Prof. Eustace P. McGargle
The Ham Tree (1905). Musical/vaudeville. Book by George V. Hobart
. Lyrics by William Jerome
. Musical Director: John C. Sorg. Scenic Design by Ernest Gros. Costume Design by F. Richard Anderson. Musical Staging by Ned Wayburn
. Directed by Herbert Gresham. New York Theatre: 28 Aug 1905- 11 Nov 1905 (90 performances). Cast: Edna ...
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I remember [William Shakespeare
]'s words because he was a great writer. I can't remember Hollywood lines; just as I may well recall a wonderful meal at Delmonico's many years ago, but not the contents of the garbage pail last Tuesday at Joe's Fountain Grill.
He said that The Marx Brothers
were the only act he couldn't follow on the live stage. He is known to have appeared on the same bill with them only once, during an engagement at Keith's Orpheum Theatre in Columbus, Ohio, in January 1915. At the time, the Marx Brothers were touring "Home Again", and it didn't take Fields long to realize how his quiet comedy juggling act was faring against the ...
Usually portrayed rather pessimistic, aggressive and suspicious-natured men with great fondness of alcohol. Yet, this same character was at the same time dogged by his wife and he rarely managed to speak up against her. He is remembered for his hatred of children, but did in fact frequently possess great fatherly affection for his son.