The Century Girl. Musical revue. Music by Victor Herbert
and Irving Berlin
(also lyrics) and Henry Blossom. Musical Direction by Louis F. Gottschalk
[final Broadway production] and Max Hoffmann. Additional music by Helen Trix, L. Wolfe Gilbert, Carey Morgan and James Kendis. Additional lyrics by Helen Trix, Harry B. Smith
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I have no illusions, now. Hollywood is no place for failures. No girl who isn't ready to fight, and who isn't supplied with the nerve of a good trouper, should come here. She has to fight - has to take it on the chin occasionally - but she has to fight. It's not place for the timid.
Tashman left some $31,000 in cash, along with $121,000 in furs and jewels, but had not thought to leave a will. This resulted in years of legal squabbling between her husband Edmund Lowe and her two surviving sisters, Hattie and Jennie. A third sister, also an actress, had died in 1931.
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