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1. Tillman had current information on the airport vaudeville.
2. The music-hall and vaudeville were transitional as really was all nineteenth-century popular culture.
3. Which is why in the vaudeville days they sometimes used a hook.
4. After starting out in vaudeville shows, Burns rose to fame with his wife in radio and television programs.
5. He had had a piece rejected at the Vaudeville.
6. Keaton was born into a vaudeville family in 1895.
7. After leaving the Navy, Benny returned to vaudeville.
8. The room was decorated with pictures of vaudeville celebrities.
9. The most popular vaudeville (variety stage) artists of the day, including Harry Houdini, performed at the Hippodrome during its heyday.
10. Vaudeville shows presented short plays , singers , comedians who made people laugh and other acts.
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11. In 1901, he broke out of vaudeville and set his sights on Broadway.
12. In 1925 Burns met the vaudeville actress Grace ( Gracie ) Allen, whom he married the following year.
13. The standard length of a vaudeville act was 12 minutes.
14. The phrase "Jim Crow" was drawn from a stock character in "minstrel" (vaudeville) shows of the time, in which a white singer and actor would put on black makeup to look like a black man.
15. The mayor talk like a vaudeville comedian in his public address.
16. After its closing on Dec. 9, 1906, it soon reopened as the Empire, a vaudeville and movie house.
17. What used to be like the Old Vic has become the vaudeville of Thatcherism Undone.
18. Though his banner read burlesque, he occasionally dabbled in slightly more legitimate vaudeville fare.
19. You could have set Greenwich Mean Time by the great vaudeville comedians.
20. In 1915, Eubie teamed with an ambitious young entrepreneur, Noble Sissle, for vaudeville appearances.
21. A more fundamental objection has been that music-hall and vaudeville were essentially controlled by showmen who were of course entrepreneurs.
22. The piano player for the theater was a former vaudeville performer named Cora Salisbury.
23. Target girl is a term sometimes used in circus and vaudeville to denote a female assistant in "impalement" acts such as knife throwing, archery or sharpshooting.
24. He stole the spotlight, one reporter wrote, "with the studied nonchalance of an old vaudeville trouper."
25. He was adopted in infancy by millionaire Reed Albee, the son of a famous vaudeville producer who introduced Edward to the theater at an early age.
26. Tell her you're abdul abdullah who used to be a mind reader in vaudeville.
27. Do you know the names of any other stars from that vaudeville era?
28. Amy Chua lives in New Haven, Conn., in an imposing mock-Tudor mansion — complete with gargoyles — that was built in the 1920s for a vaudeville impresario.
29. Mr. Anderson, a former magazine publisher, took over the TED conference from its founder, Richard Saul Wurman, a graphic designer who presided over the stage like a vaudeville showman.
30. The earliest version of the genre was heavily tied to the local medicine show and vaudeville traditions, lasting well into the late '30s.
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