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Fanny Brice

The fame of vaudeville legend Fanny Brice continues to be largely continued within a biographical adaptation of her life which has almost nothing regarding the facts from the case, the music Funny Gal, a star vehicle created for Barbra Streisand. The true Fanny Brice was, in her period, a tremendously …

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Con Conrad

Pop composer Con Conrad wrote for Broadway through the 1920s, after that worked for Hollywood through the middle-’30s. Delivered in N.Con.C. in 1891, Conrad K. Dober performed piano for the movie theater and in vaudeville, touring the U.S. and European countries, before he got music published through the 1910s. He …

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George White

b. George Wietz, 1890, NY, USA, d. 11 Oct 1968, Hollywood, California, USA. A maker, director, writer, dancer, and acting professional, White’s 1st flavor of showbusiness arrived in his teenagers when he created a burlesque dance group with Ben (or Benny) Ryan. Later on, he previously generally modest single roles …

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