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Eddie Cantor Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

EDDIE CANTOR
Born: January 31, 1892 in New York City, New York
Died: October 10, 1964 in Beverly Hills, California
Biography | show moreshow less
Eddie Cantor (1892-1964), didn't truly hit the big time until he was hired for Ziegfeld's Midnight Frolics in 1916. He stayed with the Ziegfeld Follies throughout the 1920s. In addition to his expertly timed comic patter, often appearing in black-face, Cantor achieved fame by introducing such songs as "If You Knew Susie," "Dinah," "Makin' Whoopee" and of course, "Ida," a paean to his wife of 49 years, Ida Tobias. He performed inexhaustible work on behalf of dozens of charities, most prominently the March of Dimes, and regularly put his career on the line on behalf of various actors unions' activities.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1947-Meet-Mr.-Mischief (Performer), 1944-Show-Business (Performer), 1937-Ali-Baba-Goes-to-Town (Performer), 1930-Whoopee! (Performer), 1930-Insurance (Performer), 1931-Mr.-Lemon-of-Orange (Writer), 1944-Show-Business (Producer), 1944-Show-Business (in person), 1959-Startime (in person), 1959-You-Asked-for-It (in person), 1955-The-Eddie-Cantor-Comedy-Theater (in person), 1953-This-Is-Your-Life (in person), 1953-Be-What-You-Want (in person), 1948-The-Friendship-Train (in person), 1979-The-31st-Annual-Emmy-Awards (Other), 1991-Curly-Sue (Sound), 1948-Screen-Snapshots-9860:-Hollywood-Friars-Honor-George-Jessel (in person), 1935-Billboard-Frolics (Sound), 1990-Gremlins-2:-The-New-Batch (Sound), 1997-American-Masters (Other), 1984-The-Great-Standups (Other), 1951-World's-Middleweight-Championship:-Sugar-Ray-Robinson-vs.-Randy (in person), 2004-Broadway:-The-American-Musical (Other), 1956-Playhouse-90 (Performer), 1953-The-Eddie-Cantor-Story (Performer), 1948-If-You-Knew-Susie (Performer), 1940-Forty-Little-Mothers (Performer), 1936-Strike-Me-Pink (Performer), 1934-Kid-Millions (Performer), 1932-The-Kid-from-Spain (Performer), 1948-If-You-Knew-Susie (Producer), 1959-The-Linkletter-Show (in person), 1952-1957-What's-My-Line (in person), 1956-Playhouse-90 (in person), 1956-Climax! (in person), 1952-1955-The-Ed-Sullivan-Show (in person), 1950-1954-The-Colgate-Comedy-Hour (in person), 1952-Screen-Snapshots:-Memorial-to-Al-Jolson (in person), 1952-The-Kate-Smith-Evening-Hour (in person), 1945-Screen-Snapshots-Series-25,-No.-2:-Radio-Shows (in person), 1937-The-March-of-Time-Volume-IV,-Issue-5 (in person), 1929-A-Ziegfeld-Midnight-Frolic (in person), 2009-Hollywood-Singing-and-Dancing:-A-Musical-History---The-1930s: (Sound), 1990-Men-Don't-Leave (Sound), 1929-Finding-His-Voice (Sound), 1990-Tiny-Toon-Adventures (Sound), 1951-All-Star-Revue (Performer), 1951-1956-The-Milton-Berle-Show (in person), 1996-Space-Jam (Sound), 1991-Rover-Dangerfield (Sound), 1935-Devil-Dogs-of-the-Air (Sound), 1994-Bullets-Over-Broadway (Sound), 1923-A-Few-Moments-with-Eddie-Cantor,-Star-of-'Kid-Boots' (Sound), 1923-A-Few-Moments-with-Eddie-Cantor,-Star-of-'Kid-Boots' (in person), 2009-Hollywood-Singing-and-Dancing:-A-Musical-History---The-1930s: (Other), 1961-The-DuPont-Show-of-the-Week (Other), 1953-The-Jack-Benny-Program (Performer), 1943-Thank-Your-Lucky-Stars (Performer), 1945-Ziegfeld-Follies (Writer), 1930-Caught-Short (Writer), 1959-Sunday-Showcase (in person), 1958-The-Eddie-Fisher-Show (in person), 1957-The-Big-Record (in person), 1952-The-Story-of-Will-Rogers (in person), 1949-Screen-Snapshots:-Hollywood's-Happy-Homes (in person), 1946-American-Creed (in person), 1944-Hollywood-Canteen (in person), 1930-Screen-Snapshots-Series-10,-No.