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The Wizard of Oz
(choreographer: scarecrow's dance - deleted from final print, uncredited)
(numbers created and directed by)
(Short) (choreographer - uncredited)
(creator: dances and ensembles) / (stager: dances and ensembles)
(dances staged by)
(dances and ensembles staged by)
Earl Carroll's Vanities. Musical revue. Lyrics by Grace Henry. Music by Morris Hamilton. Based on material by W.C. Fields
, Paul Gerard Smith, Joe Frisco, Robert T. Tarrant and Herman Meyer. Additional music by George Bagby, G. Romilli, Michael H. Cleary, George Whiting, Louis Alter, Mario Savino, Jesse Greer, Ernie Golden and
5 Biographical Movies |
4 Print Biographies |
1 Portrayal |
6 Articles |
5' 9" (1.75 m)
Did You Know?
In an era of breadlines, depression and wars, I tried to help people get away from all the misery...to turn their minds to something else. I wanted to make people happy, if only for an hour.
The Gumm Sisters appeared during the 1934 Chicago World's Fair Exposition midway and at the Chicago Oriental Theater. Francis, now at age 12, was also featured as a solo act, a single entertainer on an eastern Vaudeville circuit with head-liner comedienne George Jessel acting as an emcee. Jessel encouraged their mother Ethel to choose a more appealing name after "Gumm" was met with laughter from ...