Streets of Paris (1939). Musical revue. Music by Jimmy McHugh
. Lyrics by Al Dubin
. Additional numbers by Harold Rome
. Sketches by Charles Sherman, Tom McKnight, S. Jay Kaufman, Edward Duryea Dowling, James La Ver, Frank Eyton and Lee Brody. Music arranged by Hans Spialek. Vocal arrangements by Hugh Martin
. Costume Design by
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Did You Know?
In 1935, having completed their last short for R.K.O., Clark and his partner Paul McCullough
went on tour in a version of "George White's Scandals." The frenetic pace of touring emotionally discombobulated McCullough and, suffering from nervous exhaustion, he entered a sanitarium in Medford, Massachusetts. In March 1936, he was released. As he was driving home with a friend, he decided to have a ...
His "eyeglasses" were painted on