Claude Reese Bimbo

The piping voice of an old woman was heard during the recent program of the Melodeers, a Columbia male quartet. Investigation proved that it was owned by Claude Reese, second tenor. When he isn't busy in studios Reese makes the synchroniztion for Bimbo, who is seen in the animated cartoons opposite Betty Boop. Reese also is responsible for the high-pitched tones of Koko, the character who springs from Max Fleischer's ink bottle.