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Also Known As: Died: March 1, 1959
Born: June 21, 1904 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Poland Profession: lyricist, comedian, composer, singer

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CAST: (feature film)

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 You're My Everything (1949) Himself
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 Collegiate (1935) Singing instructor
3.
 Sitting Pretty (1933) Song publisher
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As a child, emigrated to USA with family; settled in New York City; grew up in Brooklyn and the Bronx
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Began career performing as a boy soprano in minstrel shows
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Worked in vaudeville as a singer and comic
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Teamed with composer Harry Revel in the 1930s to write songs
1933:
With Revel, wrote new songs for the film musical "The Gay Divorcee"
1935:
Wrote both music and lyrics for the song "My Heart Is an Open Book"
1940:
Began long collaboration with composer Harry Warren
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