Conocido por: Directing · Cumpleaños: 1893-11-12 · Dia muerto: 1938-02-17 (44 años) · Género: Hombre · Lugar de nacimiento: New York City, New York, USA
Películas y Series de TV
Joe Palooka es un joven ingenuo cuyo padre Pete era un campeón de boxeo, pero su estilo de vida hizo que la madre de Joe Mayme lo dejara y llevara al joven Joe al país para criarlo..
Million Dollar Ransom
To stop his mother from marrying a man he doesn't like, a young millionaire hires an ex-con in helping him fake his own kidnaping.
A young reporter pines for his high-school sweetheart, but she's preoccupied with appearing in their small town's community musical show. This 1934 comedy, with numerous songs, was inspired by the pop...
Ben Bernie and His Orchestra
Ben Bernie and his orchestra play a few songs for a vitaphone recording.
Patient Charlie McCarthy, running a fever, is tended by Doctor Edgar Bergen. Will a tonsillectomy cure him?
Clara Barry and Orval Whitledge in 'Jest for a While'
Clara Barry & Orval Whitledge dry comedy routine.
Says how much he likes ballet. He wonders why the girls are always running with no one chasing them. And the male dancers are always running to the female dancers. Then he does an amalgam of nursery r...
Talking It Over
Sings a song he and five others wrote, 'You Want Lovin', and I Want Love.' Does a comedy skit. Then he sings another song he says he wrote, 'Can't You Understand?'
Two bums manage to get into a restaurant. They admit that they are a couple of self made men. A couple of comics they are.
Gags and patter from an armed man at a musicale.
Queen of the Night Clubs
Irked by the success of a brassy nightclub owner. her rivals set out to drive her out of business, and frame her for a murder in the bargain.
Felix Rudolff is a dressmaker tailor and later dresses like a policeman after seeing a parade He becomes a rookie policeman who handcuffs Dynamite Dan. He doesn't stay captured. Felix Rudolff has to d...
The Opry House
The Mound City Blue Blowers and Doris Walker perform popular songs of the day.
George and Gracie enter an elegant drawing room, looking everywhere for something. Turns out, they're looking for the audience, and when George spots the camera, they start in on their patter. Gracie ...
The Norman Thomas Quintet performs "Sleep Baby Sleep," "Listen to the Mockingbird," and "Melody in F," with quite a flair for comedy mixed in.
The Bee & the Fox
Harry Fox & Beatrice Curtis perform parts of their vaudeville act.
Harry Fox and His Six American Beauties
Harry Fox performs his vaudeville act.
My Bag o' Tricks
A vaudeville act. Trixie Friganza performs first a story and then a song. For the story, she wears a wide-brimmed had and a matching diaphanous shawl. She tells of a visit to a friend who has a five-y...
Rhythms in Blue
Bobbe Arnst accompanied by Peggy Ellis on piano plays us a few songs.
Carolina Segrera, 'The Cuban Nightingale'
Opera singer Carolina Segrera belts out a couple tunes in this early Vitaphone short that has her being backed by don Alberto and His Argentines.
Little Miss Everybody
A musical short starring, Zelda Santley and Victor Pelle.
Short musical comedy.
Grace Johnston and The Indiana Five
Grace starts the film by singing 'That's My Baby.' The five band members do an instrumental, then Grace sings 'Rag Doll.'
Roy Fox, the Whispering Cornetist, and His Orchestra
The Whispering Coronetist, Roy Fox and His Orchestra are broadcasting from Warner Bros. Studios and perform these three musical numbers: 1. 'Sally Of My Dreams,' 2. 'My Window of Dreams,' and 3. 'Loui...
You Don't Know the Half of It
A comedic team. The Ann seems to try and come across as a Mae West type. Jay plays the role of the straight partner.
Herschel Henlere in the Madcap Musician
Henlere plays piano in the style of various “masters” and other instruments as a one-man band.
The Big Paraders
An energetic "heavyweight" song and dance troupe of six performs with gusto.
The Two College Nuts
Two college boys have a flat tire. They proceed to play music on a tire, a bassoon, a balloon and an umbrella.
The Home Towners
The Home Towners is a 1928 American comedy film directed by Bryan Foy and starring Richard Bennett, Doris Kenyon and Robert McWade.
Chaz Chase, The Unique Comedian
Comedian Chaz Chase performs his vaudeville act.
Lights of New York
Eddie is conned into fronting a speakeasy for a local gangster who intends to frame him for the murder of a cop.