadcaster who had a familiar voice as a film narrator and on radio as an announcer, news commentator, talk show host, disc jockey and sportscaster.Although Baruch made his name as a major announcer, he tried to begin his career as a pianist for NBC Radio. He got into the wrong line of applicants; he had entered the announcers' line and was hired on the spot. A native of France, he spoke fluent French, as well as fluent English.A World War II veteran, Baruch was in the original invasion of North Africa, spent almost four years overseas and was honorably discharged as a major. Baruch was involved in the mid-1940s launching of the Armed Forces Radio Service with stations in Algiers, Casablanca, Oran, Sicily and Tunis. Wikipedia
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|A Summer to Remember||1985||TV Movie||Narrator (voice)|
|Cowboy and the Tiger||1963||TV Movie||Announcer|
|The United States Steel Hour||1961||TV Series|
|The Jack Benny Program||1954||TV Series||Commercial Announcer / Commercial announcer|
|Love Island||1952||Narrator (voice)|
|All Star Revue||1950-1951||TV Series||Announcer|
|Fifty Years Before Your Eyes||1950||Documentary||Narrator|
|The Girl from Jones Beach||1949||Pathé Newsreel Narrator (uncredited)|
|Masters of Magic||1949||TV Series||Host|
|On the Wing||1938||Short||Narrator|
|The 41st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards||1989||TV Special||Himself - Presenter: Outstanding Writing in Variety or Music Program|
|Bolivia- The Last Frontier||1966||Documentary short Narrator|
|Speed Week||1957||Documentary short||Narrator (voice, as Andre Baruch)|
|Salar, the Leaper||1957||Documentary short||Narrator (voice, as Andre Baruch)|
|Alert Today - Alive Tomorrow||1956||Documentary short||Himself - Narrator (voice, as Andre Baruch)|
|Your Hit Parade||1951-1956||TV Series||Himself - Announcer / Himself / Himself (Announcer)|
|Striper Time||1956||Documentary short||Narrator (voice, as Andre Baruch)|
|Ski-Flying||1956||Documentary short||Himself - Narrator (voice, as Andre Baruch)|
|Island Windjammers||1956||Documentary short||Narrator (voice)|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1955||TV Series||Himself|
|Say It with Spills||1953||Documentary short||Narrator|
|Molly Bee Sings||1953||Documentary short||Narrator|
|Your Lucky Clue||1952||TV Series||Announcer (uncredited)|
|Airline Glamour Girls||1949||Documentary short||Narrator|
|Americana||1947||TV Series||Himself (substitute host)|
|Quarter Horses||1946||Documentary short||Narrator (voice)|
|Winning Basketball||1946||Documentary short||Narrator (voice)|
|The World of Tomorrow||1939||Documentary short||Himself - Narrator|
|Television||1939||Short documentary||Narrator (voice)|
|Camps of Death||1983||Video documentary||Narrator (segment "Justice: 8 Little Nazis Are Executed")|
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|1||Baruch provided the signature introduction for such radio programs as The Shadow, Your Hit Parade, and The Kate Smith Hour.|
|2||US radio and TV announcer whose career spanned some 60 years.|
|3||Baruch was the voice of the Pathé News newsreels before and after WWII.|
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