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William Gaxton Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles

WILLIAM GAXTON
Born: December 2, 1890 in San Francisco, California
Died: February 2, 1963 in New York City, New York
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Vaudeville and Broadway performer William Gaxton (1893-1963) was more prominent on stage than in film, starring in such musical hits as A Connecticut Yankee (1927-1928), Anything Goes (1934-1935) and Louisiana Purchase (1940-1941). He also had important roles in 8 films, beginning with the W. C. Fields silent It's the Old Army Game (1926) and concluding with Diamond Horseshow (1945). In The Heat's On (1943), he played a theatrical producer in love with his star, played by Mae West.
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Theater Credits | show moreshow less
Nellie-Bly - Performer (January 21, 1946 - February 2, 1946), Hollywood-Pinafore - Performer (May 31, 1945 - July 14, 1945), Keep-'em-Laughing - Performer (April 24, 1942 - May 28, 1942), Louisiana-Purchase - Performer (May 28, 1940 - June 14, 1941), Leave-It-to-Me! - Performer (November 9, 1938 - July 15, 1939), White-Horse-Inn - Performer (October 1, 1936 - April 10, 1937), Anything-Goes - Performer (November 21, 1934 - November 16, 1935), Let-'Em-Eat-Cake - Performer (October 21, 1933 - January 6, 1934), Of-Thee-I-Sing - Performer (May 15, 1933 - June 10, 1933), Of-Thee-I-Sing - Performer (December 26, 1931 - January 14, 1933), Fifty-Million-Frenchmen - Performer (November 27, 1929 - July 5, 1930), A-Connecticut-Yankee - Performer (November 3, 1927 - October 27, 1928), Music-Box-Revue-[1922-23] - Performer (October 23, 1922 - August 4, 1923)

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