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Bettina Hall

b. c.1900, USA, d. USA. A tuned soprano, who sang using the American Opera Firm, Hall made an appearance on Broadway in three Gilbert And Sullivan operettas in the 1927/8 period. She was after that in THE TINY Present (1929), 321 shows, with music by Arthur Schwartz and Howard Dietz. Also in the ensemble had been Fred Allen and Clifton Webb. Up coming came Three GIRLS (1930), music by Walter Kollo and Harry B. Smith. Hall seems to have alternated with Margaret Adams within this present, which also highlighted Natalie Hall. Afterwards in 1930, she was with George Grossmith Jnr. and Walter Slezak in Match My Sister, music and lyrics by Ralph Benatsky. Hall was following in the 395-functionality Broadway work of Jerome Kern and Otto Harbach’s The Kitty AS WELL AS THE Fiddle (1931) where she sang ‘Try To Ignore’ with Eddie Foy Jnr. and Doris Carson, ‘One Minute By itself’ with George Metaxa, and presented ‘She Didn’t State “Yes”’. For The Just Female (1934), which ran for under fourteen days, the reserve was modified by Henry Blossom Jnr. from Frank Mandel and Helen Build’s Our Wives, which acquired subsequently been based on Ludwig Fulda’s Jugendfreude. Music for the present was by Victor Herbert, lyrics by Blossom. Among Hall’s music had been ‘When You’re Apart’, ‘The Small’ and ‘You’re THE ONLY PERSON For Me’; the latter two becoming duets with Robert Halliday. Hall adopted this with another strike, Cole Porter’s Anything Moves (1934), where she sang ‘All Through The Night time’ with William Gaxton, and ‘The Gypsy In Me’. In 1939 she is at Susanna, Don’t You Cry, using the tunes of Stephen Foster, organized by Hans Spialek. The display’s five shows were in the Martin Beck Theater and Hall’s tunes included ‘Why Possess My FAMILY MEMBERS Eliminated?’, ‘Where Shall We Change?’, ‘Change Not Aside’, a duet with Michael Bartlett, and a duet with Robert Clarke, ‘Dear Close friends And Gentle Hearts’, the second option an interpolated music with music and lyrics simply by Clarence Loomis. On 16 Sept 1940, Hall wedded Raymond Rubicam (b. 16 June 1892, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 8 Might 1978, Scottsdale, Az, USA), and thereafter retired from your stage. Rubicam was co-founder in 1923 of Youthful & Rubicam, which became a respected advertising agency.

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