Fran Allison


Fran Allison (November 20, 1907 - June 13, 1989) was a TV and radio personality, comedienne, singer, and the host of the popular children's TV puppet show, "Kukla, Fran And Ollie." As a performing artist, she is best known for "Peter Cottontail" (1950) and an early rendition of the oldies classic, "Too Young" (1951), as made famous by Nat "King" Cole (later also a hit for Donny Osmond).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Peter Cottontail (1950)
  • Too Young (1951)

Pop charts debut year: 1950

Years active: 1937 - ca. 1980s

Genres: Traditional pop

Labels: RCA Victor


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