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  • (Book) Some of these days; the autobiography of Sophie Tucker.
  • (November 1936) She performed in the show, "Twice Nightly Variety," at the Holborn Empire Theatre in Holborn, London, England with The Western Brothers (George & Kenneth), Arthur Lucan and Kitty McShane, Murray & Mooney, Paul Paetzold & Company, The Three Biltmorettes, Joe Milton and Anita Martell in the cast.
  • (1910 - 1963) Active on Broadway in the following productions:
  • (1941) Stage Play: High Kickers. Musical comedy. Based on an idea by Phil Silvers. Book by George Jessel, Bert Kalmar, and Harry Ruby. Choreographed by Carl Randall. Directed by Ed Sobol. Broadhurst Theatre: 31 Oct 1941- 28 Mar 1942 (171 performances). Cast: Sunny Ainsworth, Jean Anthony, Helen Barrie, Rollin Bauer, Bob Bay, Barbara Brewster, Gloria Brewster, Betty Bruce, Lucille Casey, Stephanie Cekan, Chaz Chase, Bonita Edwards, Franklyn Fox, Victor Griffin, Marilyn Hale, Eleanor Hall, Frances Hammond, Anne Helm, Ellen Howard, Jack Howard, Marjorie Jackson, Lois January, Dorothy Jeffers, George Jessel, Rose King, Harry Mack, Jack Mann, Joe Marks, Mary Marlow, Mary-Robin Marlow, Joyce Mathews, Ray McGregor, Dick Monahan, Bobbie Prieser, Ted Shapiro, Bob Shaw, Betty Jane Smith, Betty Stewart, Helen Spruill, Lee Sullivan, Rose Teed, Sophie Tucker, Billy Vine, Marion Warnes, Donald Weissmuller, Chick York, Harold Young. Produced by George Jessel and Alfred Bloomingdale.
  • (1924) Stage Play: Earl Carroll's Vanities. Musical revue. Music by Earl Carroll. Lyrics by Earl Carroll. Musical Director: Ira Jacobs. Book by Earl Carroll and Ralph Spence. Musical Staging by Sammy Lee. Directed by Earl Carroll. Music Box Theatre (moved to The Earl Carroll Theatre from 10 Nov 1924- close): 10 Sep 1924- 3 Jan 1925 (133 performances). Cast: Sarah Ames (as Ensemble"), Anita Banton (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Beardsley (as "Ensemble"), Joey Benton (as "Performer"), Betty Blackburn (as "Ensemble"), Pauline Blair (as "Ensemble"), Frances Blythe (as "Ensemble"), Mary Carey (as "Performer"), Dave Chasen (as "Performer"), Leo Conway (as "Performer), Joe Cook (as "Performer"), Johnny Cooke (as "Performer"), Carol Cummings (as "Ensemble"), Albert Dare (as "Performer"), Margaret Davies (as "Performer"), Anna May Dennehy (as "Ensemble"), Lillian Derchin (as "Ensemble"), Yvette DuBois (as "Ensemble"), Geneva Duker (as "Ensemble"), Henry Dunn (as "Performer"), Janice Fair (as "Ensemble"), Betty Fitch (as "Performer"), Norma Forrest (as "Ensemble"), Amy Frank (as "Ensemble"), Chester Fredericks (as "Performer"), Albert Hall (as "Performer"), Dorothy Harris (as "Ensemble"), Rella Harrison (as "Ensemble"), Thelma Harvey (as "Performer"), Albert Hawthorne (as "Performer"), Irene Isham (as "Ensemble"), Gladys Jones (as "Ensemble"), Gertrude Lemmon (as "Ensemble"), Agnes Leonard (as "Performer"), Eddie Leslie (as "Performer"), Frank Leslie (as "Performer"), Josephine Libby (as "Ensemble"), Elsie Lombard (as "Ensemble"), Emily Lorraine (as "Ensemble"), James Mack (as "Performer"), Frances Marchant (as "Ensemble"), Virginia Marchant (as "Ensemble"), Margaret McKay (as "Ensemble"), Eleanor Meeker (as "Ensemble"), Helen Menette (as "Ensemble"), John Miller (as "Performer"), Lillian Morehouse (as "Ensemble"), Leonard Oakley (as "Ensemble"), Jane Odette (as "Ensemble"), Lucille Osborn (as "Ensemble"), Kathryn Ray (as "Performer"), Amy Revere (as "Ensemble"), Catherine Ringquist (as "Ensemble"), Nellie Roberts (as "Ensemble"), Bert Rome (as "Performer"), Bernice Rose (as "Ensemble"), Bob Simms (as "Performer"), Frances Stone (as "Ensemble"), Desiree Taylor (as "Performer"), Doria Tree (as "Ensemble"), Inez Tremble (as "Ensemble"), Sophie Tucker (as "Performer"), Betty Vane (as "Ensemble"), Walter Wahl (as "Performer"), Betty Wilson (as "Ensemble"), Kiddy Young (as "Ensemble"). Produced by Earl Carroll.
  • (May 1, 1927) She acted in the play, "Gay Paree," at the Hanna Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.

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