b. Jack port Pearlman, 29 Oct 1894, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 25 Dec 1982, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Showing up on Broadway with the 20s, Pearl was a observed dialect comedian using a prepared wit. One of the shows where he made an appearance had been the musical The Dance Gal (1923), with music by Sigmund Romberg and lyrics by Harold Atteridge (and extra songs constructed by George Gershwin), implemented with the 20s and in to the early 30s with the revues Topics Of 1923, A Evening In Paris (1926), Performers And Versions (1927), Pleasure Bound (1929), The International Review (1930) and Ziegfeld Follies Of 1931. In 1933 he was within the musical Pardon My British, with music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin. Pearl sang three duets, ‘Therefore What?’, ‘What TYPE OF Wedding ceremony Is This?’, ‘Where YOU DECIDE TO GO, I Move’, and, using the chorus, a rousing ‘The Dresden Northwest Mounted’. In 1943, Pearl made an appearance within the play All FOR MANY. Pearl also made an appearance in a dual work with Ben Bard as well as the duo had been within the brief films Jack port Pearl And Ben Bard (1926) and Two Flaming Youths (1927). In the first 30s, Pearl shifted into radio, 1st in 1932 on Ziegfeld Follies FROM THE Atmosphere before he and directly guy Cliff Hall became extremely popular for the Lucky Hit Hour where, as Baron Munchausen, Pearl reached a broad and enthusiastic viewers through 1933/4. This radio personality was attempted in movies with MEET UP WITH THE Baron (1933) and Pearl performed exactly the same personality in Hollywood Party (1934). Within the second option the baron agrees to provide jungle film acting professional Jimmy Durante, as Schnarzan, with lions whose owners, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, are understandably displeased using the baron’s cheque for 50, 000 Tiddleywinks. In 1963 Pearl made an appearance on television directly into Capture The Kaiser, an bout of the series Stoney Burke.
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|Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine||1963||TV Series||Guest Comedian Baron Munchausen Routine Baron Munchausen|
|Stoney Burke||1963||TV Series||Director|
|The Colgate Comedy Hour||1952||TV Series|
|Texaco Star Theatre||1948||TV Series||Comedian|
|Hollywood Party||1934||Baron Munchausen|
|Meet the Baron||1933||The Famous Baron Munchausen of the Air|
|The Meal Ticket||1931||Short||The Baron|
|Two Flaming Youths||1927||Pearl (as Pearl and Bard)|
|The Meal Ticket||1931||Short written by|
|Hollywood Party||1934||performer: "Hello" 1934 - uncredited|
|Jackie Gleason: American Scene Magazine||1963||TV Series||Himself|
|The Jack Paar Tonight Show||1958-1960||TV Series||Himself|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1951||TV Series||Himself|
|The Kate Smith Evening Hour||1951||TV Series||Himself|
|The Saturday Night Revue with Jack Carter||1951||TV Series||Himself|
|Showtime, U.S.A.||1950||TV Series||Himself|
|Cavalcade of Stars||1950||TV Series||Himself - Guest Vaudeville Performer / Baron Munchausen Sketch|
|Texaco Star Theatre||1948||TV Series||Himself - Comedian|
|Jack Pearl and Ben Bard||1926||Short||Himself|
|That's Entertainment! III||1994||Documentary||Performer in Clip from 'Hollywood Party' (uncredited)|
|Happy Days||1970||TV Series||Baron Munchausen|
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