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George White (I) (1892–1968)

George White started in a burlesque dance team and later became a solo act. In the 1910s he came to Broadway, where he produced, directed, wrote and sometimes even appeared in shows. He is best remembered for his annual revue "Scandals" from the late 1910s to 1939. Frances Williams, Alice Faye, Rudy Vallee, Eleanor Powell and Ann Miller appeared ... See full bio »

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 1945 Duffy's Tavern (sketch)
 1945 Ziegfeld Follies (written by - segment "Pay the Two Dollars", uncredited)
 1935 George White's 1935 Scandals (entire production conceived by)
 1934 George White's Scandals (story)
 1930 Follow the Leader (play "Manhattan Mary")
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Stage Play: The Echo. Musical. Music by Deems Taylor. Book by William LeBaron and Deems Taylor [earliest Broadway credit]. Lyrics by Deems Taylor and William Le Baron. Musical Director: DeWitt C. Coolman. Featuring songs by DeWitt C. Coolman, Al Piantadosi, P.H. Christine, Nathaniel D. Ayer, Jerome Kern, Jean Schwartz, Karl Hoschna, Worton... See more »

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His 1929 "Scandals" is referenced by Joe E. Brown in Some Like It Hot (1959). See more »

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