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  1. 27. Jan. 2024 · Eddie Cantor (born January 31, 1892, New York, New York, U.S.—died October 10, 1964, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California) American comedian and star of vaudeville, burlesque, the legitimate stage, radio, and television. Cantor was cared for by his grandmother on New York City’s Lower East Side when he was orphaned at age two.

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  2. Vor 4 Tagen · Eddie Fisher wird von Eddie Cantor entdeckt und unterschreibt einen Schallplattenvertrag bei RCA Records. [1] Fats Domino , der sein Klavier im Boogie -Stil spiele, wird 1949 von dem Produzenten und Bandleader Dave Bartholomew , einem ehemaligen Trompeter bei Duke Ellington , in einem Club in New Orleans entdeckt, wo er für drei ...

  3. Vor einem Tag · For the record, Eddie Cantor, the first recipient of the SAG Life Achievement Award in 1963, had hits on Billboard charts that pre-dated the Hot 100, as did Bob Hope (the 1966 recipient), Pearl ...

  4. 4. Feb. 2024 · It was Eddie Cantor who came up with the slogan “March of Dimes” for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Cantor was, in his spare time, also a best-selling author. Eddie Cantor literally rose from living in a ghetto, going hungry, and never having finished school to becoming one of the biggest stars in the world during his time ...

  5. Vor einem Tag · For the record, Eddie Cantor, the first recipient of the SAG Life Achievement Award in 1963, had hits on Billboard charts that pre-dated the Hot 100, as did Bob Hope (the 1966 recipient), Pearl Bailey (1977), Danny Kaye (1983) and Kelly (1989). But none of them ever reached the Hot 100.

  6. 2. Feb. 2024 · After several auditions, Shore became a vocalist at the WNEW radio station, where she sang with Frank Sinatra. Her talents were eventually noticed by well-known American performer Eddie Cantor. Through Cantor’s help and encouragement, Shore recorded her first song “Yes, My Darling Daughter” with Bluebird Records. This became ...

  7. 31. Jan. 2024 · von Erich Ebert (als Eddie Cantor) in Hollywood-Kantine (1944) [Synchro (1978)] Werbung Die Besetzungsangaben basieren auf unterschiedlichen Quellen und bieten insbesondere vor der Erstaufführung keinerlei Garantie auf Vollständigkeit oder Korrektheit.