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Entirely possible..they kept up their vaudeville act, did some soundies, did 
some 50s television appearances, recorded a couple of Christmas sides (not 
these) in 1947 per one source, and the name would have been too well known for 
anyone to use it as a pseudonym around 1950.

The person to ask is Peter Muldavin, the Kiddie Rekord King (and recent ARSC 
winner)..his VINTAGE CHILDREN'S RECORDS book lists the Star-Bright label but 
only up to R1020. Peter, over to you.

dl

Steven Smolian wrote:
> The Duncan sisters are credited performers on two 7" 78 kids records, both
> on Star Bright Classics. They are:
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> 1029          Angel On Top of the Xmas Tree (Duncan Sisters)/Rudolph the
> usual. (uncredited) and
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> 1030          Jolly Ole Fella (D. Gilmore-W.W.Worth- Duncan Sisters)/Frosty
> the Snowman (uncredited)
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> The "Santa" character has a deep voice- could be Ruby Helder, Tugboat Annie,
> etc.  Mrs. Claus and other incidental characters is clearly a woman- soprano
> and little child sounds.
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> Anyone know if these are the "Topsy and Eva" Duncan sisters?
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> Steve Smolian
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