Leo Robin

EASY LIVING THEATRE

SONGS THE WORKS CO-WRITERS
"Cuddlesome Baby" (aka "I Want to Cuddle Some?") Dance of Life (aka Burlesque) Sam Coslow (M); Richard A. Whiting (M)
"Flippity Flop" Dance of Life (aka Burlesque) Sam Coslow (M); Richard A. Whiting (M)
"I Want to Cuddle Some" (aka "Cuddlesome Baby") Dance of Life (aka Burlesque) Sam Coslow (M); Richard A. Whiting (M)
"King of Jazzmania" Dance of Life (aka Burlesque) Sam Coslow (M); Richard A. Whiting (M)
"Ladies of the Dance" Dance of Life (aka Burlesque) Sam Coslow (M); Richard A. Whiting (M)
"Mightiest Matador, The" Dance of Life (aka Burlesque) Richard A. Whiting (M); Sam Coslow (M)
"True Blue Lou" Dance of Life (aka Burlesque) Sam Coslow (M); Richard A. Whiting (M)


Howard Conrad singing, off-screen, "Ladies of the Dance" during a fashion show at the Ziegfeld Theatre in the 1929 film The Dance of Life
Marjorie Kane singing, off-screen, "Flippity Flop," danced by Hal Skelly and chorus girls in the finale at the Ziegfeld Theatre in the 1929 film The Dance of Life
Melodramatic scene with the sentimental tune "True Blue Lou," sung by Hal Skelly
Nancy Carroll singing "Cuddlesome Baby" in the 1929 film The Dance of Life, the first film adaptation of the popular Broadway play Burlesque and shot at Paramount's Astoria Studios in Astoria, Queens





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