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J. Harold Murray (1891–1940)

For more than a decade during the Roaring Twenties and early 1930s, baritone J. Harold "Hal" Murray contributed significantly to the musical theater by bridging vaudeville, operetta and the modern American musical. After a short apprenticeship in vaudeville, Murray made his debut on Broadway at the age of 30 in "The Passing Show of 1921". During the... See full bio »

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Women Everywhere
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Married in Hollywood Prince Nicholai
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Under Suspicion John Smith


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 1939 Wild and Bully (Short)
 1938 Under a Gypsy Moon (Short)
 1938 Somewhere in Paris (Short)
 1937 The Singing Bandit (Short)
 1934 The Flame Song (Short)
Prince Henry
 1930 Under Suspicion
John Smith
 1930 Women Everywhere
Charles Jackson
 1930 Cameo Kirby
Cameo Kirby
 1929 Happy Days
J. Harold Murray
 1929 Married in Hollywood
Prince Nicholai
 1928 Schubert's Serenade (Short)
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 1930 Women Everywhere (performer: "Beware of Love", "Marching Song", "One Day He'll Come Along", "Where Is Honky Tonky Town", "Women Everywhere")
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 1934 A Night in a Night Club (Short)
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Stage Play: The Midnight Rounders of 1921. Musical revue. Book by Harold Atteridge. Lyrics by Al Bryan. Music by Jean Schwartz. Musical Direction by Alfred Goodman. Additional music by Lew Pollack, Raymond Hubbell, Anton Dvorak, Johann Strauss, Jacques Offenbach, Chauncey Olcott [final Broadway credit], Ernest R. Ball, Haydn Wood and ... See more »

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Active on Broadway from 1920-1935, appearing in 14 productions.



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