Dimitri Tiomkin was a Russian Jewish composer who emigrated to America and became one of the most distinguished and best-loved music writers of Hollywood. He won a hallowed place in the pantheon of the most successful and productive composers in American film history, earning himself four Oscars and sixteen Academy Awards nominations...See full bio »
(music: "Circus World" / arranger: "Kingdom Coming" - uncredited, "Oh! Susanna" - uncredited, "Buffalo Gals" - uncredited, "Yankee Doodle" - uncredited, "Turkey in the Straw" - uncredited, "Frankie and Johnny" - uncredited, "Sweet Betsy from Pike" - uncredited, "Over the Waves" - uncredited, "The Thunderer" - uncredited, "Gwine to Rune All Night" - uncredited, "The Dying Cowboy Oh, Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie" - uncredited, "A Hot Time in the Old Town" - uncredited, "Viennese Medley" - uncredited)
Keeping Expenses Down (1932). Comedy. Written by Montague Glass and Dan Jarrett. Directed by Dan Jarrett. National Theatre: 20 Oct 1932- Oct 1932 (closing date unknown/12 performances). Cast: Raymond Bramley (as "De Witt C. Rubensohn"), Alice Burrage (as "Esther Fein"), Bernard Gorcey (as "Kent J...
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[on Max Linder] Linder was one of the truly great comedians of our time; his pantomime and appeal were eloquent. He had an inspired comedy sense, and he also had an analytical, ingenious mind.
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