Appeared (as "Moe"; credited as Harry Howard) in "A Night in Venice" on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Lee Davis and Maury Rubens. Lyrics by J. Keirn Brennan
and Moe Jaffe
. Featuring songs by Vincent Youmans
. Additional orchestrations by Vincent Youmans. Featuring songs with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
. Musical Director: ...
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[on his former boss, mentor and friend, actor/comedian Ted Healy
, who died under mysterious circumstances (according to one theory, after a drunken argument) while in his early 40s] When sober, Ted was the essence of refinement; when under the influence, he became a foul-mouthed, vicious character. Liquor had killed his father and uncle and destroyed his sister's life. When Ted was young, I ...
He always played the "Boss Stooge", ordering around the others, insulting them and slapping them around and worse when they goofed up, which was often.