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In 1950, he wrote "The Thing," a popular song which reached number one on the charts in a version sung by Phil Harris
In the early 1950s he formed a production company with Joseph Csida called Csida-Grean, a management company which had handled Arnold's career and produced his syndicated television show, " Eddy Arnold Time"
Fred Spielman, who had composed the song "Rendezvous" in 1953, charged that Grean had plagiarized from his song in writing "I Dreamed," using the access he had as A&R director to the original manuscripts when "Rendezvous" was submitted to RCA for recording
- She was pregnant in 1954 when she was introduced to Eddie Joy, a manager, who in turn introduced her to Charles Randolph Grean, an A&R worker for RCA and Dot Records in New York
One of Grean's compositions became a focus of litigation in 1958 in the case "Dorchester Music v
In 1969 he reached the charts as a performer, with his group, the Charles Randolph Grean Sounde, doing a version of Robert Cobert's "Quentin's Theme" from "Dark Shadows"
Charles Randolph Grean died in 2003
On December 20, 2003, he died from natural causes at age 90