Earl Carroll

Earl Carroll (September 16, 1893 – June 17, 1948) was an American theatrical producer, director, songwriter and composer born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Earl Carroll (disambiguation)
... Earl Carroll (1893–1948) was an American theatrical producer, director, songwriter and composer ... Earl Carroll may also refer to Earl Carroll (vocalist) (1937–2012), doo wop singer Earl H ... Carroll (born 1925), American judge ...
Earl Carroll - Death
... Earl Carroll died in the crash of United Airlines Flight 624, which also took the life of his girlfriend, Beryl Wallace, on June 17, 1948, in Aristes, Pennsylvania ...
The Cadillacs - History
... together as The Carnations in 1953, with the members Earl Carroll (lead vocalist), Bobby Phillips, Lavern Drake (bass vocalist), and Gus Willingham ... and Clark left the group and were replaced by Earl Wade and Charles Brooks ... Later that year came the group's biggest hit, "Speedoo", Carroll's nickname ...
List Of Musicals By Composer: A To L - C
1910–1976) The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (1964) Brad Carroll Lend Me a Tenor (2007) Earl Carroll (1893–1948) So Long, Letty (1916) Canary Cottage (1916) Earl Carroll's Vanities of 1923 (1923) Earl Carroll's ...
List Of Musicals By Composer: A To L - G
... Paula Lockheart Enrico Garzilli Rage of the Heart (1987) Clarence Gaskill Earl Carroll's Vanities of 1925 (1925) Bob Gaudio (b.1942) Peggy Sue Got Married (2001) Jersey Boys (2005) Percy Gaunt A Trip to. 1894–1990) Merry-Go-Round (1927) music also by Henry Souvaine Earl Carroll's Sketch Book of 1929 (1929) Earl Carroll's Vanities of 1930 (1930) music ...

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