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Percival Mackey (1894–1950)

Percival Mackey was born on June 15, 1894 in London, England as Thomas Percival Montague Mackey. He is known for his work on Jeannie (1941), Meet Sexton Blake! (1945) and The Balloon Goes Up (1942). He was married to Monti Ryan. He died on November 23, 1950 in Edgeware, Middlesex, England. See full bio »

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Known For

Jeannie Music Department
Meet Sexton Blake! Music Department
The Balloon Goes Up Music Department
Headline Music Department


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 1951 Take Me to Paris (music arranger - uncredited) / (musical director)
 1948 Calling Paul Temple (musical director)
 1947 The Hills of Donegal (musical director)
 1947 When You Come Home (musical director)
 1946 Honeymoon Hotel (musical director)
 1946 Loyal Heart (conductor)
 1945 Old Mother Riley at Home (musical director)
 1945 The Echo Murders (musical director)
 1945 Brief Encounter (composer: additional music - uncredited)
 1945 Home Sweet Home (musical director) / (special musical ensembles)
 1945 Meet Sexton Blake! (conductor)
 1945 Kiss the Bride Goodbye (musical director)
 1944 A Night of Magic (additional music arrangements - as Percival Mackey and His Band)
 1944 Strawberry Roan (musical director)
 1944 Demobbed (musical director)
 1944 It's in the Bag (musical director)
 1943 Old Mother Riley Overseas (musical director)
 1943 Up with the Lark (musical director)
 1943 Headline (musical direction)
 1943 Somewhere in Civvies (musical director)
 1943 I'll Walk Beside You (musical director - uncredited)
 1943 Variety Jubilee (musical director)
 1943 Somewhere on Leave (music performed by - uncredited)
 1942 Rose of Tralee (musical director)
 1942 The Balloon Goes Up (music by - as Percival Mackey and his Band)
 1942 Gert and Daisy Clean Up (musical director - as Percy Mackey)
 1942 Front Line Kids (musical director)
 1942 Hard Steel (music arranger)
 1942 The Missing Million (music arranger - uncredited)
 1942 Bob's Your Uncle (musical director)
 1942 Somewhere in Camp (music performed by - uncredited) / (musical director - uncredited)
 1942 Gert and Daisy's Week-end (musical director)
 1941 Her Father's Daughter (Short) (music director)
 1941 Sheepdog of the Hills (musical director)
 1941 Jeannie (musical director)
 1941 Danny Boy (musical director)
 1941 Facing the Music (musical director)
 1941 You Will Remember (musical director)
 1940 Sailors Don't Care (musical director)
 1940 Garrison Follies (musical director)
 1940 Somewhere in England (musical director)
 1940 Pack Up Your Troubles (musical director)
 1939 Music Hall Parade (musical director)
 1939 Old Mother Riley M.P. (composer: stock music (from Old Mother Riley in Paris, 1938 - uncredited)
 1938 Anything to Declare? (musical director)
 1938 Lily of Laguna (musical director)
 1938 Mountains O'Mourne (musical director)
 1938 This Man Is News (musical director)
 1938 Almost a Gentleman (musical director)
 1938 Old Mother Riley in Paris (musical director - uncredited)
 1937 The Melody Maker (musical director)
 1937 Make-Up (musical director)
 1936 Accused (musical director - uncredited)
 1936 Chick (musical director)
 1936 Cheer Up (music performer - as Percy Mackey and His Orchestra) / (musical arranger - as Percy Mackey)
 1935 Honeymoon for Three (musical director)
 1935 The Silent Passenger (musical director - uncredited)
 1934 Death at a Broadcast (composer: additional music - uncredited)
 1934 Girls Please! (musical director)
 1933 This Week of Grace (musical director) / (orchestrator)
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Alternate Names:

Percival Mackey and His Band | Percival Mackey and his Band | Percival Mackey's Band | Percy Mackey | Percy Mackey and His Orchestra | The Percival Mackey Trio

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