Appeared (as one of "The Three Stooges") in "George White's Scandals", produced on Broadway. Musical revue. Music by Sammy Fain
. Lyrics by Jack Yellen
. Sketches by Matt Brooks, Eddie Davis and George White
(also producer / director / choreographer). Additional lyrics by Herb Magidson. Music orchestrated by Don Walker
, Lew ...
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5' 4" (1.63 m)
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[to Ted Healy
, who said he'd pay $100 for his act but to "forget the violin"] For $100, I'll forget everything!
As a child, Larry spilled a bottle of a powerful acid, badly burning his left arm. Doctors recommended that he take violin lessons as therapy to strengthen the damaged muscles. At age ten, he played a solo piece, backed by the Howard Lanin Orchestra. His parents even considered sending him to Europe to study music, but they decided against this when World War I began.
His trademark autograph was "Sincerely, Larry Fine".