Dagmar (November 29, 1921 - October 9, 2001, b. Virginia Ruth "Jennie" Lewis), was an actress, model, and TV personality who became famous as a recording artist during the early 1950s and was featured on NBC's "Broadway Open House." She is best known for the novelty smash, "Mama Will Bark" (1951), performed as a duet with Frank Sinatra in which howling dogs can be heard in the background.


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