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Hal Le Roy (1913–1985)


Hal Le Roy's first professional job was in "Hoboken Heroes" at the Lyric Theater, Hoboken, New Jersey, in 1928. He was young, tall, thin as a pole and had a distinctive, dazzling, eccentric style that was acclaimed by audiences and dancers alike. In 1931 he attracted the attention of Broadway producers, who engaged him in the short-lived Broadway ... See full bio »

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Known For

The Prisoner of Swing
The Prisoner of Swing Rudolph, King of Sulvania / Mr. Razzenstill
(1938)
Rhythmitis
(1936)
Ups and Downs
Ups and Downs Hal Smith
(1937)

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 1950 Musical Comedy Time (TV Series)
Ed Lovett
- Rio Rita (1950) ... Ed Lovett
 1940 Too Many Girls
Al Terwilliger (as Hal LeRoy)
 1939 Public Jitterbug No. 1 (Short)
Hal Sturges
 1938 The Knight Is Young (Short)
Hal
 1938 The Prisoner of Swing (Short)
Rudolph, King of Sulvania / Mr. Razzenstill
 1938 Start Cheering
'Tarzan' Biddle
 1937 Ups and Downs (Short)
Hal Smith
 1937 Swing for Sale (Short)
 1936 Rhythmitis (Short)
Hal
 1936 Wash Your Step (Short)
Hal Rogers
 1935 Oh, Evaline! (Short)
Hal
 1935 Main Street Follies (Short)
Hal
 1935 In the Spotlight (Short)
Hal
 1934 Syncopated City (Short)
Hal Le Roy
 1934 Private Lessons (Short)
Hal Le Roy
 1934 Wonder Bar
Dancer
 1934 Picture Palace (Short)
Hal Le Roy
 1933 Mr. Broadway
Hal LeRoy
 1933 Use Your Imagination (Short)
Hal
 1933 The Way of All Freshmen (Short)
Hal
 1932 Tip Tap Toe (Short)
Hal Evans
 1931 The High School Hoofer (Short)
Hal Le Roy
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Stage Play: Too Many Girls. Musical comedy. Material by George Marion Jr. Music by Richard Rodgers. Lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Musical Staging by Robert Alton. Scenic Design by Jo Mielziner. Costume Design by 'Raoul Pène Du Bois'. Directed by George Abbott. Imperial Theatre (moved to The Broadway Theatre from unknown date 1940- 18 Mar 1940): ... See more »

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