Ethel Merman Alexander's Ragtime Band

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Irving Berlin Song. Alexander's Ragtime Band (199) IMDb 6.9 1 h 46 min 1938 7+ Set in the early 1900s, this engaging story with music by Irving Berlin follows an aristocrat (Tyrone Power) who leads a swing band and falls for his lead singer (Alice Faye)! Call Me Madam is a 1953 American Technicolor musical film directed by Walter Lang, with songs by Irving Berlin, based on the 1950 stage musical of the same name. The film, with a screenplay by Arthur Sheekman, starred Ethel Merman, Donald O'Connor, Vera-Ellen, Billy DeWolfe, George Sanders, and Walter Slezak. Alexander's Ragtime Band - Blue Skies In an all-Irving Berlin musical, the composer's two favorite singers (Ethel Merman as 'Jerry', Alice Faye as 'Stella,' having just met) take turns with 'Blue Skies,' in Alexander's Ragtime Band, 1938. Irving Berlin's Alexander's Ragtime Band.

Jan 29, 2021 Lyrics to 'Alexander's Ragtime Band' on Lyrics.com. Ethel Merman (January 16, 1908 – February 15, 1984) was an American actress and singer.

AKA Ethel Agnes Zimmerman

Born:16-Jan-1908
Birthplace:Queens, NY
Died:15-Feb-1984
Location of death:Manhattan, NY
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Interred, Shrine of Remembrance Mausoleum, Colorado Springs, CO

Gender: Female
Religion:Anglican/Episcopalian
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation:Bisexual[1]
Occupation:Singer, Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary:There's No Business Like Show Business

Ethel Merman Alexander[1] Barbara Seaman, Lovely Me: The Life of Jacqueline Susann (1996), pages 246-47: '[Jackie and Ethel] attended a party together at Lynn Loesser's in the Beresford on Central Park West, and both had quite a lot to drink. As Benay Venuta recalls the evening, 'Everybody was very drunk. Jackie and Ethel were very drunk, and they lay down on a couch and they just made out in front of everyone.' Also see Boze Hadleigh, Broadway Babylon (2007), page 42.

Father: (German, Lutheran)
Mother: (Scottish, Presbyterian)
Husband: Robert Levitt (div. 1952, two children)
Husband: Robert Six (m. 9-Mar-1953, div. 1960)
Husband:Ernest Borgnine (m. 1964, div. 1964 after 32 days)
Daughter: Ethel, Jr. (d. 1967 overdose)
Slept with:Jacqueline Susann

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Tony for Call Me Madam
Golden Globe 1954 for Call Me Madam
Hollywood Walk of Fame 7044 Hollywood Blvd.
Endorsement of Liggett Group Chesterfield cigarettes
Brain Surgery St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York City (Apr-1983)
German Ancestry Paternal
Scottish Ancestry Maternal
Risk Factors: Tonsillitis, Smoking

FILMOGRAPHY AS ACTOR
Airplane! (2-Jul-1980) · Lt. Hurwitz
Rudolph and Frosty's Christmas in July (1-Jul-1979)[VOICE]
Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (26-May-1976)
Journey Back to Oz (5-Dec-1974)[VOICE]
The Art of Love (30-Jun-1965)
It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (7-Nov-1963) · Mrs. Marcus
There's No Business Like Show Business (16-Dec-1954) · Molly Donahue
Call Me Madam (25-Mar-1953)
Stage Door Canteen (24-Jun-1943) · Herself
Alexander's Ragtime Band (24-May-1938)
Happy Landing (23-Jan-1938)
Anything Goes (24-Jan-1936)
Strike Me Pink (16-Jan-1936)
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (20-Sep-1935) · Herself
Kid Millions (10-Nov-1934)
We're Not Dressing (26-Apr-1934) · Edith

Alexander

Author of books:
Merman: An Autobiography (1978, memoir)


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