Morosco

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Oliver Morosco - External Links
... Oliver Morosco at the Internet Broadway Database Oliver Morosco at the Internet Movie Database Morosco Biography at Los Angeles Theatres.com ...
List Of Oz Books - List of "canonical" Books By L. Frank Baum - Additional Books By Baum
... Gottschalk, as produced by Oliver Morosco ... Morosco and Victor Schertzinger interpolated one song of their own, but the production was not a big enough success for Morosco to want to move it to ...
Morosco Theatre
... The Morosco Theatre was a Broadway theatre located at 217 West 45th Street in the heart of the theater district in midtown-Manhattan, New York, United States ... Krapp for the Shuberts, who constructed it for Oliver Morosco in gratitude for his helping them break the monopoly of the Theatrical Syndicate ... It opened on February 5, 1917 with the musical Canary Cottage, with a book by Morosco and a score by Earl Carroll ...
Oliver Morosco - Biography
... Morosco (1846-1901) to perform in his acrobatic troup, the Royal Russian Circus, then a regular attraction at Woodward's Gardens, a popular San Francisco amusement park ... Walter Morosco made an arrangement with Esmah Mitchell to become the foster father of her sons and to give them his name ... He was a theatrical impresario as well as an acrobat, and operated Morosco's Grand Opera House, one of San Francisco's leading theaters ...
Victor Schertzinger - Songs
... "Marcheta" (1913) "My Wonderful Dream Girl" (1913) (lyrics by Oliver Morosco from L ... a Mate in this Big World for You" (1913) (lyrics by Oliver Morosco from L ... Frank Baum's The Tik-Tok Man of Oz) "Oh! Take Me" (1913) (lyrics by Oliver Morosco from L ...