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Al Dubin (1891–1945)

Prolific Academy Award-winning songwriter Al Dubin ("Lullaby of Broadway" [1935]) came to the US in 1893 and was educated at the Perkiomen Seminary in Pennsylvania. He joined the staff of several New York music publishing companies. He enlisted in the US Army in World War I and served in the 77th Infantry Division. After the war he returned to the... See full bio »

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Dames Music Department
Pi Soundtrack
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 1978 All-Star Comedy Ice Revue (TV Special) (composer of "we're in the money.")
 1943 Three Cheers for the Girls (Short) (lyricist: songs)
 1942 Calling All Girls (Short) (lyrics)
 1936 Hearts Divided (original lyrics)
 1936 Page Miss Glory (Short) (song by - as Dubin)
 1935 Stars Over Broadway (lyrics: songs)
 1935 Gold Diggers of 1935 (music and lyrics by)
 1935 Sweet Music (lyrics: songs - as Warren and Dubin)
 1934 Dames (music & lyrics by - as Dubin)
 1934 Twenty Million Sweethearts (music and lyrics by)
 1934 Wonder Bar (music and lyrics by)
 1933 Roman Scandals (songs by)
 1933 Footlight Parade (music and lyrics by)
 1933 42nd Street (words and music by)
 1930 Top Speed (additional music)
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Other Works:

Harry Warren and his musical, "42nd Street," was performed at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts with Maureen Brennan, Mark Matino, John Scherer, Jeanna Schweppe, Shannon Hudson, Mary Elizabeth Rice, David Titus, and Patrick Quinn in the cast. See more »

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Warren and Dubin | Dubin


5' 8" (1.73 m)


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Harry Warren and his musical, "42nd Street" at the Marriott Theatre in Chicago, Illinois was nominated for a 1994 Joseph Jefferson Equity Award for Musical Production. See more »

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