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George White's 1935 Scandals
... George White's 1935 Scandals is an American musical film, written by Jack Yellen and produced in 1935 by Fox Film Corporation (before it became part of 20th Century Fox) ... It was a follow-up to (but not a sequel to) the 1934 release, George White's Scandals ...
Irving Caesar - Broadway Credits
... Americana of 1928 (1928) - revue - co-lyricist Polly (1929) - co-composer and co-lyricist George White's Scandals of 1929 (1929) - revue - co-composer and co-lyricist ...
George White - Others
... George A ... White (1880–1941), American author, journalist and U.S ... Army general George Leonard White (1838–1895), founder and first director of the Fisk Jubilee Singers George M ...
Ann Pennington (actress) - Biography
... She switched back and forth between George White's Scandals and the Follies more than once, earning a salary of $1000 per week well before the 1920s, and ... George Gershwin was her rehearsal pianist and wrote several songs for her ... to boxer Jack Dempsey, theatrical producer and early dance partner George White, actor Buster West, and musician Brooke Johns ...
List Of Musicals By Composer: A To L - F
... Everybody's Welcome (1931) Hellzapoppin' (1938) music also by Charles Tobias George White's Scandals of 1939 (1939) Boys and Girls Together (1940) Sons o' Fun (1941) Toplitzky of Notre Dame (1946 ... Make Me a Song (2007) Little Miss Sunshine (2011) George Fischoff (b.1938) The Prince and the Pauper (1963) Georgy (1970) Shephard (1993) Stephen Flaherty (b.1960) Pitts (197 ...

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