b. 24 March 1912, London, Britain, d. 25 Apr 1963, Rochester, Kent, Britain. After gaining encounter as an acting professional, Hassall performed in a number of Western End productions, ultimately getting understudy to Ivor Novello. Learning of Hassall’s untested capability like a lyricist, Novello asked him to collaborate on a fresh musical comedy. This is Glamorous Night time (1935), which became an enormous success and released a collaboration that taken to the Western End a few of the most well-known musical displays in the annals of the English theatre. The displays, and the tunes by Novello and Hassall, continued to be within the repertoire for many years and became the epitome of the British musical of the time, one factor that relatively diminished their attract audiences far away. IN THE USA in particular, the type of musical humor had changed as well as the British form, frequently mildly excellent melodramas interspersed with tunes, was out of style. However, Novello himself maintained his recognition and his displays with Hassall happy home viewers. These displays included Careless Rapture (1936), Crest FROM THE Influx (1937), The Dance Years (1939), Arc De Triomphe (1943) as well as the massively well-known Ruler’s Rhapsody (1949). One of the tunes from these displays are ‘Collapse Your Wings’, ‘Music In May’, ‘Rose Of Britain’, ‘Waltz Of My Center’ and ‘Some Time My Center’. When Novello passed away in 1951, Hassall done Dear Miss Pheobe (1950), composing the libretto and lyrics. He also composed the screenplay when Ruler’s Rhapsody was filmed in 1955. Hassall passed away of a coronary attack in 1963.