-3 (in person), 1930-Screen-Snapshots-Series-9,-No.-23 (in person), 1930-Getting-a-Ticket (in person), 1922-Starland-Review-No.-4 (in person), 1922-The-Starland-Review (in person), 2011-The-Looney-Tunes-Show (Sound), 1996-2001-Biography (Other), 1965-Hollywood-My-Home-Town (Other), 2013-19th-Annual-Screen-Actors-Guild-Awards (Other), 1998-Hollywoodism:-Jews,-Movies-and-the-American-Dream (Other), 1941-Minstrel-Days (Other), 2009-The-Boys:-The-Sherman-Brothers'-Story (Sound), 1939-The-Bear-That-Couldn't-Sleep (Sound), 2003-Looney-Tunes:-Back-in-Action (Sound), 1975-Brother-Can-You-Spare-a-Dime (Sound), 1975-Brother-Can-You-Spare-a-Dime (Other), 1992-Legends-of-Comedy (Other), 1956-Matinee-Theatre (Performer), 1951-1953-All-Star-Revue (Performer), 1933-Roman-Scandals (Performer), 1931-Palmy-Days (Performer), 1927-Special-Delivery (Performer), 1926-Kid-Boots (Performer), 1931-Palmy-Days (Writer), 1927-Special-Delivery (Writer), 1927-Special-Delivery (Producer), 1957-The-Jackie-Gleason-Show (in person), 1956-Person-to-Person (in person), 1953-The-Dennis-Day-Show (in person), 1936-Screen-Snapshots-Series-15,-No.-5 (in person), 1934-The-Hollywood-Gad-About (in person), 1932/II-Screen-Snapshots (in person), 1930-Screen-Snapshots-Series-9,-No.-18 (in person), 1929-Glorifying-the-American-Girl (in person), 1929-That-Party-in-Person (in person), 2003-2005-Great-Performances (Other), 1967-Bonnie-and-Clyde (Sound), 1947-Big-Time-Revue (Sound), 2005-Cinderella-Man (Sound), 1974-Blazing-Saddles (Sound), 1993-Animaniacs (Sound), 1988-Daffy-Duck's-Quackbusters (Sound), 2010-Lost-Boys:-The-Thirst (Sound), 1988-The-1930's:-Music,-Memories-&-Milestones (Other), 1953-Yesterday-and-Today (Other), 1941-The-Great-American-Broadcast (Other), Boardwalk-Empire (Sound), 2007-2009-The-Angry-Video-Game-Nerd (Sound), 2008-Hollywood-Singing-and-Dancing:-A-Musical-History---The-1920s:-The (Sound), 1994-Entertaining-the-Troops (Other), 1974-Fred-Astaire-Salutes-the-Fox-Musicals (Other)
Theater Credits | show moreshow less
Nellie-Bly - Production (January 21, 1946 - March 2, 1946), Banjo-Eyes - Performer (December 25, 1941 - April 12, 1942), Eddie-Cantor-at-The-Palace - Performer (October 31, 1931 - Closing date unknown), Earl-Carroll's-Sketch-Book-[1929] - Other (July 1, 1929 - June 7, 1930), Whoopee! - Performer (December 4, 1928 - November 23, 1929), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1927 - Performer (August 16, 1927 - January 7, 1928), Kid-Boots - Performer (December 31, 1923 - March 21, 1925), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1923 - Other (October 20, 1923 - May 10, 1924), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1923-[Summer-Edition] - Performer (June 25, 1923 - September 15, 1923), Make-It-Snappy - Performer (April 13, 1922 - July 1, 1922), Broadway-Brevities-of-1920 - Performer (September 29, 1920 - December 18, 1920), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1920 - Performer (June 22, 1920 - October 16, 1920), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1919 - Performer (June 16, 1919 - December 6, 1919), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1918 - Performer (June 18, 1918 - Closing date unknown), Ziegfeld-Follies-of-1917 - Performer (June 12, 1917 - September 4, 1917)

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