American pop and Broadway lyricist Howard Dietz, energetic through the 1920s with the 1960s, is most beneficial known for his use composer Arthur Schwartz. Schwartz and Dietz had written successful Broadway ratings including The Small Present (1929), Three’s a Group (1930), IN THE HOME Overseas (1935), and Inside U.S.A. (1948). Delivered in N.Con.C. in 1896, Dietz briefly went to Columbia College or university before working being a paper columnist and advertisement writer. After offering in WWI, he continued to be the marketing and publicity movie director of MGM (and others), and had written for radio and tv. Strikes by Schwartz and Dietz consist of “I ASSUME I’ll Need to Modification My Program” and “Moanin’ Low” (1929), “Something to keep in mind You By” (1930), “Dancin’ at night” (1931), “Louisiana Hayride” and “A Sparkle on Your Sneakers” (1932), “You and the night time as well as the Music” (1934), “WITHOUT ANY HELP” and “I Observe THAT PERSON Before Me” (1938), and “That’s Entertainment” (1953). Dietz also published British lyrics for the operas La Boheme and Der Fledermaus, and collaborated on pop tunes with such composers as Jerome Kern, Vernon Duke, Jimmy McHugh, and Ralph Rainger. Dietz reunited with Schwartz in the 1960s for the musicals The Homosexual Existence (1961) and Jennie (1963). Dietz was the librettist for approximately fifty percent of the Broadway musicals he done, authored the autobiography Dance at night, and is an associate from the Songwriter’s Hall of Popularity.