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Earl Carroll (I) (1893–1948)

Producer, director, composer, songwriter and composer; Earl Carroll was part Billy Rose, a little Busby Berkeley and part Michael Todd. He was a staff writer for a New York publishing company between 1912 and 1917, then served in the US Army Air Force during World War I. He produced and directed the Broadway musicals "Earl Carroll Vanities" (11 ... See full bio »

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 1967 Who's That Knocking at My Door (writer: "Ain't That Just Like Me?" - uncredited)
 1944 The Merry Monahans (lyrics: "Isle D'Amour" - uncredited)
 1940 A Night at Earl Carroll's (lyrics: "One Look at You", "Cali-Conga" - uncredited)
 1929 So Long Letty ("So Long Letty")
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 1934 Murder at the Vanities (based upon the play by)
 1923 Bavu (play)
 1919 12.10 (writer)
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 1940 A Night at Earl Carroll's (producer)
 1937 Love Is News (associate producer)
 1936 Stowaway (associate producer)
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 1940 A Night at Earl Carroll's
Earl Carroll
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 1945 Peeks at Hollywood (Short)
Himself (uncredited)
 1933 Costuming the Vanities (Short documentary)
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Stage Play: White Cargo. Drama. Written and directed by Leon Gordon. Greenwich Village Theatre: 5 Nov 1923- Nov 1924 (closing date unknown/257 performances). Cast: A.E. Anson (as "Witzel"), Tracy Barrow, J. Malcolm Dunn, Harris Gilmore, Curtis Karpe, Annette Margulies, Frederick Roland, Richard Stevenson, H. Conway Wingfield. Produced by ... See more »

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1 Print Biography | 1 Portrayal | See more »

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Co-wrote, with the legendary tenor Enrico Caruso, the song "Dreams of Long Ago." Caruso's recording of the song, one of the few English language songs he ever recorded, was a best-seller in 1912 on the Victor (later RCA Victor) Red Seal label. See more »


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