b. 20 Sept 1886, St. John’s, Newfoundland, d. 30 January 1954, NY, USA. A forward thinking movie director, producer, writer and lyricist for the musical theater, Anderson was informed in Glasgow, Scotland, and Lausanne, Switzerland, before portion using the American Bureau of Details during World Battle I. He produced his initial influence as a movie director on Broadway with some luxurious revues entitled Greenwich Community Follies (1919-24), that he also offered as lyricist and librettist. After that, over another twenty years, Anderson staged an assortment of revue and musical humor that he frequently wrote the sketches and books. His function for Broadway included Jack port And Jill (1923), Music Package Revue (1924), Dearest Foe (1925), Hello, Daddy (1928), John Murray Anderson’s Almanac (1929, also maker), Ziegfeld Follies (1934), Existence Starts At 8:40 (1934), Thumbs Up! (1934), Jumbo (1935), Ziegfeld Follies (1936), One YOUR MONEY CAN BUY (1939), Two For The Display (1940), Sunny River (1941), Ziegfeld Follies (1943), Laffing Space Just (1944), The Firebrand Of Florence (1945), Three TO CREATE Prepared (1946), Heaven ON THE PLANET (1948), New Encounters Of 1952 (1952), Two’s Business (1952) and John Murray Anderson’s Almanac (1953), while London viewers saw Little league Of Notions (1921), Bow Bells (1932), Fanfare (1932), ON THE Page and House And Beauty (1937). Furthermore to his association using the flamboyant Billy Rose for the luxurious circus musical Jumbo, Anderson was the movie director of Rose’s renowned Gemstone Horseshoe nightspot in NY from 1938-50, and in addition worked well for Ringling Brothers Circus and Radio Town Music Hall. He spent almost no amount of time in Hollywood, aside from managing special projects like the drinking water ballet in Bathing Beauty (1944), starring Esther Williams, as well as the circus sequences in THE BEST Show ON THE PLANET (1942). He also devised and aimed the magnificent 1930 film musical The Ruler Of Jazz, using its multi-star solid going by another get better at showman, Paul Whiteman. Like a lyricist, Anderson’s best-known music is most likely ‘A Young Guy’s Nice’ (with Jack port Yellen and Milton Ager), that was released by Rosalind Fuller in the 1920 revue What’s WITHIN A Name? The same trio was also in charge of various other products in the display, including the name quantity. Among Anderson’s additional compositions had been ‘The Last Waltz’, ‘The Valley Of Dreams’, ‘Marimba’, ‘The Young lady In The Moon’, ‘Eileen’, ‘That Reminiscent Melody’ and ‘Arrive To Vienna’. His key songwriting collaborators had been A. Baldwin Sloane and Carey Morgan.