Vaudeville was made of comedians, singers, plate-spinners, ventriloquists, dancers, musicians, acrobats, animal trainers, and anyone who could keep an audience’s interest for more than three minutes. Beginning in the 1880s and through the 1920s, vaudeville was home to more than 25,000 performers, and was the most popular form of entertainment in America. From the local small-town stage to New York’s Palace Theater, vaudeville was an essential part of every community.
Rentaro Mikuni (1923 - 2013)
Baroque - three musketeers movie - Milla Jovovich
Wicked's broadway poster.
*AUNTIE EM ~ Played by: CLARA BLANDICK, in The Wizard of OZ, 1939. Picture taken 1903, Born: June 4, 1880, Hong Kong, China, Died: April 15, 1962 (aged 81), Hollywood, California, U.S., Cause of death: Suicide, Resting place: Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery, Occupation: Actress, Years active: 1900-1951. Spouse(s): Staunton Elliott (m. 1905-1912, divorced).
McQueen, Masks, Hidden Identity, Secrecy, Espionage, Creation, Dark Clash
Buster Keaton (1895-1966) Scene from the film ‘The Navigator’. 1924
"I'd just simply get in my father's way all the time," Keaton said, "and get kicked all over the stage. But we always managed to get around the [child ...