Kitty White, the vocalist who duetted with Elvis Presley on "Crawfish" in the 1958 movie King Creole and sang the lullaby that accompanies the children's nighttime boat ride down the river in 1955's The Night of the Hunter, died last month after suffering a stroke at the Palm Springs Health Care Center. She was 86. Born Kitty Jean Bilbrew in Los Angeles, she began singing in vaudeville at age three with her twin sister Maudie. She later sang with some of the great bands, including Duke Ellington, and recorded on such labels as Mercury and Capitol. Numbered among her many achievements are lending her voice to an actress in the 1955 film noir Kiss Me Deadly and playing the piano for Doris Day's "Roly Poly" number in 1959's Pillow Talk.