The son of a whiskey peddler, Walter Woolf King began singing for his supper at quite a young age, in churches especially. Following graduation, he pursued his dream and partnered in a vaudeville musical act with pianist Charles Le Maire. He made his Broadway debut in 1919 and developed a resilient name for himself during the 1920s as a baritone in various operettas and musical comedies...See full bio »
Florodora (1920). Musical comedy. Music by Leslie Stuart. Book by Owen Hall. Lyrics by Ernest Boyd-Jones and Paul Rubens. Revised by Harry B. Smith. Featuring songs with lyrics by Frank A. Clement and George Arthurs. Musical Director: Charles Drury. Musical Staging by Allan K. Foster and Lewis Hooper. Directed by Lewis Morton...
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