Belle Baker and Fanny Brice were still around in the 50's -Mickey
From: Steve Ramm
Sent: Wednesday, October 03, 2018 1:00 PM
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Subject: [ARSCLIST] 1950s- 60s Commediiuenes (was Another question to you)
Ruth Wallis (The Dinghy) and Rusty Warren (Knockers Up!) but no Belle
Never thought of Abbe Lane as a comedienne . More a singer with Cugat.
Also check with the Paley Library for TV footage.
(I changed subject line so the thread is more defined)Steve
In a message dated 10/3/2018 12:57:22 PM Eastern Standard Time,
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I have another research question. I am involved with a project looking atthe
full history of female Jewish comedians. I am looking for
visuals...anyephemera...and yes, audio on any of the following artists. Any
lead wouldbe more than helpful. Because many of them were on small labels
thatdrifted into obscurity, there is very little good stuff available and
weare looking at putting together a book/CD and museum exhibit as a result
The artists we are focusing on (some of them we have more ephemera
Abby Holman c. 1929> Sophie Tucker c. 1929 & 1950s> Mae Questel/Betty Boop
c. 1940s & 1960s> Ruth Wallis c 1950s> Sadie Banks c 1950s> Abbe Lane c.
1950s-1960s> Frances Faye c. 1959> Jean Carroll c. 1960> Selma Diamond>
Rusty Warren c 1960s> Patsy Abbott c.1963> Betty Ross c. 1963> Gertrude Berg
c.1965> Totie Fields c. 1969>
THANKS FOR READING!