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Elizabeth Hines

b. later 1890s, USA, d. USA. Early in her profession, Hines performed in Molly O’ (1916), a display starring Katherine Hancock Galloway. Hines is at See-Saw (1919), which acquired a work of just 89 shows. The music was by Louis Hirsch with reserve and lyrics by Earl Derr Biggers. She also made an appearance in Love Wild birds (1921), which went on the Apollo Theater for 103 shows, with music by Sigmund Romberg and reserve and lyrics by Edgar Allan Woolf and Ballard MacDonald. Among Hines’ music had been ‘The Trousseau Imperfect’, ‘Two Small Love Wild birds’, ‘Is certainly It Hard To Figure?’, and ‘A Small Dream That Shed Its Method’. Hines performed the title function in The O’Brien Female (1921), which went for 164 shows on the Liberty Theater. Made by George M. Cohan, the present’s music was by Hirsch, reserve and lyrics by Otto Harbach and Frank Mandel. Among Hines’ figures were ‘I Question COULD Ever Passed You By’, ‘Find out To Smile’, ‘I’m Therefore Excited’ and ‘The O’Brien Lady’. Hines performed another title part in Small Nellie Kelly (1922), which went in the Liberty Theater for 276 shows. The display was created and directed by Cohan who also published the music, lyrics and publication. The cast included Georgia Caine, Barrett Greenwood, Charles Ruler, Dorothy Newell and Joseph Niemeyer. Among tunes in the display sung by Hines had been ‘It’s All In The Putting on’, ‘They’re All My Males’, ‘The Tone of voice In My Center’ and two duets with Ruler, ‘When YOU NEED TO DO The Hinky Dee’ and ‘You Remind Me Of My Mom’. In 1924 she is at Marjorie, which went for a complete of 144 shows. The display’s music was by Romberg, Herbert Stothart, Philip Kulkin and Stephen Jones, and reserve and lyrics had been by Fred Thompson, Clifford Gray and Harold Atteridge. Hines was also in June Times (1925), music by J. Fred Coots, lyrics by Gray, and reserve by Alice Duer Miller, Robert Milton and Cyrus Timber, that went for 84 shows on the Astor Theater. She co-starred with Ed Wynn in Manhattan Mary (1927), a musical by Pal De Sylva, Lew Dark brown and Ray Henderson, with music such as for example ‘I’d AS IF YOU To Like Me’, ‘It Won’t Become Long Right now’ and ‘Broadway’.

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