Appeared (as "A Suspect, Third Degree / Customer, A Close Shave / "Cabin in the Cotton" Singer / "Two Feet in Two-Four Time" Singer / Mr. Smyler / "All's Wet That Ends Wet" / The Other Fellow / "A Bottle and a Bird" Singer / A Fellow / The Date / "Turn Out The Lights And Go To Bed" Singer") in "George White's Music Hall ...
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5' 9" (1.75 m)
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Mildred, why aren't my clothes laid out? I've got a seven o'clock call. [last words]
heard of Lahr's death as she was about to go on stage in Las Vegas. At her performance that night, she dedicated "Over the Rainbow" to the memory of Lahr, or, as she referred to him on that occasion, "my beloved Cowardly Lion.".
Slow, warbling vibrato singing voice, most notably used in Wizard Of Oz, but also noted in other movies including Rose Marie (1954), as well as on Broadway.