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|Birth date:||October 29, 1916, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Death date:||November 21, 2002, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Birth place:||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|Spouse:||Earl Morrison (m. 1941–1942)|
|Parents:||John Hapgood, Goldie Wright|
|Albums:||Swingin' The Boogie|
Hadda Hapgood net worth & biography:Hadda Brooks (October 29, 1916 – November 21, 2002), was an American pianist, vocalist and composer. Her first single, "Swingin' the Boogie", which she composed, was issued in 1945. She was billed as "Queen of the Boogie." She sang at Hawaii's official statehood ceremony in 1959 and was reportedly asked for a private audience by Pope Pius XII. Wikipedia
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|This Is It||2009||Documentary performer: "I Hadn't Anyone Til You"|
|Holiday Festival on Ice 2007||2007||TV Movie performer: "I'll Be Home For Christmas"|
|The Thirteenth Floor||1999||performer: "Easy Come, Easy Go"|
|Finding Graceland||1998||performer: "Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere" / writer: "Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere"|
|The Crossing Guard||1995||performer: "Any Time, Any Place, Any Where", "I Want A Little Sugar In My Bowl" / writer: "Any Time, Any Place, Any Where"|
|The Bad and the Beautiful||1952||performer: "Temptation" - uncredited|
|In a Lonely Place||1950||performer: "I Hadn't Anyone Till You"|
|Out of the Blue||1947||performer: "Out of the Blue"|
|I'll Wave Back||2000||Piano Player|
|Pajama Party||2000||TV Series||'Groovy Grandma' guest|
|The Thirteenth Floor||1999||Lounge Piano Player|
|The Crossing Guard||1995||Piano Player|
|The Hadda Brooks Show||1957||TV Series||Host|
|The Bad and the Beautiful||1952||Piano Player (uncredited)|
|In a Lonely Place||1950||Singer|
|Hadda Brooks, Queen of the Boogie||2012||Documentary||Hadda Brooks|
|The Jim J. and Tammy Faye Show||1996||TV Series|
|The Joint Is Jumpin'||1949||Herself|
|Boogie Woogie Blues||1948||Herself|
|Out of the Blue||1947||Herself|
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|1||The first black woman in the USA to host her own TV show.|
|2||In 1941, she married Earl "Shug" Morrison, who played for the Harlem Globetrotters. But Morrison died of pneumonia within a year, and Brooks never remarried.|
|3||At age 4, she begged her parents - her mother was a doctor, her father a deputy sheriff - for piano lessons. She later studied classical music.|
|4||Lived in Australia, Europe and Hawaii before returning to Los Angeles.|
|5||Pianist and torch singer.|
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