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Source: The Stars of Hollywood Forever: 1901-2006

Born: May 14, 1891 Akron, OH
Died: May 16, 1931
Broadway Pioneer lyric songwriter, Clark was one of the first to write theme songs for motion pictures. His first song was ‘Mother O'Mine, I Still Love You,’ which Al Jolson sang in ‘The Jazz Singer.’ He also wrote ‘Pullman Porters on Parade,’ ‘Get Out and Get Under’ which was cut from the film “Tin Pan Alley” with Alice Faye and, ‘Dirty Hands, Dirty Face.’ Clarke also composed for the first color musical, ‘On with the Show’ in 1929.

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