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Unbeatable website on "The World's Greatest Entertainer"

John Barrymore Co. UK

A Fabulous site containing wonderful pictures and informative text on "The Great Profile."

Theatre History Sites on the WWW

This is a great site dedicated to various artists and styles of Theater around the world

Gail Kane
Actress Of The Stage & Screen

Performer in "Seven Keys To Baldpate" & "The Miracle Man"

Esther Valentine, contemporary Irish/alternative music (great!)

home page

Magnificent site dedicated to one of the
greatest performers of the era

The Eddie Cantor Appreciation Society
A Wonderful tribute to a legendary performer and humanitarian

Great site on early American Theater detailing the People,
the Shows, and the Theaters of the19th Century.  A fantastic

                            Great CD featuring all the original 78 rpm recordings of George M.
                            Also includes Ethel Levey, Al Jolson,  Nora Bayes!  Plus, Cohan's
                            speech at The Catholic Actor's Guild Dinner... Plus, Cohan singing
                            Yankee Doodle Boy, Give My Regards To Broadway, Grand Old Flag,
                            Over There, and others.   All this for only $12.00 post paid in the US.
                            Outside the US please add an additional $3.00.  Click on the email
                            address below to order!   This is a fabulous chance to hear the original!

Great site by Musical historian, John Kenrick.
All the key  playes of American Musicals are
detailed in this fun & comprehensive site..