From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. William Jay "Bill" Shirley (July 6, 1921 – August 27, 1989) was an American actor and tenor/lyric baritone singer who later became a Broadway theatre producer. He is perhaps best known as the speaking and singing voice of Prince Phillip in Walt Disney's 1959 animated classic Sleeping Beauty. Description above from the Wikipedia Bill Shirley licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
|Movie||Sleeping Beauty||Prince Phillip (voice)||1959-02-17|
|Movie||Sweethearts on Parade||Bill Gamble||1953-07-15|
|Movie||I Dream of Jeanie||Stephen Foster||1952-06-15|
|Movie||Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd||Bruce Martingale||1952-12-27|
|Movie||Alice in Wonderland||Dodo (voice)||1951-07-28|
|Movie||Nancy Goes to Rio||Tenor in Operetta (uncredited)||1950-03-10|
|Movie||Dancing in the Dark||Singer of Title Song Over Opening Credits||1949-12-02|
|Movie||Three Little Sisters||Pvt. Ferguson||1944-07-31|
|Movie||Sailors on Leave||Bill Carstairs||1941-09-30|
|Movie||Doctors Don't Tell||Tom Wayne||1941-09-22|
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